Poutine is serious business. Why else would this delicacy be given its own official week? Prepare your stomach, because from February the 1st to 7th, you will be putting it through a whole host of emotions and flavours! And this year, Poutine Week will also be celebrated elsewhere on the planet... even as far as Australia! But there's no need to go that far. Here is our top 25 picks to be found in Montreal restaurants.
And it's a sixth time in a row for the MTLàTABLE festival, playing matchmaker between foodies and Montreal’s fine food establishments. From November 2 to 16, choose from $21, $31 or $41 multi-course meals to start your culinary journey right here in Montreal. Here’s what’s on the menu at some of the restaurants taking part. Please note that they may be modified without notice. [image credit: Lavigne/Ariane Thibeau]
“Everyone loves pizza!” This phrase is used to present the very first Montreal Pizza Week. From the 24th to the 31st of October, fans of this wonderful Italian pie can sample and even vote for their favourite in 10 categories, including thin crust, calzone, dessert pizza and gluten-free. More than 25 restaurants are participating in the event, and you can get to know a few of them here. [Photo of Pizzeria Napoletana]
Taco Week is back in Montreal, and we’re happy to enjoy a second serving! This year’s mission carries over from last year: letting  you discover tacos for less than $10 at one of the many participating restaurants. Chicken tandoori, marinated pork, grilled octopus... you have a week to try them all! Here are some of the establishments that await you from October the 21th to the 28th.
Let’s face it, we’re only happy about Thanksgiving because we get a day off from work! It’s not a big holiday like our neighbours to the south but that doesn’t mean we can’t go out and celebrate with a good meal and a fun experience. Here are some fun Montreal alternatives to the traditional turkey dinner. We’re thankful that we live in Montreal with all of these amazing restaurants!
Opting to have a salad used to mean that you were on a diet, but not anymore! Today there are so many unique combinations and eating salad is now about satisfying a craving, not going on a diet. We love clean eating when it tastes good! [image creditl: iStockphoto]
The only thing better than a mouth-watering meal is an endless supply of it. Here are some of the city’s best all-you-can-eat dining spots for anyone who really enjoys good food and getting your money’s worth – so, basically, everyone! [image credit: iStockphoto]
It’s that time of year again! Restaurateurs from Montreal to Vancouver - via the United States and even Port-au-Prince (!) - are competing to offer very delicious special hamburgers as part of the sixth annual Burger Week. In Montreal, 40 or so establishments and their burgers await. We present them here to you, with a complete list of menus coming soon. [image credit: Burger Week]
If fine sushi is your idea of the perfect meal, then you won’t want to miss this list of Montreal’s best. Here are some of the top sushi spots in and around the island – even for vegan sushi lovers! [image credit: iStock]
When we think of Mother’s Day we tend to think of brunch, but plenty of mothers would rather go out for dinner! These restaurants are open on Sunday nights, including Mother’s Day, and vary from French, to Italian, to Syrian, to Spanish and more. There is something for every mother and their finicky palate![image credit: iStock]
Montreal has plenty of Thai restaurants awaiting your discovery. Take the opportunity to expand your knowledge of Asian cuisine by trying any of the authentic Thai restaurants below. You’ll find that Thai food is so much more than pad Thai, although an authentic pad Thai is hard to beat ;) [image credit: iStock]
Ramen restaurants are popping up all over Montreal, but for those less versed in this Japanese specialty, choosing the right spot can be a daunting task. There is a difference between tonkotsu, shoyu and miso broths, as well as the ramen noodles and accompanying meat. The trifecta of ramen is broth-noodles-meat; and we’ve strictly evaluated all these restaurants, highlighting their strengths. [Photo: Yokato Yokabai]
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