Welcome to Enrico Frank Andreoli’s ‘Montreal For Foodies’ Site
Enrico Frank Andreoli, a Montreal native, is crazy about the cuisine of his hometown. He loves it so much that he has even taken to blogging about it.
In his blogs, Enrico Frank Andreoli will be discussing some of the best restaurants and dishes that the residents of Montreal have enjoyed for years. Of course, the establishments and meals he’ll be blogging about also come with the Andreoli seal of approval and his highest recommendation.
There will be blogs that feature several restaurants and similar institutions, both new and old. Some of these restaurants offer the fine dining experience, while others are beloved sandwicheries. There will also be articles on bistros and bars, and maybe even a bit of hole-in-the-wall establishments.
From the relaxing atmosphere and the creative plates of Hélicoptère to the cozily earthly and surprisingly refined Hoogan et Beaufort, Enrico Frank Andreoli introduces some of the most well-known establishments in Montreal. He also delves into some of the more exotic food establishments such as Alep with its garlic dips, grilled kebabs, and other Eastern-flavored menu items and Montreal Plaza with its whimsically flavorful whelk gratiné with miso butter.
Enrico Frank Andreoli will also be blogging about restaurants helmed by the best chefs in the world such as Marc-André Royal and newer chef Lindsay McLaren of the high-end bistro Le St-Urbain and the dynamic duo of former Toqué chef Luca Cianciulli and partner Maxime Landry, who have since brought their talents to Moccione. Enrico Frank Andreoli will also be writing about chefs who have made their mark in Montreal food history, such as Maison Publique’s legendary Derek Dammann.
With this being a food blog, Enrico Frank Andreoli will naturally be featuring some of the best dishes and perhaps even some recipes for good measure. There will be mouthwatering blogs that explore Montreal’s more famous dishes, such as the (Vegan) Pulled Pork Sandwich at Dépanneur Le Pick Up and the world-renowned Foie Gras Poutine at Au Pied de Cochon.
Indeed, for readers and foodies alike, the blogs on this site will be quite a treat. As for people who have never been to Montreal, Enrico Frank Andreoli mentions that many of his blogs will contain helpful information that may be included in an itinerary or plan should they plan to visit the greatest city in Canada one day.