Thursday, October 15, 2009

Montreal French Fries in West Bridgewater Closes

A roadside restaurant south of Boston that was known for its Quebec-style poutine has apparently closed its doors. According to posters on both Yelp and Chowhound, Montreal French Fries in West Bridgewater is no longer in business. A check on the restaurant's website shows that it is no longer running, and its phone is no longer in service.

Montreal French Fries was a snack shack located on Route 106 (just west of the Route 24 intersection) that featured hot dogs and hamburgers, as well as poutine, which is a plate of French fries covered in dark gravy and cheese curds. Corn dogs were also served at the dining spot, and the burgers could be ordered with Montreal spice.

There is no information at the present time about what, if anything, might move into the spot where Montreal French Fries used to be. [November 29 update: It does look like a new restaurant is going into the old Montreal French Fries spot. Also, an earlier note on the restaurant's website (which is now down) indicated that the owner of Montreal French Fries may be behind the new place. We will continue to post updates as we get them, so keep checking back.]

If you would like to read an old review on the restaurant, please go to the Boston's Hidden Restaurants link below:

Early Summer Food Trip South of Boston

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Blogger Heidi said...

That is so sad! They were recently featured on Phantom Gourmet and the poutine was SO good!

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