Antoni Porowski, of Netflix's Queer Eye fame, sat down with The Montreal Gazette last year to talk about his love of Montreal's food diversity, Quebec corn and even where he used to grab his favourite bagel.\nSo if you've ever wondered where the fierce and fabulous Montrealer spent his days before moving to NYC... or where you're most likely to see him when he's back in town, scroll down to see the ten places he loves the most in Montreal.\nREAD ALSO: Tim Horton Menu Items You Didn't Know Were Vegan\nTL;DR Queer Eye star, Antoni Porowski, sat down with La Gazette to talk about his favourite Montreal spots. Here's your guide to Antoni's top cafes, markets and restaurants in the city!\nFrom coffee to bagels and even markets, Antoni bared all when he sat down with La Gazette.\nWe've highlighted all the places he shared his love for in their article including where you can find these spots and what they're best known for.\nCafe Olimpico\nView this post on Instagram freddo flex. A post shared by Café Olimpico (@cafeolimpico) on Jun 19, 2018 at 3:17pm PDT\nKnown for the ultra-authentic Italian coffee and clientele from all walks of life, this Mile End cafe is a must for a perfectly sized iced-Americano\nWhere: 124 Rue St-Viateur & in Old MTL 419 Rue St-Vincent\nStash Café\nView this post on Instagram #handmade #pierogi #fluffypillowsofheaven #polishtradition #nothingbutthebest #pierogies #vareniki #varenyky #dumplings #polishdumplings #oldport #vieuxmtl #oldmtl #vieuxport A post shared by Stash Café (@restaurantstashcafe) on Feb 18, 2018 at 3:47am PST\nIt's no surprise that Mr. Porowski mentioned this Polish staple in Old Montreal. They are famous for their homemade periogi and sausages.\nWhere: 200 rue Saint Paul Ouest\nGarde Manger\nView this post on Instagram Cavatelli. Braised Kamouraska lamb neck. Pecorino Romano. Mint. @lebremner A post shared by LE GARDE-MANGER & LE BREMNER (@crownsalts) on Nov 23, 2018 at 6:40pm PST\nAntoni actually worked at this restaurant with famous chef Chuck Hughes. Try anything braised or dive into one of their many fresh seafood dishes.\nWhere: 408 St François Xavier\nMilos\nView this post on Instagram Kicked off my birthday week with a family dinner at @estiatorio_milos. 🎉💕 . . . #milos #estiatoriomilos #milosmontreal #greek #greekfood #seafood #mtlfoodie #foodie #foodstagram #forkyeah #eeeeeats #montreal #mtl #quebec #canada #fromabove #flatlay #mtlblogger #mtlmoments #mtligers #mtlshot #montrealjetaime #montrealmoments #yul #514 #somontreal #montreall #igersmtl #livemontreal #eatwithmiri A post shared by Miranda📍MTL (@ciaomiranda12) on Sep 10, 2017 at 5:08am PDT\nMilos is a worldwide Mediterranean phenomenon, with their newest restaurant open in New York's new Hudson Yards. Head to the Montreal location for the very best in gourmet Greek.\nWhere: 5357 avenue du Parc\nQueue de Cheval\nView this post on Instagram Butcher block presentation of : 🥩A 75 days dry aged Bone in sirloin, Ontario Prime,RWA 🥩A 60 days dry aged Lou's cut, bone in rib, USDA Prime 🥩A Canadian Wagyu, Ontario black angus Served with smashed potatoes with pork belly, fleur de sel, chives, and truffle oil. Also with grilled oyster mushrooms with splash of olive oil and lemon👌 "Bon vivant "cooking temp : "Charred Rare" 🍖🔥 A post shared by La Queue De Cheval Steakhouse (@queuedechevalsteakhouse) on Mar 15, 2019 at 7:31am PDT\nIf you're craving a steak, look no further than Queue de Cheval in downtown Montreal. They also serve up a tasting menu every Friday with wine pairings.