Ya I've tried Mr. Spiceee, it's very similar to the one a couple of blocks up the street corner Plamondon and Victoria in a little grocery shop. That's where I've tasted my first patty when I was young and really liked it. They don't make it themselves I think there's a place that makes it and sells it all across the city, I went to several Cantor Bakeries and they tasted the same. Mister Spiceee apparently makes their own from what they told me. However in my on going quest to find the best Patties in montreal I stumbled upon Mr. Patty. One thing about all the other patties I've tried were that they were all thin and pretty greasy, and soggy once you leave it out for a while. It's still good but what differentiates Mr. Patty from the others is that first of all it's got a thicker crust and so doesn't get soggy, when you bite into it, you taste meat from the very first bite because the meat extends right to the edge of the crust. It's a tastier filling inside, not as spicee or cury flavored but more smooth meaty and good seasoning of the meat. I wasn't used to that, but I've grown to enjoy it more. I believe the owner was at the counter when I walked in, I asked him for some Jamaican Patties he said no sorry we only have Canadian with a serious look... we both paused then laughed. Real nice fellow, the place was on Patricia avenue in the middle of a residential area not far from Concordia University campus in NDG. I think I've found a winner, but I'm always open to try new ones and hopefully it's not a reseller.