The Canadian-Aboriginal Roundhouse Cafe in Montreal is creating a unique cultural experience for its guests by serving aboriginal-themed dishes. The coffee shop is influenced by its location in Montreal’s Cabot Square.
This location is home to many Canadian-Aboriginal citizens which is why this cafe is serving traditional coffee alongside Aboriginal fare. The creative menu contains culturally influenced dishes such as scone dogs, a hot dog wiener wrapped in a traditional native bread. This particular bread begins as European flour that is then sweetened by Canadian maple syrup.
The eatery and coffee shop hones in on popular Aboriginal eats at affordable prices and hopes to bring a playful cultural experiences to guests. Roundhouse Cafe believes that food brings people together, which is the ultimate goal for this multicultural diner.
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