Good eats around Montreal’s Place-Saint-Henri metro

A unique and emerging neighbourhood, Saint-Henri is attracting more and more young adults settle there, and a host of local shops have emerged to serve these new occupants. Whether you’re in the area for business or pleasure, here's a list for those looking for a table within 10 minutes’ walk from the metro station Place-Saint-Henri. [Image credit: iStock.com]

Café Le Bitoque

1
3706, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P7

This charming Portuguese restaurant blends modernity and tradition, offering a tapas-style menu to share or more traditional fare such as lamb shank braised in Porto (their signature dish). The atmosphere is casual and – the icing on the cake – you can bring your own wine!

H4C Place St-Henri

2
538, Place Saint-Henri, Montréal, QC H4C 2R9

It’s already been three years since H4C first occupied the premises of a former 19th-century post office (renovated!), just outside the metro station. Amid modern decor, which in no way contradicts the history of the building, enjoy many different and sought after gourmet dishes, where textures are central in the experience. Tandoori octopus, marinated mackerel, duck breast, iced carrot – everything is delicious and will leave you satisfied. In short, good, innovative and healthy food that I recommend without hesitation!

Restaurant Cho

3
4450 rue Notre-Dame O, Montreal, QC H4C 1S1

Here’s where you’ll find Asian comfort food at its best! In fact, Cho blends Asian and Quebec inspirations to deliver exceptional fusion cuisine. Seafood, meat, buns and tofu: there is something for everyone. Plus, in summer the terrace is always full until late at night.

Tacos Frida

4
4350 rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 2W6

You'll really have to look up the address to find this little establishment. But what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for with big Mexican flavours. The tacos are fresh, authentic, crisp, and absolutely delicious. And don’t forget to grab some churros to go.

Le Smoking Vallée

5
4370 rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1R8

With a menu that changes with the arrival of fresh produce, Le Smoking Vallée is probably one of the best bring-your-own-wine restaurants in Saint-Henri... if not in Montreal. It serves traditional French cuisine with a little je ne sais quoi. The minimalist décor adds to the sort of bistro-chic that will charm your date for sure!

Restaurant Ôzeu O'Boeuf

6
4293, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1R7

One address, but two restaurants, two menus, and two distinct experiences. What a concept! In the morning and afternoon, Ôzeu offers almost everything you can imagine to start the day. In the evening, O’Bœuf has the best burgers in town. For real! They grind their meat on location, so you choose how your steak is cooked and enjoy a burger medium-rare rather than well-cooked... wow!

Grumman '78 (Food Truck)

7
630 rue de Courcelle, Montréal, QC H4C 3C5

This restaurant is the extension of the food truck known for dishing out incredible tacos on the streets of Montreal. On site, in addition to tacos, they serve roast duck, fried chicken, and some inspired and inspiring entrées!

La Luncheonette

8
4271, rue Saint-Jacques, Montréal, QC H4C 1J7

The shiny new diner is operated by two half-sisters who are reproducing traditional family recipes they ate during their youth. It’s the ideal place to enjoy a good, comforting meal (like soup or a chili bowl) at an affordable price!

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