Montreal’s tastiest all-you-can-eat restaurants

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]


1365, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2L 1S2

Every Tuesday after 5:00 p.m., this poutine menu gets even better because the place turns into an all-you-can-eat diner! That means unlimited amounts of the restaurant’s signature poutines. And let it be known, the in-house concoctions are beyond incredible. We’re talking braised beef, smoked meat, gyro slices – they even have a filet mignon and blue cheese variation.

Restaurant Coréen Tianxa

2065, rue Bishop, Montréal, QC H3G 2E8

You probably don’t need to be sold on the awesomeness that is Korean BBQ but when it’s literally limitless, it’s always better. Located near Concordia University, this cozy eatery offers sautéed meats, traditional miso soup and steamed veggies, Korean-style pizza, and teriyaki everything. With an extensive and delicious variety and reasonable prices, this will be your new favourite buffet – if it isn’t already.

Sushi Crescent

1437, rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B2

Sushi is obviously amazing but it’s also a little on the pricey side – especially if you want good sushi. But this place manages to bring together top quality sushi with reasonable prices. With an all-you-can-eat menu, you can literally try everything and you won’t regret it. This is where newbies go to fall in love with sushi and connoisseurs go to load up on everything from crab to eel. (Just make sure you order slowly, adding to your order as you finish your plate. This place is all-you-can-eat, not all-you-can-order. You’ll be charged extra for uneaten rolls.)

Le Gras Dur

1660, rue Jarry E, Montréal, QC H2E 1B3

On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights, this Villeray locale serves up all-you-can-eat poutine, chicken wings, and pulled pork. We’re not sure we even need to go on here, but if that weren’t enough, the unlimited comfort food is yours for just $20. They offer plenty of other menu options but when chicken wings are unlimited, does it even matter?

Restaurant Le Milsa

1445A rue Bishop, Montréal, QC H3G 2E4

While vegetarians may want to avoid this place, meat-lovers will feel more than at home at this Brazilian all-you-can-eat meat-ery. Charbroiled, smoked, and barbecued meats sliced fresh onto your plate in unlimited supply makes this South American-style steakhouse the best thing since sliced bread for carnivores. Plus, the weekend price is under $30 and there is always live music and dance performances to spice up the evening even more.

Erabiliere Au Palais Sucré

864 Rang Chartier, Mont-Saint-Grégoire, QC J0J 1K0

No all-you-can-eat listing would be complete without the mention of at least one sugar shack. Located about an hour outside of Montreal, this reasonably priced sugar shack is the place to go for an unlimited supply of scrambled eggs, fried onions, smoked ham, potatoes, and of course, heaps of fresh maple syrup.

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