April 16th is National Eggs Benedict Day, so we thought we'd take the opportunity to let you know about the restaurants that still offer amazing breakfast for delivery and/or take-out service in and around Montreal.
With 4 locations in Montreal, Laval, Saint-Hyacinthe, and Bromont, Dame Tartine offers breakfast menus for everyone. They even have a vegetarian and vegan menu section. They also have a dozen choices of Benedictine delights, such as the Dame Tartine special with poached eggs on ham, asparagus, and fresh tomatoes. They are open daily from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm and the Bromont dining room is currently open (at the time of writting this).
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Imagine a dish served by your favorite aunt with generous portions cooked with love, well these two restaurants can take you back in time. Régine is located on Beaubien East, while Janine is located in Verdun on Wellington. When the rooms are open, discover a colorful decor reminiscent of an English tea room. In the meantime, they are open from Wednesday to Sunday to offer you take-out or delivery. Note that they have some excellent gourmet choices on their poached eggs menu such as the champi (sautéed mushrooms with cream and sage, red bell pepper coulis, kale, Le Mamirole cheese toast, and fresh fruit) or the smoked salmon and poached egg plates (each restaurant has a different version of this dish). As an added bonus, you can experience the restaurant's atmosphere at home with their Spotify playlist!
These restaurants are located side by side and belong to the same owners. Discover traditional brunches with a Malagasy twist. In terms of eggs benedict, we suggest you have the house-smoked salmon or the bacon with guacamole and tomato confit, a real treat! Malagasy food is normally spicy so for those who love it, don't forget to top your dishes with their homemade hot sauce! The sauce is also available for sale, so you can put it on all your dishes at home.
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This Masala Resto-Bar located on the Plateau is a must for any Indian food lover. They offer boxed meals to go, delivery, and takeout. In collaboration with the chef from Passé Composé, they have designed a menu to remake Indian classics mixed with local classics. This is how we find the eggs benedict butter chicken, curried lamb, or the Malai Kofta pistachio. This place is full of flavors and offers something unique!
This restaurant is located just steps away from the Atwater Market. Take your brunch to go and enjoy it at the Lachine Canal before going shopping! Open Saturdays and Sundays, you have several choices of eggs Benedict such as the Outremont (smoked salmon), the Montreal (smoked meat), the Atwater (choice of meat), or the veggie. The menu is diversified and has something for everyone!
With two locations, one on Masson and one on Saint-Jacques in Saint-Henri, they offer brunches cooked by a French chef: Mathieu. They have a mandate to have a positive impact on the local economy and the environment by using products from meticulously chosen producers and by offering eco-responsible packaging. There are many options with eggs Benedict such as the American with gratin dauphinois, French crepes, madeleines, and fresh-squeezed orange juice. As an extra, when you order 24-48 hours in advance, you can add a rose or bouquet of flowers to your meal!
Open since 1952, Duc de Lorraine is the oldest French pastry shop in Montreal. Find the traditional recipes of the chefs with their pastries, macaroons, viennoiseries, cakes and dishes, and much more. Weekday brunches are served from 6:30am to noon and on weekends until 3:00pm. They have three excellent choices of eggs Benedict: crab, lobster and the last one with avocado and feta cheese. We strongly invite you to complete your meal with a croissant, macaroon or pastry!
Find this restaurant in Mont Saint-Hilaire and Rosemont. What sets them apart are their vegan, gluten-free, and reduced-carb options (Keto). They also have a regular menu made from the finest ingredients. In short, all food lifestyles can eat under the same umbrella! Several "chicken" recipes are available with chili, chorizo, smoked salmon crepe bretonne, tex-mex, or sandwiches. Finally, don't forget to try one of their delicious homemade jams!
If you're in the Quartier Dix30 or surrounding area, we suggest you order at Oeufs & Cie for an exotic and modern breakfast. They have an entire section dedicated to Eggs Benedict and you can even create your favorite combination of three ingredients. There is definitely no shortage of choice, as there is definitely the possibility to vary your meals according to your current mood. On weekdays, they open at 6:00 am and close at 3:00 pm, while on weekends it's from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. Go there for breakfast or lunch or both!
Located in the Village, this restaurant always has long lines of people waiting to brunch on-site when the dining rooms are open. For many, it will even be the first place they go when restaurants are allowed to re-open for dine-in! The portions are very generous and the chef-owner Arnaud Glay is known for the originality of his recipes. In terms of poached eggs, they have several options such as foie gras, ribs, beef (with braised beef brisket), or even vegan options. We strongly suggest that you go there from Wednesday to Sunday for a take-out order!
Located in Ahuntsic, this little jewel is perfect for your lunches and dinners. The menu is diversified and the portions are generous as we like them! Opt for the Turkey Blessing (turkey bacon, mushrooms, and Oka cheese), the Scandinavian (onion chips, smoked salmon, avocado purée, etc.). When the rooms are open, you will be charmed by the courtesy of the staff and the warm atmosphere. In the meantime, you can order takeout or delivery.