Written by Kevin Horng on 09.04.15

Last Saturday was the opening weekend for the Le Cheese x Montreall.com Cabane a Sucre. If you woke up Saturday morning thinking about going to a cabane a sucre without travelling an hour out of town to get it, then we’ve got you covered.

Photo: Michele Lawee (@michielauren)

If you haven’t heard yet, we partnered up with Le Cheese to bring you the Cabane a Sucre experience a little closer to home. In the heart of the Monkland Village in NDG, Le Cheese is offering up a full festive menu for that Cabane a Sucre experience. Be sure to call in advance to reserve a spot! For now, enjoy some photos of the food that was served last weekend.

Photo: Kevin Horng (@keveatsmtl)

The service started off with maple-candied bacon, creton, and pickled gherkins, accompanied by a basket of fresh toast. It was a chilly morning as the snow fell (will it ever end?), which made the ham bone pea soup perfect for the occasion. Next up was the maple bean poutine, a twist of two classic Quebecois traditions. This was only the beginning.

Photo: Kevin Horng (@keveatsmtl)

For the main course, a reconstructed croque monsieur consisting of deep fried challah bread, slow cooked maple ham, a flurry of cheeses, and an egg served sunny side up to top it all off. Don’t forget to add some maple syrup for that extra sweetness! Last, for dessert: stacks of pancakes topped with whipped cream and maple syrup to your heart’s content.

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We guarantee that you are going to leave feeling good, especially when you taste the maple taffy served on snow. The maple taffy was definitely the cherry on top.

Don’t forget to reserve your spot here.

5976 Av de Monkland, Montréal, QC H4A 1G8
(514) 487-3316

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