Thinking of taking your lover out to dinner for Valentine's Day? Head to the Plateau-Mont-Royal, where there's a whole host of fine and fetching restaurants...
Thanks to Montreal’s large Iranian population, there is no lack of great Persian restaurants in town to taste the flavours of this unique culture. Iranian cuisine is characterized by touches of saffron, dried lime, cinnamon, and parsley. Most meals starts with an Ash Reshteh, a traditional three bean, six herb and noodle soup and it is customary to end your meal with a glass of traditional Persian tea.
Considered the cultural heart of the city, the Quartier des spectacles has become one of the liveliest neighbourhoods in Montreal since the redevelopment of the Place des Festivals. It has eight public spaces that host an average of 40 festivals per year. Here is a list of restaurants where you can enjoy a bite to eat before or after your outing!
With its large, beautiful houses and pretty tree-lined streets, Westmount is undoubtedly Montreal's most exclusive neighbourhood. In recent years, many restaurateurs have chosen to open restaurants here, leading to an impressive selection to choose from. Here are some of the restaurants to discover in Westmount!
Through hard work, perseverance and tenacity, these famous women chefs have managed to break through, making a name for themselves in a world that is less and less dominated by their male colleagues. Here are some of the best venues in Montreal where they will welcome you.
Formerly a working class neighbourhood, Griffintown has undergone a profound transformation over the last decade. Many restaurants have chosen to settle in this neighbourhood located between the Bonaventure highway, rue Notre Dame and rue Guy, just steps from the Lachine Canal. Here are some places to discover in this popular destination for Montrealers.
Meat pie, stew, stuffed turkey, ice cream logs, maple fudge - Christmas is often synonymous with culinary decadence, but after the excess come the resolutions. Here are some restaurants that will help you get back in shape after the gastronomic indulgences of the holiday season!
The Japanese izakaya is quickly taking over the Montreal restaurant scene. In case you’re wondering: an izakaya is a Japanese pub that serves tapas-style dishes, and Montreal has plenty of them to choose from. Kampai!
It’s hard to believe that this tasting event held in Old Montreal is already celebrating its 10th anniversary – a decade of deliciousness that is clearly a testament to its popularity!  Held from January 5 to February 5, 2017, Happening Gourmand offers excellent tables d’hôte menus ranging in price from $23 to $30. This year, nine restaurants are participating, so you have plenty to choose from. [image credit: iStock]
Montréal en Lumière is back for its 18th edition, this time shining the spotlight on the French city of Lyon - one of the world’s premier culinary destinations. A slew of gastronomic events satisfying all tastes, occasions and budgets is slated to kick off on February 23rd. If you feel overwhelmed by the multitude of choices, our curated list is here to help you out. Hurry, some events have already sold out. [Image: iStock]
From 3 to 13 November 2016, 150 Montreal restaurants will be taking part in MTLàTABLE, which celebrates its 5th anniversary this year. Thanks to the formula of three courses for $21, $31 or $41, it’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and try something new while staying on budget. So without further ado, here’s a guide to what’s on offer (menus are subject to change). [photo credit: Susan Moss]
The days of Prohibition were an attempt to legislate morality and deemed alcohol as evil. With this came the birth of the speakeasy; hidden bars without signs or visible entrances where people could still enjoy their favourite cocktails. That charm and mystery continues today, and Montreal is a haven! Check out these standout speakeasies hidden away around the city.[Image credit: iStock.com/Jitalia17]
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