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L’Artiste Affamé

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I guess the best way I can describe my impression of L’Artist Affamé is that it is intimate, engaging and absolutely delicious. I say intimate because every time I’ve visited, there is always a client sitting at the bar having a thoughtful conversation with Jesse (AA’s owner and barista), myself included.

The coffee is always great, whether I order a cappucino or a cortado. AA alternates between several coffee bean roasts in favour of a more seasonal approach (much like restaurants with seasonal menus). Jesse is also always open to give suggestions and engage with his clients to try new roasts/types of coffees. Many independent coffee shops claim that their mission is to develop Montreal’s coffee palette but I believe AA is one of the few that really make an effort to teach and guide.

With soft flavourful homemade cookies and a close-by laundromat (how much homier can you feel?), everyone should give l’Artist Affamé  a try.

Food and Amenities
Coffee Roast: Path, The Barn, Transcend, Cut (seasonal rotation)
Foods: house made cookies (try their cookies&cream one)
Sitting Space: about 25 spots
Electrical Outlets: yes
Wifi: yes
Points Cards: no

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4 Comments

  • Reply Phu January 28, 2015 at 7:28 pm

    Coming to your blog MTL feels much more like a hipster’s town!

    BTW, you should definitely add google analytics to your page. You would be able to monitor people coming to your site!

    Keep up the good work!

    • Reply Linh February 7, 2015 at 12:36 am

      Thanks! Didn’t see this comment ’til now haha oops! Will do!

  • Reply sweetiewill February 20, 2015 at 4:16 pm

    Thanks to your blog, I got to experience a new coffee spot and loving this joint! [Written over at L’Artiste Affame]

    • Reply Linh February 20, 2015 at 9:42 pm

      Thanks will! Glad to help!

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