In this article we have gathered the restaurants that have the most reviews sorted by the highest ratings which are featured on our site. Discover these places for your next visits, if you haven't already!
The restaurants are in Montreal, North Shore, South Shore, and even Sherbrooke! This is the perfect reason to go on an adventure and discover the best of each region!
The downtown Repentigny and l'Assomption locations are both among the favorites on our guide. They offer bistro style cuisine which is accessible to all. The menu is constantly evolving, changing with the seasons and according to the customers' requests. In addition, you can bring your favorite wine and enjoy it with your meal. Reservations are strongly recommended.
Located in Sherbrooke for over 38 years, Chou de Bruxelles was originally opened by a Belgian couple (Dominique and Jean-Louis) and taken over by their daughter Gabrielle. This restaurant has kept its classics and continues to evolve with the different generations. There are plenty of ketogenic and gluten-free options, so many can find their way around without compromising their diet. Discover mussel casseroles in different recipes, offal, meat, and fish. All dishes have a modern, Belgian twist.
Bravi is located in Longueuil on Jacques-Cartier Street East and offers an Italian menu of fresh pasta and wood-fired pizzas. They recently celebrated their 15th anniversary and the comments/ratings on this restaurant are unanimous about the quality of the food, the service and the beautiful terrace. They have several wines on private import and even host tasting parties to discover them.
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Whether it's their lunch menu, the dinner menu, or the beautiful cocktails, 425°F Restaurant Garde-Manger offers creations that are as beautiful as they are good. Popular items include seared beef tataki, tartar, seared scallops, and the famous aged beef tomahawk. If you're in the Sainte-Thérèse area, this address is a must in the region!
In the heart of Villeray, this seasonal French restaurant offers the possibility to bring your wine. They have two services: one at 5 pm and the other at 7 pm, since both services are popular, it is important to make a reservation to ensure a table. The "table d'hôtes de fins gourmets" menus between 3 and 9 courses offer a French-Quebec alliance in ingredients and choice of dishes. A vegan menu is available upon request and reservation.
LO is for longitude while LA is for latitude and 45 is the geographical position of Saint-Sauveur, that's how the name came about. In summer, you can eat outside on the beautiful terrace with a nice view of the mountain. The market cuisine is varied and includes dishes such as venison carpaccio, grilled duck heart, mussel toast, guinea fowl supreme, or scallops & smoked meats. Many dishes are lactose and/or gluten-free. Recipes are subject to change depending on the season and the products available. Reserve your seat on their website.
In the heart of Montreal's Rosemont district, this restaurant-bar aims to offer good food without breaking the budget while pairing it with beers from local microbreweries. All the food items are between $6.95 and $9.95, so you can drink without the guilt! Drinks can be ordered by the glass, pint or even pitcher. Share it with your gang, the idea is to have a great evening eating and drinking well. Various parties are organized such as Cuban Wednesdays, Karaoke Thursdays and DJ nights on weekends. Be sure to reserve your spot before you show up!
Restaurant, bistro and wine bar in Ahunstic, Les Cavistes offers a cuisine that is a mix of French and Quebecois inspiration. They have many bottles of wine in private importation, which you can only find at Cavistes! You also have the option of booking wine tasting workshops. Plus, get two glasses of bubbly and 7 oysters to go with it for $29.50. Take advantage of their "on the run" menu for takeout or on the go. You can have an octopus with grilled torchon, an appetizer platter, a plate of blood sausage, pasta with rabbit confit and mustard sauces, or the famous cardamom crème brûlée. Everything is there to spend a quality moment in good company.
One of Montreal's South Shore must-visit is La Carcasse. With the concept of bringing your wine, they want you to enjoy your favorite bottle while they take care of offering you the best of their local cuisine. Depending on the day of the week, many specials are offered such as Wednesday tartars, Thursday ribs, or filet mignon or Sunday at 25% off. Classic recipes reworked in their restaurant bar, such as salmon tartare, Caesar salad, beef tartar cheeseburger, pub-style chicken waffle, rack of lamb, shrimp risotto, or one of their desserts!
Last but not least in this top 10 is Le Géraldine. The restaurant is located in a mansion built in 1880 that provides a warm and welcoming setting. Since 2017, Chef Olivier Robillard's team has been working to create a menu made entirely of fresh, seasonal produce from local farmers. When you visit, savor these creations with the 6-course discovery menu. You can always go a la carte if you want to choose your menu entirely. Right now, you can find an ostrich filet, deer tournedos, foie gras, or the famous black forest cake!
Since many of us are vacationing or getting away in Quebec, why not take the opportunity to visit the best restaurants?