The Best Places To Get Macarons In Montreal
These colourful, fun confections come in a never ending list of flavours. I insist you pick up some of these on they way to your friend's barbecue, picnic, or party; dessert game will be strong. Bite size and delicious-- fruity, sweet, or savoury; these crowd pleasing desserts will be sure to satisfy even the most finicky of pallets.
Here are the top spots around the city to pick up these lil treats:
1. Boutique Point G
With 22 signature flavours, a flavour of the day, and seasonal varieties; its no wonder this spot made the list. Some of it's top selling flavours include salted caramel, rosemary-raspberry, and foie gras. You can also pick up these bad boys at Godiva counters and stands around the city.
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2. M Cafe
Just a few steps away from Concordia University, or some downtown shopping; M Cafe offers a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, along with a wide variety of pastries and desserts. Among these coveted desserts are their famous macarons. Some of their top selling flavours include double chocolate, apple-cinnamon, and pistachio.
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3. Juliette & Chocolat
Rue Ste-Catherine O, 377 Avenue Laurier O, Boul St-Laurent
Famous for it's chocolates, crepes, and waffles; the oversized macaron is a hidden gem at Juliette et Chocolat! Unlike any macaron I've ever seen before, these large sized macarons are roughly the size of four regular sized macarons and come in two flavours: maple, or chocolate-raspberry.
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4. Les Glaceurs
4864 Rue Sherbrooke O, 1245 Rue University, 453 Rue Saint Sulpice
While Les Glaceurs is known primarily for their unique cupcakes, and bilboquet ice cream; their macarons are excellent and should not to be passed up! Some of their top selling flavours: chocolate-hazelnut, crème-brûlée, and lemon.
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5. À La Folie
Previously known as "La Maison Du Macarons", this spot offers a strong line of signature flavours, with unique designs not seen not seen anywhere else. There new "YOLO" line offers a variety of macarons which have then been semi dipped in white, milk, or dark chocolate. Some of their other best selling flavours include: banana-chocolate, strawberry rhubarb, and coconut.
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6. Au Pain Doré
5214 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, 115, av. Atwater,
1415 Rue Peel (and many more)
With a smaller, more classic variety, this spot still serves up some of the freshest macarons everyday. Their staple flavours include: raspberry, espresso, and vanilla bean.
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7. Première Moison
Rue Saint-Ambroise/Atwater Market, 860 Avenue du Mont Royal E (and many more)
With new flavours every season, this spot aims to create flavours that compliment the weather. Some of their favourite flavours for spring/summer include: hibiscus, exotic mango, and green lemon.