\nWhere: 1181 rue de la Montagne\nAu Pied de Cochon\nView this post on Instagram The meal that took us down !! - •classic dish at @restaurantaupieddecochon foie gras poutine. A must •mapo tofu with foie gras and udon. A touch spicy but I love spice so it’s all good. Chinese and french cooking. My favourite thing to eat •blood sausage boudin, pomme puree and apples •carved table side a special they had that’s prepared on site or at the sugar shack ? I think maybe the maple sauce is from the sugar shack. So rich and delicious •duck carpaccio with parmcheese and soy egg. Mix together and dip it in the warm dashi and bonito. So fun and again love the asian flavours with the french cooking •another classic, duck in a can •slo mo video of the duck in a can. Must watch !! Haha •maple creme brûlée which we then added foie gras too !! Amazing combination •group pic and amazing service and hospitality from the whole team at @restaurantaupieddecochon And @florentfernandez •and from previous posts, you saw that we also enjoyed the foie gras nigiri and tartare tameki 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤 ---------------------------------------------------- #montrealeats #montrealfoodie #montrealpics #montrealnightlife #exploremontreal #montrealstyle #montrealfood #aupieddecochon #pieddecochon #foiegras #asianfusion #asianfusionfood #traveleating #traveleats #travelfoodie #globaleats #travelfoodlove #travelfood #globalfood #mtlbloggers A post shared by Keith Pears 🍐 (@keith_pears) on Mar 14, 2019 at 9:31am PDT\nWhile Antoni did admit to the Gazette that he wasn't above a good "Belle Prov" poutine, we all know he's a real fancy boy. So Au Pied's foie gras poutine topped his list of fave spots to get the regional dish. Honourable mention: Lobster Poutine from Garde Manger, mentioned above.\nWhere: 536 Duluth Est, MontrealCabane à Sucre: 11382 Rang de la Fresnière, St-Benoît de Mirabel\nLa Banquise\nView this post on Instagram #poutine with chicken and peas AKA #LaGalvaude at #labanquise #montreal #foodporn A post shared by Wellington Lee (@superwellington) on Dec 27, 2013 at 7:50pm PST\nLa Banquise also got a shout out for their exceptional gravy. Antoni's personal fave Banquise poutine creation? La Galvaude.\nWhere: 994 rue Rachel est\nJean-Talon Market\nView this post on Instagram Bienvenue sur le compte Instagram officiel du @marchejeantalon 🌶🌽 Partagez avec nous vos découvertes gourmandes du marché avec le #RaconteTonMarché 😊 . . . #marchejeantalon #marchespublicsmtl #publicmarket #jeantalonmarket #mtlmoments #mangerquebec #mangerlocal #eatlocal #supportlocal #marketplace #printemps #spring #produitsfrais #alimentsduquebec #mtlfood #mtlfoodie #mtlfoodies A post shared by Marché Jean-Talon (@marchejeantalon) on May 29, 2018 at 8:33am PDT\nWhen it comes to shopping, everyone in Montreal knows that the open-air magic of Marche Jean-Talon is unbeatable. And apparently, Antoni agrees.\nWhere: 7070 avenue Henri Julien\nMarché Adonis\nView this post on Instagram À faire avant de monter au chalet pour la fin de semaine: passer chez Adonis, l'épicerie aux milles trésors. To do before going to the cottage for the weekend: go to Adonis, the grocery store with a thousand treasures. #marcheadonis #adonis #chalet #cottage #weekend #fds #tgifridays #vendredi #quebec #ontario A post shared by A D O N I S (@marcheadonis) on Feb 10, 2017 at 2:15pm PST\nClearly, our boy is a fan of Mediterranean fare because Marché Adonis is another spot that specializes in the treasures of that region. The owners move to Canada from Lebanon and now have shops in Quebec and Ontario.\nWhere: 2173 rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, 2001 rue Sauvé Ouest & 3100 boulevard Thimens in Montreal. Other locations here.\nSt-Viateur Bagel\n@norma10toriembedded via\nThough he now lives in New York, Antoni had no problem laying down the law and committing his love to the Montreal bagel. Grab a no-frills bagel at their St-V location, or sit down and enjoy an unreal bagel-wich at their cafe-resto on Mont-Royal.\nWhere: 263 rue St-Viateur Ouest & 1127 ave Mont-Royal Est\nIf you'd like to read the full interview La Gazette did before the second season of Queer Eye, head to their site here.\nAnd if you head anywhere on this list, be sure to tag us in your Instagram photos and videos @MTLblog!