Check out these restaurants sure to spice up your visit to Montreal. From chicken wings that come with a waiver diners need to sign before eating to a disclaimer stating the customer is responsible for the level of spiciness ordered, here are some of Montreal’s spiciest restaurants.
McKibbins Irish Pub
McKibbins Irish Pub takes hot wings to a new level with their Rim Reaper Chicken Wings. These chicken wings are so spicy, if you can manage to eat 12 of them, you will make it on to their wall of fame.
Plus you have to sign a waiver before eating them.
Think you can handle the spice? Be warned, Rim Reaper Chicken Wings are made with the world’s hottest pepper – the infamous bhut jolokia – also known as the ghost pepper.
1426 Bishop St.
Montreal, QC H3G 2E6
+1 (514) 288-1580
3515 St. Laurent
Montreal, QC H2X 2T6
+1 (514) 282-1580
For some authentic Szechuan spice, head over to Cuisine Szechuan.
The Chili Chicken is a popular dish and is known to have more chilies than chicken in it.
There is the usual Chinese fare on the menu as well as some items that you may or may not have seen on a menu before: pig tongue, pig heart, pork ear and braised swamp eel, to name a few.
2350 rue Guy
Montréal, QC H3H 2M1
+1 (514) 933-5041
At Cuisine Bangkok, the food is so spicy, there is a notice posted near the menus that says, “customers assume full responsibility for the level of spiciness they order”.
Cuisine Bangkok also makes some of the best pad thai in the city. Visit them in the third floor food court in Le Faubourg.
1616 Sainte-Catherine Street West
Montreal, QC, Canada
+1 (514) 935-2178
For some seriously good Indian food and some serious spice, head over to Bombay Choupati. Just about everything here is homemade and their fire dosa is sure to please the spice lovers.
Bombay Choupati is also a great place for vegetarians, although there are some meat dishes on the menu.
5011 Boul Des Sources
Pierrefonds, QC H8Y 3E3
+1 (514) 421-3130