Pikolo Espresso Bar - Café Myraide - Café Santropol - Olive + Gourmando
3418 B Ave. du Parc - The McGill Ghetto
They drip the tea and must use real vanilla. Best tea latté I've ever had.
Drink of Choice: Low fat London Fog
1432 Rue Mckay - Ste. Catherine
Hands down the most delicious café latté I've ever had the pleasure of drinking
Drink of Choice: Soya Café Latté
3990 St. Urbain - The Plateau, mile end
The best healthy packed sandwich I've had in Montreal with a beautiful backyard terrace
Routine Meal: The Sweet Root Sandwich (vegan option) with added cucumbers.
Drink of Choice: Black current tea (they always have a little strawberry or fruit goody in your tea cup)
351 St. Paul West - The Old Port
This famous café is always booming and their sandwiches should be enjoyed on numerous occasions
The sandwiches change here so I would recommend always going for a hot sandwich. In my opinion they are even better than the cold sandwiches. They have soup de jour as well.
Le Couteau/ The Knife
4627 Rue Saint-Denis
Montreal, QC, H2J 2L4, Canada
After coming across a post on Kinfolk about Le Couteau I journeyed over to discover for myself if the café lived up to it's review. I was a little worried that I would have to order in french seeing it was past mile end but fortunately after I attempted to order a "Café latté avec soy" the cashier laughed and conversed with me in english as though it were easier for him too (phewf) I waited for my soy latté while chatting with the lovely employees and nearly fell over when I took the first sip. The latté was by far the best one I had ever had and I highly encourage you to devote an afternoon to taking a stroll through the plateau and ending up at the fantastic new café.
Drink of Choice: soy latté