It's no secret that Montreal has some pretty incredible restaurants. Whether you're looking for classic Canadian street food or the best Japanese tapas, you don't have to look too far. There are tons of restaurants you can easily find have 5-star ratings or even more impressive awards that confirm they truly are as good as you think.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Has A "Mobile Café" That You Need To Locate Right Now\nBut where are the best of the best in the city? The restaurants that have reached "celebrity" status not only by going above and beyond, but by actually be praised on TV.\nTurns out, quite a few of our city favourites have had their spot on a big screen. It honestly looks like Montreal is in the lead when it comes to great eats.\n1. Schwartz's Deli\nShow: You Gotta Eat Here\nKnown best for their traditional smoked meat sandwiches, this deli is actually the oldest in Canada making it not only the best in the city but the best in the country. Check them out for yourself and grab their classic sandwich and fries while you're there.\nWebsite | Episode\n2. Icehouse\nShow: You Gotta Eat Here\nThis southern-styled gem was praised on the show for serving the ultimate fried chicken, not just on a plate, but in an ACTUAL bucket! Needless to say it's obvious why they got their spot on the show.\nFacebook | Episode\n3. Boîte à Fromages\nShow: Eat Street\nNot your average restaurant by any means, this spot is actually a fully decked out food truck that serves some of the most amazing European comfort food you may ever have. The best part? Your order is finished off with a giant heaping of melted cheese straight from a cheese wheel. It's truly magical!\nWebsite | Episode\n4. Chaud Dogs\nShow: Eat Street\nAnother amazing Montreal food truck known for classic eats with an insane spin, this is where you want to go if you're looking for gourmet hot dogs with a twist. There's a few options with this spot but one of the most popular has to be The Wu, a hot dog served with house-made Indonesian chili sauce and topped with crispy chicken.\nWebsite | Episode\n5. Chez Claudette\nShow: You Gotta Eat Here\nProbably known best for their Quebecois comfort food, the Plateau Mont-Royal restaurant not only offers some of the best burgers and poutine in the city but also a really relaxed dining space.\nWebsite | Episode\n6. Leche Desserts\nShow: You Gotta Eat Here\nIf you're looking for out of this world donuts then this is the place to be. From options such as margarita lime donuts to the classic Simpson's pink frosting and sprinkles, you need to go here at least once in your life.\nWebsite | Episode\n7. L'Avenue\nShow: You Gotta Eat Here\nThis is probably the best brunch spot in Montreal. Serving eats like crunchy panko coated french toast, also coated in ham, cheese, and maple syrup, where could you possibly go wrong?!\nFacebook | Episode\n8. Nouveau Palais\nShow: Eat Street\nGourmet burgers are on the menu at this TV famous restaurant. The upscale diner has three different menus packed with goodies such as pizza, fried chicken, and of course their world-famous burgers.\nWebsite | Episode\n9. Super Truck\nShow: Eat Street\nAnother food truck that should definitely be on your list by now, they aren't called "super" for nothing. Out of this world menu items include deep-fried mac n' cheese, crispy pork belly served with green papaya and a chili-lime caramel sauce, and their classic "Super Sandwich" that you'll just have to go try yourself.\nWebsite | Episode\n10. The Main\nShow: You Gotta Eat Here\nAnother spot that makes smoked meat their specialty, you have to go here for the delicious rib-steak-smoked meat! The menu is incredibly bountiful with food for everyone, so you may want to get over there ASAP.\nWebsite | Episode\n11. Pizzeria Napoletana\nShow: You Gotta Eat Here\nPIZZA!! There's no doubt hundreds of pizzeria's across Montreal, but this one may just be the best. The spot has been around since the 1940's, so you know they're serving up the authentic italian favourite. Their tomato sauce and dough is made in-house, making their pizza truly glorious and unique.\nWebsite | Episode\n12. St Viateur Bagel Shop\nShow: Eat Street\nYes, this shop is basicially your initiation into becoming a true Montrealer, but who knew it's been on TV?! Getting your classic bagels here, whether you top them with cream cheese and salmon or with some butter, never felt better now that you know it's officially been declared the best you can get.\nWebsite | Episode\nSo, where will you be going to eat this weekend?\nYou can check out all of these restaurant's TV episodes and more HERE.