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Friday, October 26, 2012

Chez Boris

This is my first experience with Russian doughnuts at Chez Boris, I can tell you that these small doughnuts are delicious, fresh out of the fryer, light, soft on the inside, crunchy outside. There is nothing to complain about considering the doughnuts cost a mere $6 for a dozen. Do the math, that's a sweet deal. 

Not only this place serves doughnuts, it also makes beignewiches (short for doughnut sandwiches). We basically ordered all the beignewiches in the chalkboard menu. All of them has a well-balanced flavour and texture. Hard to pick the best ones as all of them taste so good. These little beignewiches cost $5 for large, and $3, the small ones. The drinks complement with the doughnuts. Some of us had the apple cider - comforting and refreshing with a nice hint of spices. 

Smoked Salmon and Sour Cream Beignewich
Chicken, Bacon and Tomato Beignewich
Beetroot, Goat Cheese, Walnut Beignewich
Pork Belly and Hoisin Sauce
Egg, Bacon and Mozzarella Beignewich
Dozen Doughnuts - Sugar, Cinnamon & Cloves, and Choco-Cream

Chez Boris
5151 av. du Parc
Montreal, QC
514-900-1965
http://www.chezboris.ca/
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