There are a few
Jewish style delis in Montreal. One of the most famous is Schwartz's also known as a Charcuterie Herbraique,(Jewish Deli.) Schwartz was established in the Mile End section, the Old Jewish Quarter, in 1928, eighty-five years of continuous operation and is one of the most popular in the city. They feature, what is known in Canada, as smoked meat. Travelers from all over the world have eaten here. They have a web site and that alone is worth visiting, www.schwartzsdeli.com
Jamie and I visited in June as part of my search for my roots. Dad would never have eaten here, he left Montreal before they opened, but it is symbolic of his Jewish-Canadian heritage. we ordered two of their famous corned beef sandwiches to go and could not resist the delicious aroma long enough to get back to our hotel. We parked and ate these delicacies on the side of the road. As a Bronx boy it was some of the best corned beef I've ever eaten, and in seventy-two years I've tasted a lot.
We picked our own and they took it straight from the window.
They also have a huge variety of smoked sausage.
If you are ever in Montreal, take a chance on this treat.