Discover vegetarian world cuisine in Montreal

Montreal is overflowing with restaurants from around the planet and it is a real pleasure to explore new foods and new flavours. Those who have chosen not to consume meat – diligently, or not so diligently – can easily enjoy a good meal with accents from around the world! Here are a few of them.

Arepera Du Plateau

1
4050, rue de Bullion, Montréal, QC H2W 2E5

The Venezuelan cuisine at Arepera du Plateau is definitely recommended! It offers various vegetarian arepas (traditional Venezuelan corn bread): black beans and plantains, mushrooms and garlic, grilled vegetables or even with avocado, lime and cilantro. For an authentic taste of Latin America, you won’t want to miss this place!

Le Nil Bleu

2
3706, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3L7

The restaurant Nil Bleu introduces us to Ethiopian cuisine in a lovely setting that takes you on a voyage. The vegetarian and vegan dishes are made of peas and lentils, vegetables in sauce, and various purees, all served with rolled teff pancakes. A culinary delight.

Mouton Vert

3
6000, rue Sherbrooke O, Montréal, QC H4A 1X9

Greek and Mediterranean cuisine is the star of the show at Mouton Vert. This includes freshly prepared vegetarian and vegan dishes (cabbage rolls, salads, stuffed peppers, baklava, etc.) as well as a corner grocery store.

Restaurant Yuan végétarien

4
2115, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3K8

The Chinese cuisine offered at Yuan is perfect for outings among friends and for lovers of vegan meat. It offers quite a variety of Asian dishes: sushi, fried dumplings, vegetarian General Tao chicken, veggie beef with broccoli, noodles, rice, and much more.

ChuChai

5
4088-4094 rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M5

This vegan restaurant located on Saint-Denis Street is already well known for its fine cuisine. It offers tasty, vegetarian versions of Thai dishes that will not fail to impress you!

Sushi Momo

6
3609 rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC

Sushi Momo wasn’t always completely vegan, but recently made the switch. It includes all the classic sushi styles: nigiri, hosomaki, and futomaki, but people mostly visit for the chef's specialties such as sushi Volcan, made with sweet tofu, cucumber, avocado and tempura asparagus.

Little Sheep

7
50, rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal, QC H2Z 1C1

This restaurant introduces us to Mongolian cuisine and its famous fondue – or hot pot – in a buffet format. There’s a great selection of vegetables, greens and tofu and the veggie broth is very fragrant.

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