Amazing restaurants all around Montreal

The North, the East, Griffintown, Little Italy… Wherever you are in town, a good table awaits you nearby! Let us help you discover the best restaurants in every corners of the city with our playlist that covers great establishments. The MTL à TABLE event will be celebrated from October 29 to November 8. To make a reservation, select a restaurant and simply tap the "Book a Table Now" or "Call Restaurant" button.

RESTAURANT Trois Sept Trois Quatre

3734 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P7

Serving up North American classics like surf & turf, oysters, and meat platters, Henri welcomes guests with privately imported wine in an upbeat and modern atmosphere.

Restaurant Kyomi

7660, boul Newman, Lasalle, QC H8N 1X8

Founded in 2008, Kyomi is characterized by fresh Asian fusion cuisine, impeccable service, and an upscale, exotic atmosphere. This bring-your-own-wine restaurant seats 300 people, and a mezzanine can host both small and large groups.


4370 rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1R8

A bring-your-own wine restaurant serving market-fresh cuisine under the direction of chef Thierry Dufour, Le Smoking Vallée offers specialties including bavette, tuna tartare, and blade petite roast. The bistro atmosphere is warm and friendly, and the décor stylish and modern.


5145, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC H4G 1Y2

This restaurant serves up creative interpretations of traditional Turkish cuisine. With meat, seafood, dairy products, vegetables, and grains, the kitchen brings together the flavours of the Far East and the Mediterranean. Specialties include mezze, rack of lamb, and manti (beef dumplings topped with a yogurt sauce and spiced butter). The extensive wine list completes the dining experience in this friendly Verdun establishment.

Restaurant EVOO

3426, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P2

An old school approach to cuisine with a touch of 21st century practices allows EVOO to offer a twist on contemporary French gastronomy. Borrowing from, among others, traditional Irish and southern Mediterranean kitchens, and using ingredients sourced both locally and seasonally, chefs Sophie Ouellet and Peter Saunders serve up brunch, lunch and dinner. A three-course group menu is available as are a two- and three-course lunch menu. The wine list is composed of private imports.

Meatball House

1752, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1M3

Nini Meatball House offers creative and seasonal meatballs with menus for meat lovers, vegetarians, vegans, and those who prefer gluten-free or pork-free dishes. All meatball recipes are available in plates with sides or in sandwiches. A selection of organic wines (private imports only) is available. The venue is cozy, bright and clean with a warm and welcoming shabby-chic vibe.

Les Enfants Terribles — Outremont

1257 av Bernard, Outremont, QC H2V 1V8

Restaurant Les Enfants Terribles offers a brasserie-style menu composed of classic comfort dishes, including tartare, shepherd’s pie, mac n’cheese, and burgers. The wine list has been carefully put together by renowned sommelier Élyse Lambert, and the warm and relaxed atmosphere brings to mind the charm of a neighbourhood restaurant.

Marché Italien Le Richmond

333 rue Richmond, Montréal, QC H3J 1T9

In a refurbished industrial building from the 1880s, guests can appreciate a glass of wine with antipasti at the bar, enjoy a full meal in the bistro, and find exclusive products as well as a selection of foods to take home. Specialties include pizza, pasta, fish, cheese and charcuteries. Weekend brunch is served with a choice of morning delights. Le Richmond Marché Italien has over 2,000 high-quality products either imported from Italy or found locally.


3165 Rachel E, Montréal, QC H1W 1A3

Located in the old Angus Shops firehouse, Labarake is a family-friendly neighborhood restaurant offering a menu of local favourites that includes calamari, foie gras, fish and chips, steak tartare, beef burger, and risotto. Banquettes, booths, high ceilings and brick walls round out the cozy bistro atmosphere.

Restaurant Mastard

1879 Rue Bélanger, Montréal, QC H2G 1B6

Chez Chose offers a menu that varies daily according to seasons and shipments of produce. The restaurant's owners prepare and serve high quality dishes in a relaxed, warm and familial setting.

Au Petit Extra Restaurant

1690, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2L 1S7

Solidly established in an area less frequented by tourists, Au Petit Extra has an identity all its own. For over 30 years now, the friendly bistro adjacent to the Cabaret du Lion d’Or has been defined by its urban vibe and French cuisine – classic and affordable – that have for a long time earned widespread acclaim from an eclectic clientele.

