st viateur ~ famous bagels of montreal

st viateur bagels

I was recently introduced to a taste sensation ~ Montreal bagels.  But not just any Montreal bagel, the St. Viateur Bagel.

A different breed than their New York cousin, the St. Viateur bagel is boiled in honey water and cooked in a woodfire oven.  From their website:

Each bagel is hand rolled, boiled in honey water, and cooked in a wood fired oven that was designed to both cook and flavour the bagel. What comes out of this process is a chewy, slightly sweet bagel that is incomparable to any other bagel being made today. We have never compromised quality for quantity, and because of this we have a limited amount of bagels that can be produced each day.

A family business and bonafide landmark, their flagship bakery is open 24/7 and makes 1,000 hand rolled bagels per day.  They offer sesame, poppy and plain and ~ yes ~ they ship to the states.

st. viateur bagel montreal

Online ordering is easy, but the minimum is 4 dozen so it’s important to know how to store your delicious bagels.

st viateur bagel shipping

Toasted up and topped with butter and jam, or cream cheese and lox ~ or whatever your heart desires ~ these are definitely worth shipping to your door.  They freeze well and have a sweet, nutty flavor and chewy texture that is truly unique.  Délicieux!

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8 comments on “st viateur ~ famous bagels of montreal

  1. when i win the lottery i will order some

  2. I probably shouldn’t look at their website and find out how much money I won’t have after I order & have them shipped.This is very tempting though. They look and sound divine.

  3. wow… sounds delish. honey water?? thank you for stopping by my blog! :)

  4. omeletta says:

    Honey water!? Yum! That sounds so good (and smart)!

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