Montreal Restaurant Guide for Every Palate

Montreal is a city famous for its food. Boasting a culinary scene that’s at the forefront of

innovation, it’s just one of the many reasons this cosmopolitan city is high on any traveller’s wish


Foodie’s come from far and wide to experience the city’s tried-and-tested favorites, classics with a twist and unusual flavor combinations.

But, with curfews in place due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, in-dining experiences are limited. Many

restaurants now offer their unique fares in the comfort of your own home. Takeout options have exploded.

Here are just a few of our favorites.

LOV Vegan and vegetarian Montreal restaurant

LOV on McGill Street

Offering up elevated vegan and vegetarian plates, this stylish restaurant is popular with

meat-eaters and vegans alike. Voted number 11 of 72 contemporary restaurants in Montreal,

the whitewashed walls and intimate seating options make it a favorite with locals and tourists.

Now available for takeout and delivery through Uber Eats, you don’t have to live without their

mouth-watering plant-based deliciousness. However, it’s well worth returning to the Montreal

restaurant when protocol allows. You’ll experience the welcoming atmosphere that’s mentioned in almost

all of its 2,120 reviews. It’s even better if you can snag one of the hanging wicker chairs to enjoy it from!

Boris Bistro Montreal Restaurant

Boris Bistro on McGill Street

With minors not allowed, this Montreal restaurant serving eclectic French fare is the perfect place to enjoy

a grown-up night out. Complete with a buzzing and spacious terrace, Boris Bistro is a popular

location come the summer months. Its vast selection of wines are now available to order

at Boris Bistro for takeout.

Those with gluten intolerance will be happy to know this Montreal restaurant is certified gluten-free!

Maison Christian Faure pastry

Maison Christian Faure on Place Royale

Voted the number three bakery in Montreal, Maison Christian Faure should be a mandatory stop for

anyone with a sweet tooth. One reviewer claimed “better almond croissants than

I’ve found in France.” With tarts, cakes and other traditional French pastries, it’s a sugar-filled haven

in downtown Montreal. Only open for takeout due to COVID, you can order direct from the store or find it

on Uber Eats.

Their macarons make a unique souvenir of your time in the city.

Also, a perfect gift for friends and family – assuming they last that long! Aimed at professionals and

“serious amateurs” they also operate the 1st international teaching school dedicated to French pastry in

Canada. If you’re serious about the craft you can discover more on their website.

Brasserie T scallops

Brasserie T! on Jeanne Mance Street

This eatery is the little sister to a city favourite, Toqué, voted top 10 Montreal restaurant of Canada’s 100


Located just outside the Museum of Contemporary Art, the glass-walled space offers spectacular views of Montreal’s famous fountains.

Brasserie T!, serving up house made charcuterie and mouth watering classics, is normally a dine-in

experience. With COVID restrictions in place around the city, they now have takeout Wednesday-

Sunday with an evolving menu to reflect the variety of foods from local producers.

Accords le Bistro Montreal restaurant

Accords Le Bistro on St. Catherine Street

Last but not least, a restaurant temporarily closed, but too good to miss off the list. Accords le Bistro is a

modern eatery serving seasonal dishes with an eclectic twist. All meals are paired with an extensive natural

wine selection. The friendly staff will help you discover the perfect tipple whether you’ve chosen their red

deer tartare or fish of the day.

It’s proximity to the MTelus venue makes it the ideal spot for a preshow dinner.

Keep an eye on their Facebook page because you won’t want to miss the re-opening of this Montreal


Trylon Apartment Hotel

If you’re planning a trip to the city and looking for somewhere to stay then you’ve got plenty of

diverse neighbourhoods to choose from. Located on Rue Sainte-Famille in the heart of

Downtown Montreal, Trylon Apartment Hotel offers all the convenience and security of a hotel.

Yet, they have the space and facilities of a rented apartment.

They’re located just a short walk from many of the eateries on this list.

A host of other cultural and recreational activities the city has to offer are nearby. By staying at Trylon

you’re never far from the action.


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