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Locals typically point to the grilled halloumi with harissa mayo sandwich or the pulled pork or vegan equivalent as favourites, but Le Pick Up also grills a mean burger. Looking for laidback Le Pick Up vibes after dark? Head to sibling spot Resto-Bar Le Pick Up in Hochelaga for dinner, and make sure to order a side of garlic and cilantro fries.
Larrys is open for breakfast at 9 a. No reservations. A post shared by larrys larrys. This Mile End lunch counter is as classic as they come. Seven years later, its mezze spreads and hefty char-grilled mains replete with sumac and Aleppo peppers are an almost guaranteed home run. A post shared by Damas damasrestaurant. Expect set seafood-laden menus dotted with conservas, like an ostensibly simple yet flavourfully so-sophisticated dish of white anchovies and tomatoes on crusty bread, and a transportive wine list, all from partners in business and life Lindsay Brennan and Juan Lopez Luna.
A post shared by Alma Montreal alma. Chef Sean Murray Smith consistently wows with tasting menus that give seasonal vegetables pride of place — without being strictly vegetarian. Reservations are highly recommended, with the restaurant frequently booked solid weeks out.
This Japanese bistro in the Plateau excels at raw fish, mazemen broth-less ramen topped with everything from duck confit to burrata , and an array of other elegantly tuned dishes from chef Hiroshi Kitano, including a keema curry and ebi shrimp tempura burger.
A nondescript Mont-Royal Avenue spot with high tables, bar seating, and eclectic artwork, Otto Bistro is a relaxed venue, perfect for a low-pressure date or solo dining session. A post shared by Bistro Otto otto. Yokato Yokabai on Drolet Street is a heavyweight on the Montreal ramen circuit. Be it a flavour-packed tonkotsu broth, the gomami sesame broth , or vegetarian version made with mushrooms and seaweeds, each ladleful is a symphony of flavors.
A post shared by Yokato Yokabai Ramen yokatoyokabai. A good group setting, the dining room is spacious but homey, and the service is friendly and attentive. This casual Venezuelan eatery specializes in the stuffed cornbread pockets known as arepas. In , Arepera moved to a far more roomy Plateau locale — meaning shorter wait times for on-site dining. A post shared by Arepera du Plateau areperaduplateau. This taqueria resides in Chinatown and has dinnerware to match. Opened seven years ago by partners from Mexico City and Monterrey, La Capital has cemented its reputation with some satisfying carnitas tacos, easy-drinking cocktails, and reliable vegan options such as a soy chorizo and potato quesadilla.
A small menu centres on sandwiches the Cuban is a favourite and other breakfast and lunch fare like sweet and savoury ricotta plates the former topped with honey and served with brioche bread, the latter featuring asparagus, almonds, shaved pecorino, and Romesco sauce.
Inside, expect a no-frills atmosphere where regulars squeeze into booths, chatter flows from behind the deli counter, and veteran employees ensure everything goes off without a hitch. Here, diners can expect a dynamite wine list by sommelier Alessandro Ghirotto and a food menu — particularly the anchovy-topped burrata with salty pancakes and some sumptuous cavatelli with braised lamb ragu — that demands attention. This Little Burgundy wine bar was a seamless addition to the Joe Beef family when it opened in the summer of A post shared by Vin Papillon vinpapillon.
A post shared by Sumac Restaurant sumacrestaurant. One of the very few places to offer Singaporean and Malaysian food in the city, Satay Brothers has evolved over the years from a seasonal market stall founded by two brothers and their mom to a bustling destination-worthy restaurant on the Notre-Dame strip. A post shared by Satay Brothers sataybrothers. This is the place to go for some superbly satisfying roti.
Their hefty options are filled with juicy beef, chicken, or curry goat, while flaky patties and plates piled high with rice, plantains, and a choice of stewy beef, jerk chicken, and ackee and saltfish round out the offering. A post shared by Boom J's Cuisine boomjscuisine. A post shared by Arthurs arthursmtl. With over three-quarters of a century to its name, NDG landmark Chalet Bar-B-Q has won the hearts of multiple generations enamoured with its spit-roasted bird and its arguably unmatched dipping sauce.
Diners head to the Saint-Henri gathering spot for everything from a lunchtime hoagie and beer to a special night out indulging in excellent natural wines and pristine plates of pasta and pizzas — in an absolutely stunning dining room to boot. A post shared by Elena elenamontreal. Brothers Ari and Pablo Schor both Liverpool House alum sought to recreate the confluence of Spanish and Italian cultures in their native Argentina with this opening in Verdun.
What a beautiful place! We looked at each other, a little overwhelmed by all the choices. Nuances presents a truly unique dining experience with modern and classic French cuisine and everything on the menu looked absolutely wonderful. Our waitress, perhaps sensing that we were overwhelmed with the choices, suggested a special tasting or decouverte discovery menu. This is not even on the regular menu but consists of several small courses, chosen by the chef, which allow you to try a variety of items.
This sounded just right, so we agreed. This was the best restaurant decision we have ever made in our lives. I remember creamy asparagus soup with a crab-stuffed spring roll perched on top; halibut that had been pan-fried to a golden brown and covered with some creamy sauce that was the best thing I have ever tasted; mushroom ravioli; and thin strips of venison which I was leery about but she assured us would be delicious.
And they were. By this point, we were completely full but, somehow, we managed to eat some sort of delicious, warm chocolate cake with a hot fudge center. That might very well have been the best meal we have ever eaten. If you are in Montreal and looking for the perfect place to spend a little time being entertained by as many gaming opportunities as you can possibly imagine and having the best dinner of your lives, I recommend the Casino de Montreal.
Dinner was a little more than that. But totally worth it. When you are ready to travel to Montreal, The Travel Authority is ready to help you plan that trip. You can call AXP for information and details about traveling to Montreal. I would love to hear your suggestions for future blog posts.