Discover these restaurants on Montreal’s Laurier Avenue West

Nestled beside Mount Royal, straddling Outremont and the Plateau, Laurier Avenue West is one of the city's biggest shopping streets, but is no slouch when it comes to dining either. So next time you plan to visit the area, make time for a delicious meal alongside a tour of the avenue’s unique boutiques.


1045, av Laurier O, Outremont, QC H2V 2L1

Leméac has been a Laurier West mainstay for over 15 years, offering great classic bistro cuisine, homemade desserts and an excellent wine list. The restaurant’s decor creates a bistro atmosphere with wooden chairs and white tablecloths, and one can also dine on a large, shaded terrace. They are open from noon to midnight, Monday to Friday. A late-night menu is available after 10 pm, and brunch is served on the weekend starting at 10 am.

Chez Lévêque

1030 Av Laurier, Outremont, QC H2V 2K8

A friendly Parisian brasserie with a playful, church-themed menu, on which each course is named after religious rituals like Mass, Lent, or Agony (the dessert menu). Their products are either homemade or sourced from local producers. Chez Leveque is open seven days a week and offers a Head Over Heels menu for lunch and after 9 pm. They also serve brunch on weekends.

Restaurant La Chronique

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

An intimate gourmet establishment, in business for 20 years, La Chronique invites you to sample a tasting menu that changes monthly, in addition to regular lunch and dinner menus that feature classic dishes prepared simply. The wine list offers many choices, including a variety of champagnes. The restaurant opens for lunch from Tuesday through Friday, and for dinner from Monday to Sunday, starting at 6 pm.

Jun i

156 ave Laurier O, Montréal, QC H2T 2N7

In an elegant setting with velvet armchairs, you are invited to savour the delights of gourmet Japanese cuisine. Juni offers a wide selection of sushi, sashimi and maki, as well as fish and meat dishes prepared with exquisite attention to detail. Open for lunch from Tuesday through Friday and for dinner from Monday to Saturday, from 6 to 11 pm.

Wilfrid sur Laurier

222 Laurier O, Montreal, QC H2T 2N8

This recent arrival will charm you with its French bistro atmosphere and a terrace at the back. The menu is short but features original versions of timeless classics like beef tartare or cabbage rolls, accompanied by wine or a house cocktail. Wilfrid is open for lunch from Wednesday to Friday and for dinner Tuesday to Saturday, and also serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

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