World Nutella Day takes place annually on February 5 and lucky for us, Montreal is home to some seriously drool-worthy chocolate-hazelnut goodies. From Nutella cookies and hot chocolate to milkshakes and more, Montreal has got your Nutella cravings covered.
Here are 7 different ways to celebrate World Nutella Day in Montreal!
Located in the Plateau, this cafe serves up freshly baked Nutella cookies every day of the week. Pop in whenever you can and your Nutella craving is sure to be satisfied. The cookie boasts a sweet, sugar cookie-like taste, it’s rolled in caster sugar, and best of all, it’s absolutely stuffed with Nutella.
Address: 252 Rue Rachel Est
As if Cacao 70’s wide range of chocolate goodies weren’t enticing enough, the restaurant offers several dishes with Nutella on the menu. A must try is the Nutella Ricotta Cheese Pizza topped with Nutella, ricotta cheese, and served with fresh strawberries, bananas, and accompanied by little bowl of melted chocolate. Heaven.
Address: 3485 Park Avenue
Address: 1310, St-Catherine Street East
Address: 929 Avenue Du Mont Royal East
Address: 2087, Ste-catherine Street West
At L’Oeufrier there are plenty of delectable Nutella-laced meals to try. From Lucile aux Nations Unies (bananas, bacon, and Nutella) to L’incroyable Hulk (two eggs, bacon or sausages, half a waffle dressed with peanut butter, Nutella, and bananas) you can’t go wrong.
Address: 350 rue Liège East
Address: 2017 Mount Royal Avenue East
Address: 1441 Amherst
Address: 49 Westminster N
Address: 235 Chabanel West
Address: 4903 Ave. From Parc
Address: 3714 Notre-Dame West
In addition to the decadent hot chocolate made from grandma’s recipe, find an abundance of variations including a creamy, dreamy Nutella-laced hot cocoa. Nutella s’mores milkshakes, pancakes, and fondue are on the menu too!
Address: 377 Laurier Avenue O
Address: 3600 St Laurent Blvd
Address: 1615 St Denis St
Address: 1626 Rue Sainte-Catherine
On rotation on the dessert menu from this classy Italian joint in downtown Montreal, find Nutella cheesecake and Nutella pizza making the occasional appearance. Be sure to order a slice after devouring some of their drool-worthy pasta.
Where: 1434 Rue Crescent
L’Avenue has been a hot spot for brunch in Montreal for several years now. With three different pancake options that include Nutella, there’s really no bad choice here. The Nutella pancakes with caramelized banana, spiced rum, and dark chocolate are a particularly intriguing option, but another option includes the more modest Nutella pancakes with strawberries and whipped cream.
Address: 922 avenue du Mont-Royal Est
Officially called Tella’s Cremiere et Bar A Desserts, this little spot on Beaubien Street has become known for their unbelievable Nutella milkshakes.Similar to C’ChoColat’s freakshakes, Tella’s milkshakes are absolutely massive. Smothered in whipped cream, Nutella drizzle, and plastered with pretzels, you won’t be able to get enough of these sweet and salty treats. If you’re not into milkshakes, Tella’s has plenty of other Nutella treats to try!
Address: 6589 Beaubien