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A Montreal Restaurant Serves Tartare In Cones Like Ice Cream & It's Total Seafood Porn

You can also get your tartare in a coconut shell.

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A Montreal Restaurant Serves Tartare In Cones Like Ice-Cream & It's Total Seafood Porn

Forget ice cream! You can get fish tartare served in cones at this Montreal restaurant and it's truly a seafood lover's paradise.

Fish Bone, which describes itself as "Modern Coastal cuisine \ Your nautical escape" on Facebook, opened in Old Montreal in 2019, replacing Tapas 24. In fact, you may remember Fish Bone as the place where several Habs players' girlfriends rang in the new year in 2020.

But, in addition to being a glamorous hot spot, Fish Bone also has a creative menu full of delicious seafood items served in unique and unexpected ways. The quartet of four tartare cones — one lobster, one hamachi, one salmon and one tuna — is just one of them.

Another example is the salmon tartare with truffle oil and avocado, which is served atop a coconut shell.

The Maldives Salad is a heaping pile of colour and texture including cabbage, crispy wontons, edamame, tofu, shishito peppers and "sweet angel moon" dressing.

Order the ahi tuna burger and you'll get your tuna with crispy seaweed, avocado, cucumber, jalapeno, and tosazu dressing on a fried Chinese bun that looks an awful lot like a hamburger bun. You'll also get a side of french fries.

If you're a true seafood lover then you are undoubtedly drooling right now — especially if you have a thing for raw bars — so here's the information you've been waiting for: Fish Bone is open Tuesday to Sunday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

You can make reservations on OpenTable.

Fish Bone

Price: 💸💸💸

Cuisine: Modern coastal

Address: 420, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: A creative menu full of delicious seafood, served in unique and unexpected ways.

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