Patati Patata friterie de luxe
4177, boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC, H2W 1Y7
Since 1996, Patati Patata has transformed the classics of fast food to give them more taste and character.
|Cuisine Type |||Burgers, Deli, Fast Food, Québécois, Sandwiches|
|Ambiance |||Good For Kids|
|Meals Served |||Lunch|
|Amenities |||Beer & Wine|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Neighbourhood |||Plateau Mont-Royal|
|Getting There |||Mont-Royal Metro then bus 97|
|Cross Street |||Rachel St|
|Monday to Friday, 9AM to 11PM, Saturday and Sunday, 11m to 11PM|
Profile Last Updated: October 24, 2008
Hidden in the heart of the hundreds of businesses on the Main, it’s easy to miss a small restaurant like Patati Patata. Hardly larger than a student’s dorm room, the average sightseer might pass it by, thinking it’s yet another soulless greasy spoon. But that would be a mistake. At Patati Patata, they have been transforming the fast food classics to give them taste and character, since 1996.
Here, the staff bustles to add spices and ingredients to create unique twists of traditional recipes. The restaurant offers dishes such as the patatine, a poutine-like meal with onions, mushrooms, and green peppers, and the Mediterranean burger, made with mint and feta cheese. Vegetarians will love the tofu burger! Add to that crazy names like El Fabulous Club Machin and you will find a restaurant that definitely distinguishes itself from other similar establishments.
Quick and Tasty
Patati Patata is therefore an ideal choice for busy clients, and at any time, since they also serve breakfast! The few tables, the counter, paper placemats and aluminum napkin trays can seem without charm, but the ambience is relaxed and intimate. It’s a pleasant break, especially when time is of the essence or the irresistible urge for a poutine comes over you.