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If you know me at all, you know I'm totally obsessed with raw food. If it's safe to eat raw, I'll probably eat it raw, TBH.

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Alright, guys, who here loves comfort food? Well, everyone, obviously. And is there any greater comfort food than fish and chips, in all its crisp, flaky, fried goodness? No. No there is not.

If you think about it, fish and chips is actually the perfect meal - and the best part is that it's great, whenever you're down to eat it. Seriously. Exhausted after a long day of a exploring the city? No problem, get some fish and chips. Feel like celebrating a milestone? Great. Break out the vinegar and go beast. You get the picture; and luckily for us, Montreal has tons of places to enjoy this awesome dish. Don't believe me? Well, friends, prepare to believe. Best Montreal Fish And Chips Restaurants 2016.

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Pâté is one of those foods that's great at any time of the day - breakfast, lunch, second lunch, it doesn't matter. It's a creamy delicious spread that's usually made from cooked ground meat and fat that's been minced into a paste. You can eat it hot or cold, but it's always best when put on some equally delicious freshly baked bread.

While yes, it's typically made with liver meat, which might be too weird for some people to handle, there are other options out there that are made from things like seafood and veggies, so there's something for everyone.

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When people think of Quebecois comfort foods, poutine is usually the first one that comes to mind. However, an equally beloved local offering is pate chinois, or shepherd’s pie, as it’s known in English. The pile of meat, potatoes, corn, and more is just what we need when we’re looking for a satisfyingly filling taste. Thankfully, Montreal has no shortage of places offering a range of takes on the classic dish. Here are Montreal’s Best Shepherd’s Pies.

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