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Montreal Food & Travel Guide: Now on Kindle!

Laura Siciliano-Rosen December 7, 2013

Montreal Food and Travel Guide on KindleWe are happy to announce the release of our fifth destination guide on Kindle: the Montréal Food & Travel Guide. Canada’s second-largest city is best known for poutine and smoked meat, but this guide goes far beyond that to point readers to the most regional of Québécois foods, the French-bistro classics, the local microbrews, even the trendy cuisine de terroir restaurants. And we tell you how to eat and drink all of it in five days (bonus itinerary!), plus give recommendations for burning it off and where to stay.

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Like our Amsterdam, London, Delhi, and New York guides, it’s conveniently downloadable to your Kindle, smartphone, or tablet for just $3.99.

About the Montréal Food & Travel Guide: “French-Canadian Montréal boasts an overflowing cornucopia of good food and drink, but how to navigate its eclectic mix of old and new? From the iconic luncheonettes and 24-hour poutine diners to the celebrated foie gras temples and innovative microbreweries, this engaging guide from Eat Your World shows you the way, covering the vibrant, cosmopolitan city’s most unmissable foods and drinks. Beloved classics like smoked meat and bagels? Check. Regional Québécois dishes (tourtières, fèves au lard, pouding chômeur)? Of course. Favorite bistro standards? Absolument! EYW wants you to know all of these dishes and more for a true taste of Montréal’s fascinating culture, past and present. So grab this guide, hop on a bike, and follow the locals from upscale restaurant to dive bar: It’s time to eat Montréal.”

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