Our New Favorite Food Trend

Here at Dreams MKTG, we are huge foodies. We love going out and trying new places for dinner, driving to the ends of the city just for the best donuts and we start our days off talking about what we’re going to eat on our lunch break! So, when we heard that two of our favorite worlds were colliding, we couldn’t be more excited! We’re talking about the latest trending food discovery the SUSHI BURRITO!

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The sushirrito (part sushi, part burrito), which is filled with all your favorite sushi roll ingredients, wrapped and served in the form of a burrito, is what we like to call comfort food. Although this trend kicked off in the states, Montreal was not slow in picking up on this successful creation by actually opening up their own spot that makes sushirritos. Moushi, located at 5209 Boulevard Decarie, is a new spot that is now Montreal’s very own sushi burrito restaurant and you don’t want to miss out on their colorful and delicious creations!

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Picture via @healthynibblesandbits

If you’re not in the mood to leave the house, no worries! This delicacy can be easily made in the comfort of your own home with minimal ingredients! We know that everyone has their own preferences when it comes to what they like in their sushi rolls, so whether its grilled chicken, salmon, tuna, crab, avocado and so on, grab all the ingredients you enjoy as well as some sushi rice and roasted sushi seaweed (nori) and let the buritto making begin! Here is the recipe 🙌

Written by Emilie Berbrier

PSA: “Mac N Cheese Week” is coming to Montreal

The Crispy Bacon Mac N Cheese from Taverne Gaspar

@EVERYONE EVERYWHERE IN MONTREAL. Starting Monday, March 7, there will be a food festival dedicated to most amazing of all comfort foods: Mac N Cheese. If you don’t like the sound of that, please stop reading now and go back to warming your frozen tastebuds.

Created by the people at Le Cheese, Montreal’s second annual Mac N Cheese Week will run from March 7-13, and feature delicious and inventive takes on the classic cheesy dish we all know and love.

The list of restaurants participating is over 30 and still growing, so even the most active “Mac N Cheese Hopper” won’t get bored with the offerings. We’re especially excited to try the Lobster Mac N Cheese from Suite 701 and the Bacon Mac N Cheese from Taverne Gaspar.

Here’s an interactive map with all the restaurants participating in Mac N Cheese Week so far. For those interested in taking in the beauty of Old Montreal while stuffing their faces full of cheesy goodness, we planned out a walking tour of five excellent restaurants in Old Port that ends by the water!

The only part about this festival that doesn’t make sense is that its only a week, because Mac N Cheese is the one food that nobody could never get tired of. If you’re a hardcore Mac N Cheese lover and can’t wait a week to get your fix, fan the flames of your excitement by following this Instagram.