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Visitor report - Pied de Cochon, Piment Rouge, Schwartz’s

Ginger9 | Dec 2, 201007:31 PM     5

Hello Montreal chowhounders, you have some great restaurants in your city! Just visited from Los Angeles and had three excellent meals at Pied de Cochon, Piment Rouge and Schwartz’s. Favorite dishes from this trip… Duck in a can and foie gras poutine from Pied de Cochon. Gobi style grilled rack of lamb and roasted Chinese pumpkin walnut soup from Piment Rouge. And of course the smoked meat sandwich medium fat with dill pickle from Schwartz’s!

Will be back in Montreal again next year, so want to try other chowhound favorites. What do you recommend besides Pied de Cochon for top local cuisine - Garde Manger a good choice? What about other non-local cuisine restaurants like Piment Rouge that are at top of their food category in Canada/USA - Milos and Ferreira good choices?

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