Celebrate the very first Montreal Taco Week

"About time!", we hear you say, and rightly so. After poutine week, pizza week and burger week, what could be more fitting than for Montreal to celebrate this Mexican dish, prepared here in 1001 different ways? Say hello to the first Montreal Taco Week, taking place from October 15-22. A number of Montreal restaurants will be offering a very special version of the taco for $10 or less throughout the week, including...


6961, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2S 3E1

Chef Fabien Enriquez awaits you at his establishment on Saint-Laurent Boulevard, offering his Bacalao taco for the occasion at just $10, made with (Mexican, of course) beer-battered cod, homemade beet tortilla and molé.

T&T Tacos And Tortas

51 rue Rachel O, Montréal, QC H2W 1G2

This restaurant on Rachel Street West is offering, for $3.50, its beefsteak taco, with marinated steak mince, sautéed onions and grilled cactus. Yes, you heard right: grilled cactus. And it's really a lot better than you might think.

El Sabor De Mexico

5013, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC H4G 1Y1

This Verdun restaurant is offering two pig tail tacos for $10. It comes with pico de gallo (diced tomatoes with onions and peppers), feta cheese, black beans and corn.

Ta-Chido Inc

5611 av du Parc, Montréal, QC H2V 4H2

Ta Chido is celebrating Taco Week with its Placero de Cecina at $6. And it's certainly a festive one: a slice of fine salt beef is accompanied by tomatoes, diced cactus, caramelized onions and cilantro, all served in a guajillo chilli tortilla.

Restaurant La Selva

862, rue Marie-Anne E, Montréal, QC H2J 2A9

This establishment on the Plateau awaits you with its Taco de Pulpo, which consists - you guessed it - of marinated octopus with smoked paprika and garlic, with avocado, cilantro, cashews and carrots. The salsa is made with habanero peppers, pickled onions, cilantro, basil and avocado oil. All for $5!

Restaurant La Capital Inc

1096, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2Z 1J5

This restaurant on Saint-Laurent Boulevard in the south of the island is offering its Quesadilla Campechana for $7. It's a 6-inch wheat flour tortilla containing marinated pork and melted cheese, served with a jalapeño green salsa.

Restaurant Agave

4902 Boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2T 1R5

Nothing is done by half in this restaurant, where the chef, kitchen helpers and decor are all 100% Mexican. Here you'll be treated to some tequila flambéed shrimp tacos (hic!) and chipotle sauce (ouchhh!). mmmm! And all this for $9.

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