The store offers four styles of churros: the classic (stuffed churros coated in sugar), the Spanish style (thin and long, coated in sugar with an optional dip sauce), Churritos (mini bite-size churros similar to poutine but with churros), and Gorditos (churritos with ice cream on top).
Asked what their most popular churro is, the Radikal Dezzertz team said, "honestly the most popular is so hard to decide. The older generation go for the Spanish and classic styles and the younger generation love the churritos since it’s more of [a] pig out."
If you haven't already checked this place out, then you definitely need to. And if you already have, consider this your reminder to head back (or order on Uber Eats and DoorDash) for another "radikal" experience.
Everyone loves churros — what could be bad about fried choux pastry dough covered in cinnamon sugar and sometimes stuffed with caramel or chocolate? If you're getting hungry just thinking about the popular Latin American treat, then mark your calendar because you now officially have plans at Churros Montreal on Saturday.
To celebrate its 22nd anniversary of operation, Churros Montreal will be selling churros for $1 on June 19.
Possibly the OG delicious churro spot in the city, the churros (and other pastries!) here are fresh, sweet, dense, crisp, and pretty much the most perfect things you might ever put in your mouth. Eat one, and prepare for all the good vibes, friends.
This Longueil cafe is pretty much dedicated to the art of the churro. They serve fresh and tasty churros stuffed with dulce de leche or Nutella, as well as tiny churro-like pastries (called chichis), and churro cakes!
This St. Leonard hotspot serves up gelato, coffee, ice cream, and some of the tastiest churros you'll ever try. They've got the regular variety, and thicker churros, stuffed with things like chocolate and caramel, and coated with chocolate. All the yums.
This Verdun Mexican spot is pretty much heaven for anyone who loves Mexican food. And that includes churros, of course! The churros here are crisp, light, and totally delicious, the perfect dessert or snack, TBH.
Mini crisp and sweet churros served in a caramel dipping sauce? Um, sign me TF up. The only thing better than these sweet treats is probably using a meal from this delicious restaurant as a precursor to the churro euphoria you'll feel the second you eat one of these.
This food truck is pretty much always in the Old Port, and trust, the churros you'll taste from this spot are unlike any other. Perfectly cooked, dense, sweet, and stuffed with some seriously delicious options, the churros here are basically heaven. For extra good vibes, try one of their frozen bananas!
A powerhouse for delicious Mexican food in the downtown area of Montreal, the only thing better than a meal from Escondite would be a dessert from Escondite. Specifically, their sweet, perfectly crisp, bite-sized churros, with supplied chocolate dipping sauce, of course!
Honestly, I don't know what's better: the fresh, doughy, crisp, sweet churro dough, or the fact that it's absolutely filled to the brim with deliciously creamy sweetness. Either way, if you're down for one of the tastiest churros in the whole city, you've got to come to this St. Hubert Street churro haven.
Like, vegetabls would legit spring from the earth already covered in rainbows. I don't care, man. Rainbow all the things. It's beautiful.
And one California churro shop seems to agree with me. The Loop, situated in Westminster, California, makes handcrafed churros. Sometimes they even stick 'em in ice cream.
Although they have a wide variety of churros to enjoy, their most popular (and most beautiful!) has to be their rainbow churros. They're colorful, sugary, and honestly, quite possibly the best dessert you could try.
Friends, there is nothing on this earth better than eating a hot, fresh, crisp, delicious churro. They're awesome, especially when filled with something sweet and creamy, or served up with sweet dipping sauce.
And one Montreal/Longueuil cafe knows exactly how awesome churros are. Chichi Cafe (95 Rue St-Sylvestre), located in Vieux- Longueuil, is all about that churro life.
They've got all the deliciously sweet churros you could possibly want. Their churros are stuffed with Nutella, dulce de leche, or peanut butter.
Chichi Cafe also serves up tinier churros (called chichis) with different types of dip, including Nutella and creamy hot chocolate. They've got tons of other stuff, too (like a churro cake!), and all of it looks freaking amazing.