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It's hard to visit Montreal without hearing about La Banquise. The restaurant is hardly ever empty, and lines often stretch down the block as an eclectic mix of locals and tourists wait patiently for what are often touted as some of the best poutines — 30 in total on an ever-changing menu — in the city.

Its co-owners, Annie Barsalou and Marc Latendresse, term the spot a "success story." Many of the venue's most popular poutines have come to be through a painstaking process of trial, error and innovation, with the oldest item on the menu holding a particularly special place in Barsalou's heart.

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I don't know about you guys, but natas are pretty much my life. Ever since I first tried them almost ten years ago, I've been legit hooked.

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Alright, if you've been in Montreal for any length of time, then you know one thing: poutine is everywhere.

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Guys, no lie, Portuguese chicken is awesome. There's such a unique flavour and texture to it: crunchy on the outside, moist on the inside, and so, incredibly flavourful.

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I've been giving it some serious thought lately, and I feel pretty confident in the following statement: poutine is life.

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