Enjoy lunch around Promenade Ontario

The Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood is constantly changing, which means there are, among other things, always some exciting new dining options to explore. The neighbourhood’s main artery, the Promenade Ontario is always buzzing – and with these dining options, worth a visit for lunch alone. Whether you live there or you are passing through, here are some of the great places to enjoy lunch on and around Promenade Ontario.

Atomic café

3606, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H1W 1R7

With its very original décor, the Atomic Cafe conjures up a kitsch atmosphere worthy of the 50s. Ideal for studying or reading a book, this is also a nice place for a bite to eat at lunchtime. The menu includes chili and sandwiches prepared on-site. Take a trip back in time while enjoying lunch!

Le Valois

25 Place Simon Valois, Montréal, QC H1W 0A6

With its retro decor and great design, Le Valois is one of the go-to restaurants on the Promenade Ontario. Among the dishes offered are French brasserie classics such as beef tartare, mussels and duck leg confit. Looking for a hamburger? Try the duck hamburger with foie gras!

Les Affamés

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

Les Affamés is a bistro with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere where fresh and local market products are featured. It offers burgers, pasta, gravlax, and salads, as well as a table d'hôte for lunch. If there’s one item on the menu that you shouldn’t miss, it’s the shredded pork burger!

Hoche Café

4299, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H1V 1K4

Located in the heart of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Hoche Café is a pleasant and welcoming place for enjoying lunch with friends. On the menu board are sandwiches, panini and salads. Don’t miss the goat cheese and squash salad on a bed of arugula, bean sprouts, pecans and cranberries!

Bistro La Cervoise

3976, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H1W 1S9

Open since 2007, Bistro La Cervoise offers game-based cuisine and local produce. The cozy setting is reminiscent of old taverns, and a perfect destination for an enjoyable lunch. Here you’ll fine game-based poutine with blue sauce, a braised game burger, and haddock fish & chips.

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