Dining in Montreal on a Sunday night? Sure thing!

Want to go out on a Sunday night without hurting your wallet? Here are a few hotspots that offer great meals a good price. Ideal for a get together with friends. Start the week off on the right foot.

Triple Crown Dinette

6704, rue Clark, Montréal, QC H2S 3E9

Sunday night dinner has never tasted as delicious as the Southern-inspired food of Dinette Triple Crown. Fried chicken, smoked brisket, pulled pork, mac and cheese and many more dishes are yours to enjoy at this cozy Little Italy spot. On warm days, you can grab a picnic basket and go dine in the park across the street!


51 Rue Roy E, Montréal, QC H2W 2S3

A casual and fun restaurant, Icehouse is inspired by chef Nick Hodge’s Texan upbringing. Menu items like po’ boys, fried chicken and a bourbon-spiked lemonade can only translate into an entertaining dinner at this small and lively Plateau restaurant. In the summer, the diminutive terrasse is a great spot to while away a few hours.

Le Majestique

4105, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Y7

Delicious and fun food in a magical ambiance is a great way to describe dinner at Majestique. The décor is laden with a busy collection of kitschy items plastered all over the walls and into every nook and cranny. The food is fun and accessible and the service relaxed yet professional. Grab a cocktail or two, sit at the bar and enjoy the dishes as well as the surroundings.

Bar A Tapas Tapeo

511, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1H5

Open for the past few years in the heart of Villeray, Tapeo serves chef Marie-Fleur St-Pierre’s unique interpretation of Spanish tapas. The small, flavourful dishes are skillfully prepared and fun to share. Perfect for a romantic date or a group outing, the service is flawless and the atmosphere always fun.


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

Chef Martin Juneau’s restaurant has been a popular one since opening day. The dining room is casual and always buzzing with a lively vibe. The star chef has made a name for himself with dishes such as his maple-lacquered pork and the chopped liver and bagel brunch special. Grab a seat at the kitchen table located in the heart of the kitchen for a closer look at the action.

Bouillon Bilk

1595, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2S9

Bouillon Bilk is housed inside an elegant and minimalist dining room where the emphasis is on what’s on the plate. The flawless, market-driven cuisine highlights Quebec ingredients and the wine list centres on private imports. The food is graceful and delicate yet accessible and the service friendly and warm.

Maison Boulud

1228 Sherbrooke St West, Montreal, QC H3G 1H6

The most elegant of Sunday night dinners can be had at Maison Boulud, internationally renowned chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurant located inside the posh Ritz Carlton Hotel. Rooted in traditional French cuisine, the menu at Maison Boulud is also inspired by Quebec ingredients and Montreal. The outdoor dining area overlooking the garden is lovely in the summer.

Restaurant L'Express Inc

3927, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M4

Open since 1980, L’Express has since become an outstanding institution in Montreal. Beloved by foodies and industry professionals alike, stepping into this French bistro feels like taking a trip to Paris. The food here is classic bistro cuisine with items such as veal kidney, steak tartare and île flottante finding a permanent spot on the menu.

Restaurant La Chronique

104, av Laurier O, Montréal, QC H2T 2N7

Chic and luminous, La Chronique is one of the best French restaurants in Montreal. The cuisine here elevates traditional recipes to elegant works of art. If you’re a fan of foie gras, La Chronique specializes in the classic liver dish, which is a staple on their menu. The outstanding wine list has been lauded as one of the best in the city.

Restaurant Chez Victoire

1453, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1Z1

Open 7 days a week, Chez Victoire is a popular neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of the Plateau serving a French-inspired cuisine by chef Alexandre Gosselin. The festive atmosphere, great service, delicious food and beautiful wine list by sommelière Sindie Goineau is what keeps people coming back.

Restaurant au Pied De Cochon

536, av Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2L 1A9

Internationally renowned chef Martin Picard is known for his generous portions and his decadent dishes. Au pied de cochon is one of Montreal’s most famous restaurant and well liked by Montrealers and visitors alike who flock there to try dishes such as the foie gras poutine and duck in a can.

Maison Publique

4720, rue Marquette, Montréal, QC H2J 3Y6

A small neighbourhood pub in the heart of the Plateau with chef owner Derek Dammann at the helm, Maison Publique’s cuisine is rooted in British pub food with a focus on Quebec ingredients, microbrewery beer and Canadian wines. It’s a fun place to dine with family or friends.

Restaurant Candide

551 rue Saint Martin, Montréal, QC H3J 2L6

Housed inside an old presbytery in Griffintown, Candide is one of the most unique restaurants in Montreal. Chef John Winter Russell’s rigorous philosophy of using regional and seasonal products makes Candide the perfect restaurant to discover unfamiliar (yet delicious!) Quebec products. The dishes here are elegant and sophisticated and the service unparalleled. The creative wine list by sommelière Emily Campeau is one of the best in town.

Damas Restaurant

1201, av Van Horne, Outremont, QC H2V 1K4

Damas serves a flavourful Syrian cuisine in a décor worthy of a thousand and one nights. The dining room is decorated with colourful tapestries, intricate lighting fixtures and gorgeous textures. The ambiance is lively, the service friendly and the dishes carry the exotic scents of pomegranate, sumac, rose water and orange blossom water.

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