Restaurant Carte Blanche

1159, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2L 1R3

The young owner and chef of restaurant Carte Blanche, André Loiseau, greets his guests with genuine fine cuisine made with the freshest local products. The elegant ambiance, courteous service and wine list offering a selection of private imports are much appreciated by the clientele. Carte Blanche was the Regional Award winner at the 2008 Québec Tourism Awards, and André Loiseau received the 2010 Regional Chef Award from the Société des Chefs, Cuisiniers et Pâtissiers du Québec.

Chez ma Grosse Truie

1801 Rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2K 1T5

In a retro-futuristic setting worthy of a Jules Verne novel, Chez Ma Grosse Truie Chérie delights foodies with dishes prepared exclusively with Québec produce, including pork, beef, salmon, oysters and mussels. Some menu items in particular, like salmon, pork chops and ribs, are applewood-smoked on site. The wine list offers selections from Québec vineyards as well as private imports. A courteous and attentive staff welcomes guests with several rooms that can accommodate groups, families, and one-on-one gatherings. The restaurant also has a pleasant inner courtyard that can be heated during the fall.

Les Affamés

4137, rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal, QC H1V 1X1

Les Affamés offers brunch and lunch, as well pastries and cakes made with market-fresh local products and inspiration from here and abroad. Game, seafood, fish and veggies are on the menu, and beverages include organic and fair trade coffees, house sodas, and organic wines. The atmosphere is welcoming, relaxed and jazzy. Group tasting menus are available.

Le Valois

25 Place Simon Valois, Montréal, QC H1W 0A6

Located right at the heart of Montréal's bubbly and dynamic Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood, Le Valois offers unique brasserie creations inspired by local produce and French history. Under the guidance of chef Denis Peyrat, the restaurant offers specialties like foie gras, tartare, and smoked fish. Group menus are available, as are 10 wines by the glass and a vast selection of privately imported bottles. The décor impresses with a cherrywood interior, colourful stained glass, and Parisian bistro flair. Meanwhile, the large outdoor patio overlooks the scenic Place Simon-Valois.

Restaurant Quindici 15

15, rue Bélanger, Montréal, QC H2S 1C7

In the heart of Little Italy, Quindici 15 is a high-end restaurant whose mission is to create a luxurious and unforgettable experience for customers. Signature dishes include bone-in filet mignon, ossobuco, octopus, seafood risotto, and rack of lamb. The wine list offers selections at various price points, and the atmosphere is trendy, colourful, cozy, welcoming, and relaxing.

Inferno Restaurant

6850, rue Saint-Dominique, Montréal, QC H2S 3B2

A place known to be the destination of many chefs on their off nights, Inferno offers market-fresh, home-style Italian cuisine in a chic, warm venue featuring black walls (on which the menu is written) and a wood-beamed ceiling. Specialties include tripe, antipasto, and aged ribeye steak. The wine list comprises various private Italian imports, all served in a fun, vibrant atmosphere.

La Récolte Espace Local

764, rue Bélanger, Montréal, QC H2S 1G6

At La Récolte, local and organic products are prepared with a farm-to-table philosophy in a casual chic environment that makes use of recycled materials. The restaurant offers tasting menus with specialties including tataki beef, pan-fried gnocchi and soy-maple sauce; and cheese curd stuffed morels. Among beverage options are a wine list mainly composed of organic wines, microbrews, and a house cocktail.

Restaurant Manitoba

271 Rue St Zotique O, Montréal, QC H2V 1A4

Restaurant Manitoba seeks to highlight the beauty and importance of the natural environment. Here, nature meets gastronomy, where earthy tones of wood, concrete and bare metal compose the relaxing backdrop to a menu that varies according to market arrivals and the whimsy of the chefs. The wine list includes natural and biodynamic private imports.


6389, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2S 3C3

Under the guidance of chef Phat Hong, La Bêtise offers savoury and comforting tapas dishes. Guests can sample a variety of plates made with fresh and unusual flavours and an Asian touch. The menu offers numerous options: a tasting menu, à la carte, table d’hôte, and more. The wine list includes a diverse selection that pairs nicely with menu items, and eccentric cocktails are available as well. The ambiance is stylish and friendly.

La Bêtise

6015, rue Saint-Hubert, Montréal, QC H2S 2L8

Under the guidance of chef Phat Hong, La Bêtise offers savoury and comforting tapas dishes. Guests can sample a variety of plates made with fresh and unusual flavours and an Asian touch. The menu offers numerous options: a tasting menu, à la carte, table d’hôte, and more. The wine list includes a diverse selection that pairs nicely with menu items, and eccentric cocktails are available as well. The ambiance is stylish and friendly.

