MTL à TABLE 31$ menus

For a mere 31$ – before tax and tip – you can taste the best of what Montreal restaurants have to offer during MTL à TABLE. Here’s a non-exhaustive list of participating establishments. Visit the official website for a complete listing. The MTL à TABLE event will be celebrated from October 29 to November 8. To make a reservation, select a restaurant and simply tap the "Book a Table Now" or "Call Restaurant" button.

Quattro Ristorante

17, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1S5

Owned by three experienced restaurateurs from various parts of Italy and Sicily, Ristorante Quattro on Notre-Dame Street West (corner Saint Laurent), is Old Montréal's newest contemporary Italian restaurant. Chef Adamo Romano serves up the very best in pasta, fish, and veal, with house favourites such as grilled calamari, homemade gnocchi, and breaded veal scaloppini topping the list. Like the menu, the wine list covers all regions of Italy with vintages to complement any dish. With its New York urban chic décor, this casual eatery features delicious Italian fare from Monday to Saturday, with musical entertainment on Thursdays nights.

Restaurant La Prunelle

327, av Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2W 1J1

La Prunelle is a bring-your-own-wine establishment on Duluth Street in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal. Offering seasonal French cuisine prepared with local produce, the restaurant is conveniently located just minutes from the Quartier des spectacles.

Bar A Tapas Tapeo

511 Rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1H5

Tapeo's menu and setting might make you think you wandered off the sun-soaked streets of Spain. Simple, yet infinitely elegant, this gourmet dining spot serves a gorgeous selection of tapas served frias or caliente-from crusted tilapia to sardine escabèche, accompanied by the house's excellent selection of Spanish vintages. Great ambiance, friendly and knowledgeable staff, plus mouth-watering eats... uno, dos, tres - olé!


444, rue McGill, Montréal, QC H2Y 2G1

A pizzeria and wine bar, Nolana is conveniently situated at the crossroads of Old Montréal, the Quartier international, and the Cité Multimédia.

Restaurant Verses

100, rue Saint-Paul O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1Z3

In the 19th century building that houses the chic Hôtel Nelligan, Verses Restaurant offers contemporary, refined, French-inspired, and market-fresh cuisine, where guests can enjoy Chef Clément Rodarie's signature dishes like truffle-crusted beef tenderloin, or sample regional favorites, including bison tartar and foie gras. The extensive wine list is palatably priced, and the intimate ambiance is enhanced by a fireplace and a striking wine cellar. A few steps away is Verses Bar, located in a soaring atrium amid fountains and vegetation. Large, flexible private halls can accommodate any function, from corporate meetings to wedding receptions.

Bar Tapas Taza Flores

5375 av du Parc, Montréal, QC H2V 4G9

Bar Tapas Taza Flores is a restaurant/bar offering Mediterranean-inspired appetizers and joie de vivre. Flamenco shows are presented every last Wednesday of the month during autumn and winter in an eclectic, warm, and enchanting atmosphere.


1449, rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B2

This one-stop entertainment venue includes a bistro, bar, and nightclub, spread over three levels providing for three different atmospheres and lifestyles. The bistro serves up contemporary French cuisine, the bar hosts live bands and DJs from Thursday to Saturday, and the nightclub welcomes guests to a lounge-style ambiance, all in the heart of downtown Montréal.

Restaurant Kyomi

7660, boul Newman, Lasalle, QC H8N 1X8

Founded in 2008, Kyomi is characterized by fresh Asian fusion cuisine, impeccable service, and an upscale, exotic atmosphere. This bring your own wine restaurant seats 300 people, and a mezzanine can host both small and large groups.

Plein Sud

222, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2T 1P3

Open since 2008, Plein Sud welcomes guests with the flavours of Southern France. Signature dishes include Corsican sautéed veal and braised lamb shank with rosemary. The atmosphere is casual, typical of the region, a warm décor with accompanying Corsican music and lounge sounds.

Le Valois

25 Place Simon Valois, Montréal, QC H1W 0A6

Located right at the heart of Montréal’s bubbly and dynamic Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood, Le Valois offers unique brasserie creations inspired by local produce and French history. Under the guidance of Chef Thomas Gineis, the restaurant offers specialties like foie gras, tartar, black pudding and smoked fish. Group menus are available, as are wines by the glass and a vast selection of privately imported bottles. The décor impresses with a cherry wood interior, colourful stained glass, and Parisian bistro flair. Meanwhile, the large outdoor patio overlooks the scenic Place Simon-Valois.

Le Darlington Steakhouse

380, boul René-Lévesque O, Montréal, QC H2Z 0A6

Open since September 26, 2013, Darlington is a steakhouse proud to serve you AAA certified Angus beef (aged at least 28 days) and various other grilled specialties and savoury dishes. The lunchtime table d'hôte starts at $19, and the friendly happy hour (4 p.m. to 7 p.m.) provides an opportunity for warm gatherings. The venue's 11th floor hall can accommodate events of all kinds and offers spectacular views of the city.


345, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1G8

Mesón is a casual, one-of-a-kind bistro offering a variety of fresh, comforting, and unique Spanish-inspired dishes. Fish, seafood, poultry, and meat are prepared in a simple manner, aromatized with a balance of spices, olive oil, and vinegar. Specialties include Croquettes de Serrano, Cocas (flatbreads), Chuleta de cerdo (a pork chop and white beans with jamón and yerez), and Zarzuela (a Spanish bouillabaisse with turbot and mussels). A selection of Spanish wines and cocktails has been thoughtfully chosen to be paired with items on the menu. The décor, a mix of modern and rustic elements, is relaxed, warm, and inviting.

Les Enfants Terribles

209, rue de la Rotonde, Verdun, QC H3E 0B8

Restaurant Les Enfants Terribles offers a brasserie-style menu composed of classic comforting dishes, including tartar, shepherd’s pie, mac n’cheese, and burgers. The wine list has been carefully put together by renowned sommelier, Élyse Lambert, and the warm and relaxed atmosphere brings to mind the charm of a neighbourhood restaurant.

Kinoya Bar à Tapas Japonais

4250 rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2K8

Modernity and tradition meet simplicity and refinement in this Japanese bistro or izakaya. Offering market-fresh dishes that can be shared among guests, Kinoya serves up specialties like salmon tartar with honey and wasabi sauce; squid marinated in sake; barbecued eel; and ramen. From the bar, wines, beers, sakes, and Japanese whiskies can quench your thirst amid an atmosphere that melds textures, colours, and flavours. Group menus are available upon request.

Brasserie Central

4858, rue Sherbrooke O, Westmount, QC H3Z 1H1

Serving brunch, lunch, dinner, wine, and cocktails, Brasserie Central provides numerous specialties, including Serrano ham with parmesan and truffle honey oil, as well as an oyster bar. Special offer include a $20 table d'hôtes for lunch during the week. The pub-style atmosphere is relaxed, classic, and cozy, perfect for a date or special events. An outdoor patio offers pleasant views of Sherbrooke Street West. A Happy Hour menu of Pinxos (tapas) from Monday to Saturday is not to be missed.

Accords - Le bistro

22, rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal, QC H2X 1K4

An urban bistro with a menu influenced by Québec produce, Accords offers specialties including: Stanstead rabbit in an open-faced ravioli with mushrooms; Organic marinated salmon, yoghurt with vegetables; and Piglet burger, caramelized apple, 2-year-old cheddar, smoked bacon, and aragula, served with fries. The wine list has a number of nature and organic wines all selected to accompany the food, which is served in a contemporary chic and sleek environment.

Chez Ma Grosse Truie Chérie

1801, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2K 1T5

In a retro-futuristic décor worthy of a Jules Verne novel, Chez Ma Grosse Truie Chérie delights foodies with dishes prepared exclusively with Québec produce, including pork, beef, salmon, oysters, and mussels. Some menu items in particular, like salmon, pork chops, and ribs are applewood-smoked on site. The wine list offers selections from Québec vineyards as well as private imports. A courteous and attentive staff welcomes guests with several rooms that can accommodate groups, families, and one-on-one gatherings. The restaurant also has a pleasant inner courtyard that can be heated during the fall.

La Maison Du Magret

102 rue Saint-Antoine O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1J6

Located in the vault area of a former bank, La Maison du Magret is a fine blend of the traditional and the contemporary. Serving up delights from southwestern France, the restaurant offers a diversity of specialties, including foie gras in a several forms—torchon-style, in a block, escalope, and Périgourd tourin. Other favourites include roasted duck breast, seasoned with Espelette pepper and topped with foie gras sauce. The wine list includes private imports and items selected specifically to complement the menu.

Au Petit Extra Restaurant

1690, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2L 1S7

Solidly established in an area less frequented by tourists, Au Petit Extra has an identity all its own. For over 30 years now, the friendly bistro adjacent to the Cabaret du Lion d’Or is defined by its urban vibe and French cuisine—classic and affordable—that have for a long time earned widespread acclaim from an eclectic clientele.


5329, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2T 1S5

Japanese pub meets French bistro at this establishment where Chef Hachiro Fujise offers Japanese classics such as ramen, salmon tataki, and chicken karaage. The wine list has several organic selections, and a private room with bar and audio visual equipment can accommodate many types of group events.

