Have you noticed that in to Montreal and its environs in the last year?! We do and present you our favorites!
Do you love fried chicken at any time of the day or night?! If yes, Their various branches are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. to satisfy your desires ! Salty, sweet or sweet-salty options also In stock. They offer rolls, hamburgers, chicken pieces (with or without waffles) and fried chicken poutine. There are so many options, it’s hard to resist choose only one!
Even in spite of Two brands under one roof They offer two atmospheres fully another. The Bird Bar is the only restaurant which combines fried chicken and in Champagne in Griffintown Montreal, while Henden is a speakeasy located in the basement. Them natural chicken, grew up free and quality from the Voltigeurs family farm students freely and with love, this is what you will find in each of your dishes from the Bird Bar. Please note that they there are gluten-free options for both individual and family sizes. Try the chicken poutine with popcorn, jalapenos and fried onions. Satisfaction guaranteed!
Located in Utremont, this fried chicken restaurant serves buckets and sandwiches of fried chicken. Enjoy their specially designed chef burger right now Anita Fengproject author I HAVE A HAIR DRYER. She presents a recipe that includes an XL piece of fried chicken with Sichuan pepper mayonnaise, soy pickled cucumber, kimchi and chili oil. In addition, $1 per hamburger sold will be donated to Montreal’s Chinese Hospital. Eating well while supporting a good cause is another reason to go there!
Olivia’s real chicken
If you want to try Korean style fried chicken, this is one of the best places in Montreal! What’s special about it this fried chicken? Actually, This is a double fried chicken recipe topped with a sticky, spicy and sweet sauce. If you prefer boneless or boneless cuts, both options also proposed. Currently on Somerled they are opening a new branch in Quartier Dix-30 very soon!
Open since March 2021, this restaurant on Wellington in Verdun is already very popular due to lines every day. Demand is so strong that they have already announced branches in Mile End and Laval. They offer a Quebec recipe made entirely with quality, juicy and but being crispy on the outside. Several sandwich recipes are on discover including Honey Jack, made with spicy honey-red fried chicken wings, creamy coleslaw, pickles and honey mustard sauce (pictured). Otherwise, you can take combos and family boxes of fried chicken or tender chicken. The service inside is fast but we recommend that you go therego beyond rush hour!
French fries Bucky Rooster
This restaurant, located in the heart of Saint-Henri, was opened, among other things, by two chefs who ownArthurs Nosh Bar. The expectations of the fans were high and they lived up to them brilliantly. Everything is completely homemade, even the sauces (Nosh, Buffalo, brown or sweet mango) and the honey that accompanies the fried chicken! The potato bread is also to die for, it’s so delicious! They also offer buckets of chunks, chicken wings, and chicken strips. Also choose one of their delicious sandwiches, including a vegetarian option!
Newly opened in Laval, they serve breakfast all day long with waffles topped with fried chicken with a sweet and savory sauce. They draw inspiration from Californian and Nashville cuisine, giving their recipes a little spiciness! This restaurant has generated a lot of interest on social media and is very popular, so we advise you to be patient when you go there. Rest assured, the food is worth the wait!
Restaurant Dobe and Andy
This place is a must in Chinatown, not only for its fried chicken, but also because you can discover everything else on the menu. Great Cantonese food to (re)discover! They have a plate of Saigon style fried chicken made to their signature recipe and a sandwich served in homemade Hokkaido bread (Japanese milk bread). For those who want a meat-free sandwich, I highly recommend the grilled oyster mushroom sandwich with creamy and spicy Asian coleslaw, delicious!
At Mile-End, look for Bibiko, a Korean restaurant meaning bibi (bibimbap) and ko (community). Try their plate of Korean fried chicken, kimchi rice, homemade coleslaw and lettuce. For spice lovers, you can add homemade sauce to the bowl! Otherwise, try their Korean fried chicken burger (dark meat), egg bun, homemade coleslaw and lettuce. Plus, they make their breading completely gluten-free! All sauces are homemade.
Triple Crown Dining Room
Do you want to discover the comfort food of the southern United States? If so, Dinette Triple Crown is in Mile-Ex and it has a menu you can take to the park right next to the restaurant. Various combinations are available: individual and family (for 4 people) with fried chicken pieces and side dishes (gourmet) of the week. Absolutely everything you take from this place will be decadent with more than generous portions!
Hot Star Montreal
This network straight from Taiwan is now available all over the world, including Montreal! Hot Star is known for its very large chicks… over 30 cm long! Very tender on the inside and crispy on the outside, it’s a real treat. Choose the level of spiciness you desire and it’s not a joke to say it’s very spicy! For cheese lovers, we offer fried chicken with cheese! Their Korean version is great too, mixing hot and sweet. This is the perfect snack while walking around Sainte-Catherine!
So Montreal and the surrounding area is full of fried chicken options, but there is so much more to discover! What is your favorite place?