Foie gras is a controversial food. But despite the controversy, there is no denying that foie gras is delicious. And due to the complex process of its production, foie gras is also considered a "luxury food."\nREAD ALSO: All The Fast Food That Won't Taste The Same Because Of Canada's Trans Fat Ban\nThe unique and complex flavour of foie gras hits a primal nerve, while the rich and indulgent texture will make your taste buds light up like Christmas tree lights.\nFoie Gras is like a Louis Vuitton bag, it's a classic French food that will never go out of style.\n@julia0257embedded via\nThat said, all these factors considered, foie gras is not cheap.\nUsually retailing for approximately $50 a pound, according to CNN Money, foie gras is considered "one of the world's priciest foods."\nThat's why Montrealers who love foie gras and classic French cooking will be happy to know that Montreal and "RestoMania" are hosting a city-wide 2nd annual "Duck Fest" this month.\nFrom the 20th-30th of September, the following restaurants will be offering a special appetizer of duck or foie gras and an alcoholic beverage for only $10!\nLe Local\nLa Garde Partagée\nPikéos\nPot Masson\nLe Lab\nLicence IV\nMore restaurants to be announced...\nEverything you need to know:\nWhat: Le DuckFestWhere: Participating restaurantsWhen: September 20th-30th, 2018\nCheck out the official "Le DuckFest" page for more info!