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Review: Chez Clo

Chez Clo


You’d think finding a restaurant serving real down-home Quebec cooking would be easy in Montreal, but there are at least 100 times as many sushi shops. Chez Clo is a rare exception, serving up the best Quebecois classics on the island: delicious home-cooked tourtiere du Saguenay, ragout de boulettes, and pouding chomeur. There’s even an assiette québécoise. I’d never tried their poutine, so what better way to celebrate Quebec’s national holiday on June 24 than to head out to Montreal’s gritty Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood for some comfort food.

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