Baguette Brochette (aka BB) is set to open its second location on September 4 in Saint-Henri.
When it first opened in the Plateau in September 2019, BB brought a taste of Africa to the streets of Montreal, using recipes and spice mixes from the Ivory Coast mixed in with a classic French baguette. BB also brought Montrealers homemade sauces, spices, juices and other Northern African dishes.
They even offer vegan and halal options.
Despite opening less than a year before the start of the pandemic, it has quickly become a Montreal staple for its great food and amazing vibes.
On the second anniversary of the original location opening, the BB team told MTL Blog it's proud to open itsdoors in another one of the city's tastiest neighbourhoods.
"After searching a lot, we thought Saint-Henri would be the best place to have the BB 2," owner Jad Ezzeddine told MTL Blog.
"It is our way to come to you, as you guys always came back to us. And of course, we love to expand and share more African tastes and vibes around Montreal."
Baguette Brochette's 2nd Location
Cuisine: Noth African
Address: 3491, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC (Opening September 4)
Why You Need To Go: If you haven't tried these sandwiches yet, you have no idea what you're missing!
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The ramen here is insanely authentic, using homemade Japanese noodles, Tonkontsu broth and local ingredients! The bowl is stuffed with veggies like chasu, a hard boiled egg, Asian spinach, bean sprouts, and more!