Wilfrid sur Laurier

222 Laurier O, Montreal, QC H2T 2N8

Renowned chef Michel Ross heads the kitchen, offering French/American seasonal dishes with an emphasis on vegetables. Specialties include hanger steak with aligot, confit lamb shoulder with cabbage, apples and vadouvan, and sweetbreads with a white-beer froth. The ambiance is casual and elegant.

Bistro-Brasserie Les Soeurs Grises

32, rue McGill, Montréal, QC H2Y 3W5

Built on the former grounds of the Grey Nuns’ Convent, the Bistro Brasserie Les Soeurs Grises serves up artisan beers and house-brewed varieties, along with kitchen specialties prepared with local produce. The atmosphere is trendy and laid-back, and, for corporate gatherings or private parties, the venue offers a Mezzanine which can accommodate up to 30 people, and, on the ground floor, the Brewpub, for groups of 10 to 125.

Les Incorruptibles

1432, rue Fleury E, Montréal, QC H2C 1R8

Les incorruptibles, a gourmet restaurant for fine diners, brings nothing but quality to the table: tartare, tataki, duck foie gras, grilled octopus and oysters, among other things. But what we also like about this Ahuntsic establishment is its vision. The products that we find on our plates are, for the most part, local and seasonal. Many of the wines served are organic. The beers, spirits and wines are also local. The vintage furniture has been recovered. Needless to say: this is has plenty of sustainability cred to go with its great food!

Restaurant Chambre à part

3619, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3L6

Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill

1254, rue MacKay, Montréal, QC H3G 2H4

Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill has become, in a little more than a decade, a must on the Montréal jazz scene. Open 7 days a week, weekdays and evenings, Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill masters the grill and serves up delicious burgers, seafood, pasta and salads along with a diverse musical menu in a warm and inviting decor. Music enthusiasts and musicians appreciate the intimate setting where they enjoy the much-celebrated theme nights.

La Récolte Espace Local

764, rue Bélanger, Montréal, QC H2S 1G6

At La Récolte, local and organic products are prepared with a farm-to-table philosophy in a casual chic environment that makes use of recycled materials. The restaurant offers tasting menus with specialties including Tataki Beef, pan-fried gnocchi, and soy-maple sauce; and cheese curd stuffed morels. Among beverage options are a wine list mainly composed of organic wines, microbrews, and a house cocktail.

Restaurant de l'ITHQ

3535, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3P1

Inaugurated in 2005, the Restaurant de l'Institut on Saint-Denis Street can accommodate 60 seated guests in a large and airy space overlooking the beautiful Square Saint-Louis. During the week, the kitchen and dining room welcome finishing students from the Institut de tourisme et d'hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ), who come to practice their classroom education under the watchful eyes of their teachers. Through its fresh, Québec cuisine prepared under the helm of Chef Mathias Théau, the restaurant lives up to the high quality of culinary training offered by the ITHQ.


6389, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2S 3C3

Under the guidance of Chef Martin Juneau, and in a hip, relaxed setting designed by local firm Cabinet Braun-Braën, Pastaga offers delicious signature dishes, including a pork belly in a brown sugar glaze atop a parsnip pancake. Open since 2011, the venue focuses on local products and offers a wine list comprising mainly organic vintages.

L'Atelier d'Argentine Downtown

1458, rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B6

L’Atelier d’Argentine Downtown offers a variety of group menus to satisfy all tastes and budgets. Signature dishes include Cuarteto empanadas, Chorizo de Mariscos, and Milanesa de Pollo. Vintages from Argentina and the rest of the world grace the restaurant's extensive wine list. This is the second Montréal location for the restaurant; the original L’Atelier d’Argentine is in the Old Port.

Madre Sur Fleury

124, rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T4

Under the watchful eye of Chef Mario Navarette, Madre sur Fleury offers the same appetizing deal as Madre sur Masson: BYOW, an appetizer included with the price of main dish, tasting and à la carte menus and delicious, seasonal latin-inspired cuisine, including specialties such as ceviche and pan-seared fish. A modern, peaceful, and spacious environment complete the dining experience. The venue can be reserved in its entirety.

Restaurant Chez Victoire

1453, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1Z1

Located in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal, Chez Victoire serves bistro and refined cuisine, prepared with eco-responsible, local products, in a retro, relaxed, and convivial atmosphere. The venue's mezzanine, which overlooks the main dining room, can be transformed into a private hall for special events, welcoming up to 70 people for cocktail parties and 60 for a seated menu. Music, private bar, and a plasma screen television are also available.

The North, the East, Griffintown, Little Italy… Wherever you are in town, a good table awaits you nearby! Let us help you discover the best restaurants in every corners of the city with our playlist that covers great establishments. The MTL à TABLE event will be celebrated from October 29 to November 8. To make a reservation, select a restaurant and simply tap the "Book a Table Now" or "Call Restaurant" button.
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