Where should I go to eat this time? With restaurants opening every week in the city, there are enough to update your list and break the routine! To help you in this quest, here is a selection of new Montreal restaurants to try: Mexican, Vegetarian, Italian, Local, Comfort ... there is something for every taste and in every corner of the city!
Craving a delicious paella that seems to have come straight from Spain? See you at Hispania in the Outremont district. You will find all the delicious dishes of Iberian cuisine: meat, ham, cold cuts, tapas, cheeses and a private import cellar with Cava, Sangria and Spanish beers. Olé.
The H2 Hyderabad House invites you to escape to the south of India with the typical dishes of this region: spicy curries, delicious Biriyanis (prepared rice), Ragi sangati, Indochinese cuisine, Hyderabadi Haleem, Korma, Tandoori, Masala and well more are waiting for you on St-Denis Street.
Down for a little trip to the South? La Catrina and its authentic and modern Mexican dishes await you in Old Montreal. You can enjoy tacos, seafood, oysters, salads, homemade desserts and a selection of wines, cocktails, beers & tequila
The ZIBO! Restaurant Bars offer fresh and tasty California cuisine which includes salads, pizzas, pasta, grilled meats, fish and mouth-watering desserts. A new location just opened in Vaudreuil-Dorion. Don't wait any longer to discover this restaurant with its warm and trendy atmosphere!
The wine lovers in the Petite-Patrie district will be delighted! In a colorful setting, Vinvinvin offers a range of delicious Nordic wines from organic and biodynamic agriculture. The menu is welcoming even for beginners, with categories with evocative names ("punk", "chubby", "emotions" ...). To complete the experience, tasty little dishes to share, with local products please!
Apart from Dollard-des-Ormeaux, you can now enjoy a poké from Moushi restaurant in Laval. With colourful and fully customizable bowls of protein, vegetable and sauce base, all diets and cravings are welcome! As an accompaniment, you can give in to sweet potato fries or popcorn shrimp!
A new place to visit in the Little Italy district, one whose initiative deserves to be highlighted. Born thanks to a socio-financing campaign and the desire of four friends to create an ecologically responsible place, La Cale offers a menu with about ten options, vegetarian or vegan dishes and always being careful that the ingredients cause as little waste or pollution as possible. We're asking for more!
Trattoria del Mare is waiting for you in l'Assomption. Grills, pasta, pizzas, this "bring your own wine" restaurant offers all the best of Italian cuisine, without the fuss. As a bonus, a beautiful terrace to enjoy the sun and an early bird breakfast service at $5.
This new restaurant in Ville Saint-Laurent offers a comforting and tasty cuisine in a simple and warm atmosphere. Pizza, pasta, salads, poutines & grills, eggs Benedict ... A must for the day after a party or cozy Sunday with the family! For more festive evenings, Les Amis Thimens is also a bar and offers you a beautiful wine list.
Eggspress Île-Perrot Déjeuner welcomes you every day from 6 am to 3 pm for hearty and generous breakfasts in a simple and modern atmosphere. Pancakes, Benedictines, healthy options... And the absolutely must try: a breakfast-poutine covered with hollandaise sauce! Yummy!
First Saint-Henri, now The Village District is home to the second location of Tacos Frida, and its dishes from Oaxaca City. With authentic, unpretentious and affordable flavors of southern Mexico, this restaurant is sure to become your new brunch spot! And pssssst, if really miss your bed, you can choose the take-out option. You're welcome.
Bibiko is the new Asian cuisine temple in Mile-End. The famous Korean Bibimbap (a mix of rice, meat, vegetables and seasoned egg) is reinvented in a modern and fusion version that blends the flavors of several cultures: Korea, Japan, South Asia, Latin American and local. All made with many local and responsible products.
Italian cuisine celebrates a newcomer on Papineau Avenue. In addition to traditional pasta and pizza, Antonietta's menu offers a modern cuisine based on the regions of Southern Italy, all made with seasonal local ingredients. You can accompany the meal with natural wines from southern Italy.
A newcomer to Verdun, this Argentinean-inspired restaurant will delight all fans of Mediterranean, Italian and Spanish cuisine. Beba is a family story: opened by two brothers, it bears the name of their grandmother. An emotional experience guaranteed! Meat, fish, lobster, quail ... The dishes are a beautiful balance between flavours and delicacy. Ideal for your gastronomic outings!