After checking in with the Road Crew, it was time to grab some dinner. Thanks again to Yelp, I found Dunn’s Famous, a deli that was about the same distance as Pub McLean’s. This place was established in 1927 and is open 24/7. We were lucky that a section of the restaurant opened up, and didn’t have to wait.
Stephen and I decided to each have a bowl of their matzo ball soup, and share their Montreal smoked meat platter, which was a plate of their meat, 4 slices of rye bread, cole slaw, and a pickle. You basically build your own sandwich, rather than getting one made for you.
What’s a Montreal smoked meat? If corned beef and pastrami had a baby, that is what the Montreal smoked meat is. It’s also not boiled but smoked, and the meat is like butter… melted in my mouth. I could have easily eaten more.
Some food that my friends had: