Written by Dahlia Merlo on 21.03.15

Everyone loves the classic cabane a sucre, and if you don’t, you should think about re-evaluating your life choices. Scrambled eggs, pancakes, pork rinds (think: crunchy bacon fat), ham, cretons (pork spread), baked beans, sausage, pudding chomeur (poor man’s pudding – but the taste is anything but poor), and so much more deliciousness.

The classic cabane is usually filled with families and kids, and you have to drive out of Montreal to get to it. All worth it. However, if you’re interested in something a little more low key and close to home, Montreal restaurants are offering their own version of an urban sugar shack for hungry foodies everywhere.

Montreall.com and Le Cheese are partnering up this sugar shack season to feed you classic sugar shack eats with a twist. Ham croque monsieur, maple ham bone soup, creton, maple bean poutine, pancakes, and the classic tire de neige (maple taffy): *drools*. The food is going to be everything you expect from Le Cheese: delicious, comforting, and packed with flavour. Check out the menu here.

The urban cabane is running every weekend for the month of April and will cost $35 a head. You can make reservations here but walk-ins are also accepted (if there’s room, of course).

Get ready for an amazing spread from your friendly neighbourhood eatery and prepare yourself for a major food baby.

Stay tuned for mouthwatering pictures and more exclusive content. If you haven’t made your reservations yet, you won’t be able to resist with what we have in store.

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


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