10.15.2016

2 Montreal Spots with Delicious Comfort Fall Food


I can't help it. With cooler mornings and evenings,  I'm just craving all the soups and all the warm classic comfort food my mom did when I was a child.
Instead of looking for places with big terraces and cocktails, I'm on the lookout for cozy and cute restaurants with anything good that can keep us warm during Fall.
As a Fall lover,  I recently discovered two lovely spots in the city I adored, so grab a friend now and enjoy them!

SoupeSoup, Mile-End
One of my favorite options when it comes to soups in the city recently opened a new spot with the coziest interior design and with a delightful and fresh menu that changes every day, serving delicious soups du jour, salads, sandwiches, desserts, coffee and fresh drinks. This new flagship restaurant is bright, with lots of space and family friendly.
What we had: we tried the special of the day including a beet, carrot and tomato soup with two grilled cheese sandwiches *nom nom* and the classic ham sandwich ciabatta. SoupeSoup offers both hot and cold soups and several desserts as well.
Tip: Try to stop here early to catch all the soups available daily, unfortunately, I only had one option that day, but no worries, I'm coming back for more soon (:






Foiegwa

Foiegwa is one of the latest additions to St-Henri. The much-anticipated spot has brought the ‘upscale French diner’ concept to life with its amazing branding and outstanding meals you’ll adore. Their lunch menu includes plenty of perfectly prepared comfort food, featuring classics like steak frites, beef tartare, and a top-notch onion soup. End your lunch with a sweet treat, their dark chocolate mousse topped with whipped cream is simply superb. You’ll regret it if you don’t have it!
What we had: 
Onion soup and french fries, Croque monsieur, Homemade butter & black truffle spaghetti and finished off with a chocolate mousse
Tip: 
They have a bar license so it’s 18+ only. Also, space is limited, call before to make sure you can get a table.






SoupeSoup

5333 Rue Casgrain #101
Mon - Fri 8am to 6pm
Prince range: $
Kids friendly: yes, absolutely. You'll have a lot of room and high chairs. They don't have changing tables so be prepared.

Foiegwa
3001 Rue Notre Dame Ouest
Mon - Fri 11:30am to 2am / Weekends 5pm to 2am
Price range: $$
Kids friendly: this place is 18+ only, so reserve a babysitter and have a date night. 










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25 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing! Everything looked delicious!

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  2. wow! Ive never been to MNTL yet but Ive been wanting to for so long. waiting for my fiance to move to canada so that we can go on future trips like going to MNTL :D these photos are making me huunnnnnggry!!

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  3. This was a beautiful post. I would love to try one of these restaurants in the future. You captured them in such a lovely way :)

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  4. Your photos are amazing !!I want all that cheesy food in my mouth!! Ree Love30

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  5. Oh my good it all looks so amazing and food looks so delicious and tasty. Thank you so much for your tips :)

    Ally,
    www.inspo-book.blogspot.com

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  6. Everything looks incredible and love the aesthetic of both places too, definitely somewhere I need to visit :)

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  7. Awesome photos. I haven't been to Montreal but it is on my list for 2017 so I'll have to bookmark this for sure.
    xx
    A

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  8. These places all look so delicious I hope I have the chance to visit one day - your photos are gorgeous!

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  9. I am drooling over here. Looks delicious! Thank you for sharing!

    Katie
    RaisingMyArrows.com

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  10. YUM, I was already hungry before finding this post but now I'm starving! lol Everything looks so good!

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  11. Awww I super love cafes like this. Looks so cozy I could stay here for hours. Love your pictures as well :)

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  12. I've been wanting to visit so bad! Gotta check out these posts!

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  13. This look so delicious! I need to visit this place!

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  14. Those places look so cute and the food looks absolutely amazing!

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  15. Beautiful photos! I will have to remember these spots when Im in Montreal.

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  16. You always make me hungry! Will have to check out these places when I'm in the city!

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  17. I have always wanted to go to Montreal! This food looks incredible and your pictures are perfection!

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    1. such beautiful spots! Croque Monsieurs are my favorite! All of this food looked incredible!

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  18. so now I'm basically starving after reading this post! haha I love a good soup when the weather cools down too!

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  19. Thank you for sharing! It all looks wonderful!!!

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  20. I love eating somewhere that creates an entire experiance!

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  21. Oh my goodness, that place looks fabulous and the food looks divine! Gorgeous photos!

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