Madre Sur Fleury

124, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T4

Under the watchful eye of chef Mario Navarette, Madre sur Fleury offers the same appetizing deal as Madre sur Masson: BYOW, an appetizer included with the price of a main dish, tasting and à la carte menus and delicious, seasonal Latin-inspired cuisine, including specialties such as ceviche and pan-seared fish. A modern, peaceful, and spacious environment completes the dining experience. The venue can be reserved in its entirety.

Restaurant Le St-Urbain

96, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T2

Three things make the St-Urbain a special place: its cooking, its décor and its environmentally responsible approach. And we can see it on the plates, with their use of fresh, local, organic and seasonal products. But it doesn’t stop there. Look around: those are recovered furnishings and the decoration was handled by local artists. The St-Urbain is proud to be active in the life and revitalization of the neighbourhood. Here’s a restaurant that shows proudly its principles both on the plate and the way it presents itself.

Café Le Petit Flore

1145, rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1P9

An homage to the legendary Café de Flore in Paris, Le Petit Flore serves up bistro fare with a table d'hôte every evening and at lunch on weekdays, as well as a brunch menu on Saturday and Sunday. Signature dishes include organ meat, tartares, flank steak, and the café’s special in-house fries. The wine list is made up of over 100 private imports, with many selections by the glass and a large choice of beers. The background music consists of French and Québécois tunes.

Les Cavistes Bistro Bar A Vin

196, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T5

Les Cavistes offers bistro-style cuisine and an exclusive list of privately imported wines that won the 2014 Wine Spectator Award. Food specialties include boudin, tartare, and steak and fries, as well as a weekly menu featuring Quebec produce. A private room can accommodate small groups and events that might require a projector. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming.

Tandem Restaurant

586, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1H6

Located in the Petite-Patrie borough, Tandem is a true neighbourhood restaurant, where guests can relax in the warm, intimate ambiance created by owner-operator duo Pascal and Éricka. The two opened their own restaurant after many years spent gathering experience in the restaurant business. Guests can bring their own wine to accompany the fine dishes crafted with care by Pascal in the French tradition, that can be ordered either as a table d’hôte or as a tasting menu. A lovely patio enables diners to sit outside on warm summer evenings.

Bar A Tapas Tapeo

511, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1H5

Tapeo's menu and setting might make you think you wandered off the sun-soaked streets of Spain. Simple, yet infinitely elegant, this gourmet dining spot serves a gorgeous selection of tapas served frias or caliente – from crusted tilapia to sardine escabèche, accompanied by the house's excellent selection of Spanish vintages. Great ambiance, friendly and knowledgeable staff, plus mouth-watering eats... uno, dos, tres – olé!


345, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1G8

Mesón is a casual, one-of-a-kind bistro offering a variety of fresh, comforting, and unique Spanish-inspired dishes. Fish, seafood, poultry, and meat are prepared in a simple manner, enhanced with a balance of spices, olive oil, and vinegar. Specialties include Croquettes de Serrano, Cocas (flatbreads), Chuleta de cerdo (a pork chop and white beans with jamón and yerez), and Zarzuela (a Spanish bouillabaisse with turbot and mussels). A selection of Spanish wines and cocktails has been thoughtfully chosen to be paired with items on the menu. The décor, a mix of modern and rustic elements, is relaxed, warm, and inviting.

Les Incorruptibles

1432, rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1R8

Les incorruptibles, a gourmet restaurant for fine diners, brings nothing but quality to the table: tartare, tataki, duck foie gras, grilled octopus and oysters, among other things. But what we also like about this Ahuntsic establishment is its vision. The products that we find on our plates are, for the most part, local and seasonal. Many of the wines served are organic. The beers, spirits and wines are also local. The vintage furniture has been recovered. Needless to say: this is has plenty of sustainability cred to go with its great food!

Old Port and Old Montreal undoubtedly offer some of the best dining in the city. Discover where to savour a great meal! The MTL à TABLE event will be celebrated from October 29 to November 8. To make a reservation, select a restaurant and simply tap the "Book a Table Now" or "Call Restaurant" button.
Take advantage of the MTL à TABLE event and visit these fine establishments to taste some of the best our local cheese producers have to offer. The MTL à TABLE event will be celebrated from October 29 to November 8. To make a reservation, select a restaurant and simply tap the "Book a Table Now" or "Call Restaurant" button.
Book your table now at one of these participating restaurants and savour some of Montreal's best dining for only 41$ (before tax and tip). Here’s a non-exhaustive list of participating establishments. Visit the official website for a complete listing. The MTL à TABLE event will be celebrated from October 29 to November 8. To make a reservation, select a restaurant and tap the "Book a Table Now" or "Call Restaurant" button.
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