Have you noticed all the great fried chicken options opening up in and around Montreal in the last few years?
Whether you like your fried chicken in a sandwich, wrap, salad, filet, bucket, or poutine, there is no shortage of options.
Fried chicken is enjoyed best with the right side dishes. Consider classic pairings like mashed potatoes and gravy, or opt for coleslaw variations or fries. Don't forget the dipping sauces! From tangy honey mustard to fiery habanero, explore options to complement your taste!
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When it comes to fried chicken, one of the city's must-try places is the Birdhouse on the West Island. Homemade gourmet sauces combine with traditional gravies and dry marinades to give wing lovers mind-blowing flavours. They offer a variety of upscale comfort food, making them the hippest all-you-can-eat spot in town! It's a trendy place to eat fried chicken in a great atmosphere and enjoy tasty cocktails.
1622 Avenue Lincoln, Montréal, H3H 1G9
La Rôtisserie Poulet Bronzé, a Montreal institution since 2007, is renowned for its halal fried chicken. La Rôtisserie Poulet Bronzé, a Montreal institution since 2007, is renowned for its halal fried chicken. With over 1100 reviews on Google and a strong presence on delivery apps, it's an undisputed favourite. Located in the heart of downtown, it offers a fast-food service in a lively neighbourhood, perfect for night owls.
2080 Rue St-Mathieu, Shaughnessy Village, H3H 2J4
By the same renowned owners of Ganadara and Kyodai Izakaya, Chimaek Gana is located near Guy-Concordia. Fried chicken is an important and masterful element of Korean cuisine, and this is exactly what you'll find here. Served traditionally with pickled onions and daikon, you'll have plenty of original choices like truffle, creamy cajun and bul galbi.
1800 Rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, H3J 1M5
1800 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, H3J 1M5
Although both are under the same roof, they offer two completely different atmospheres. Bird Bar is the only restaurant to combine fried chicken and champagne in Montreal's Griffintown, while Henden is a speakeasy located in the basement. Their chicken is natural, free-range and of the highest quality from the Voltigeurs family farm, raised with love and freedom, which is what you'll find on every plate from the Bird Bar. Note that they have gluten-free options in both individual and family formats. Go all out with the poutine with popcorn chicken, jalapeno and fried onions. Pleasure guaranteed.
Mon Ami offers a unique Korean experience with two options: an all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue feast and an express option. This fast-growing franchise has several locations throughout the greater Montreal area. Their passion for Korean fried chicken is reflected in every crisp bite, with years of perfecting sauces and cooking techniques to deliver the best of Korean cuisine.
Located in Outremont, Ahunstic and Plateau Mont-Royal, this restaurant offers buckets, sandwiches and fried chicken poutine. Not only is the chicken excellent, but we also go for their gravy. These are excellent take-out or delivery meals.
Madame Poulet, a family-run chain with locations in Terrebonne, Pointe-Claire and Laval, stands out for its commitment to fresh ingredients and crispy fried chicken. Using only fresh, free-range, antibiotic-free chicken from Quebec, their varied menu offers burgers, tacos, salads and other delights. Generous portions and consistent quality make this a destination of choice for fried chicken lovers. Whether you're looking for juicy chicken fillets or delicious wings, you're sure to find what you're looking for.
If you're in the mood for Korean fried chicken, this is one of the best places to go in Montreal. What's so special about this fried chicken? Well, it's a recipe for double-fried chicken coated in a sticky, spicy, sweet sauce. If you prefer your pieces bone-in or boneless, both options are available. They now have over 5 locations around Montreal.
Open since March 2021, this restaurant quickly won the hearts of Montrealers and has expanded with several branches. They offer an all-Quebec recipe made with quality chicken, juicy, and, yet, crispy on the outside. Their menu includes wraps, combos, sandwiches, poutines, salads and not-to-be-missed side dishes: coleslaw, buttered corn and more.
2660 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal, H1Y 1G7
Mitch Deli offers delicious cuisine featuring fresh, high-quality local produce. Their seasonal menu offers a variety of dishes to tantalize your taste buds. Try their chicken popcorn with honey-lime sauce, or their fried chicken sandwich with piri-piri and herb emulsion.
3873 Boulevard Saint-Martin O, Laval, H7T 1L1
Calì has been offering a selection of dishes, including fried chicken waffles, since opening in 2020 in Laval. Inspired by California and Nashville cuisine, their mission is to provide a memorable dining experience with crispy fried chicken and warm service.
51 Rue Roy E, Montréal, H2W 2S3
Located on the Plateau Mont-Royal, Icehouse, run by Nick Hodges and Nathalie Doucet, has been serving authentic Tex-Mex cuisine since 2011. The atmosphere is reminiscent of a sugar shack, with simple decor created by the owners. The menu features a variety of dishes, including the famous fried chicken, tacos and burritos. A diverse clientele appreciates the casual, festive atmosphere.
1071 Rue St-Urbain, Montréal, H2Z 1Y6
This place is a must in Chinatown, not only for its fried chicken but also to discover the rest of the menu. Excellent Cantonese cuisine to (re) discover. They have a plate of Saigon fried chicken made with their signature recipe and a sandwich served in homemade Hokkaido bread (Japanese milk bread). For those wanting a meatless sandwich, I highly recommend the fried oyster mushroom sandwich with a creamy, tangy Asian coleslaw, a delight.
6704 Rue Clark, Montréal, H2S 3E9
Are you in the mood for Southern comfort food? If so, Dinette Triple Crown is in Mile-Ex and offers a menu you can take to the park right next door to the restaurant. Different combos are available: individual and family (for 4) with fried chicken pieces and (gourmet) sides of the week. Absolutely anything you take from this place will be decadent with more than generous portions.
1933 Rue Ste-Catherine O, Montréal, H3H 1M3
This Taiwanese chain is now present all over the world, including Montreal and Pointe-Claire. Hot Star is renowned for its extra-large chicken... over 30 cm long. Super tender on the inside and crispy on the outside, it's a real delight. Choose the level of spiciness you want, and it's no joke when they say super spicy. Cheese lovers, they offer fried chicken with cheese. Their Korean option is excellent too, mixing spicy with sweet.