Here are the best dairies in Quebec, according to… you!


On July 17th, National Ice Cream Day, the Silo 57 team thought it would be a good idea to bring you the best dairies in Quebec…according to our readership.

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We polled our readers on our social networks a few days ago to find out where THE best dairy in Quebec is located (all regions combined).

Whether you like more traditional or more original ice cream, everyone will find the ice cream that suits them in the province. These 15 addresses must be added to your list of places to visit, whether it’s after a bike ride, a day at the beach or after a football game this summer.

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It’s no surprise that the Kem CoBa is at the top of the list. This is one of Montrealers’ favorite spots. A new soft cream (always with very exotic flavors) is introduced every week and there is often a queue in front of the family business. Let’s say it’s a quality guarantee! The Kem CoBa du Mile-End works so well that they opened a second address east of Montreal, in Tétreaultville.

60 Fairmount Avenue West, Montreal

2525 Ormeaux Street, Montreal

Ice cream, gelato, cookies… Dalla Rose is guaranteed to fill you up with sugar. The chefs dare the flavors that make everything decadent and utterly fabulous. It’s the kind of place that an ice cream will make you daydream for weeks, it’s so delicious.

4609 Notre Dame St West, Montreal

Hidden away in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu is this milk bar and ice cream parlor that many readers have assumed. You can quickly understand the enthusiasm when you consult the offer of homemade ice cream and desserts. In addition to the many gluten-free options, there are even bubble tea on the menu!

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Boulevard Saint-Luc 92, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

Undoubtedly, Les Givrés are very imaginative and can create fabulous ice cream with almost anything. Whether you like a unique taste experience or prefer to stick to the classic croissants, Les Givrés has something for you.

2730 Masson Street, Montreal
334 Castelneau Street East, Montreal
3681 Ontario Street East, Montreal

Open since 1983, Bilboquet is a Montreal institution when it comes to ice cream. You can eat delicious cornets there and the service is always pleasant. Bilboquet products are so popular that some supermarkets have them.

Multiple branches

If there’s one address that gets mentioned often, it’s the Berlingot, located in a ancestral home in the Sainte-Rose neighborhood of Laval. Judging by the queues on hot summer days, this address is a must. The place offers a variety of flavors of homemade soft serve ice cream, each as delicious as the next.

Boulevard Sainte Rose 218, Laval

7. Cassis-Aylmer (Gatineau)

For home-made gelatos and sorbets at a good price, there’s no better place than Cassis in Aylmer. Housed in a pretty yellow house, this dairy has been catering to those with a sweet tooth for many years. The lemon basil sorbet is a must try.

68 Main Street, Gatineau

Open during the warm summer months, a visit to O’Glaces Creamery is more than essential when visiting the islands this summer.

748, QC-199, Havre-Aubert

Crowds gather outside this incredible dairy in L’Anse-Saint-Jean in summer. The place owes its success to its expertly made frozen desserts.

358 Saint-Jean-Baptiste Street, L’Anse-Saint-Jean

Another good place where they serve delicious ice cream but this time on the south coast of Montreal, in Brossard. The atmosphere of Miami Vice is in the spotlight.

3250 Rome Blvd., Brossard

This milk bar in La Petite-Patrie revisits the great ice cream classics: the sundae, the mace, the whirlwind (or blizzard), the Mont-Blanc (at Icono Glace we’re talking about a kombufloat) and the soft serve. but with a very special twist. With different flavors, their frozen desserts are all original and delicious.

1320 Belanger Street, Montreal

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For an authentic dairy experience, Chez Perro takes on the mandate brilliantly. This vintage ice cream counter serves all the ice cream classics: from banana splits to candy-dipped soft serve. Timeless!

194 Wilson Boulevard, Longueuil

Mandatory stop at Coaticook, this famous dairy is not famous for nothing. In fact, she has proven her mastery of the art of ice cream over the years. His good reputation does not precede him for nothing and the readers of Silo 57 confirm it!

1000 Child Street, Coaticook

If you go to Le Virevent, be sure to try the homemade Vietnamese coffee ice cream. This neighborhood dairy is a friendly place to hang out after a softball or soccer game. Some even claim it’s the best dairy in town.

1517 Fleury Street, Montreal

Although Ca Lem Dairy is best known for its dark ice cream, the NDG establishment (the original establishment) also serves a wide variety of sweet treats. If you don’t feel like trying the popular black cones, you’re sure to find something to fill you up anyway!

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