Must-try Spanish restaurants in Montreal

Did you fall in love with Spain after a recent trip to Barcelona or Madrid? Don’t worry, you’re not alone, and luckily you don’t have to wait for your next trip to savour the flavours of Spain again. Montreal has several good places to eat that offer delicious Spanish dishes. Below we list the best!

Tapas 24

420, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1V3

Located in the heart of Old Montreal, Tapas 24 celebrates the cuisine of Barcelona. After having opened several restaurants in Spain, chef Carles Abellan chose Montreal for his first international location. On the menu you’ll find many classic and modern tapas – all delicious! With wooden tables and colourful benches, Tapas 24 offers a beautiful setting in addition to a tasty menu.

Bar A Tapas Tapeo

511, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1H5

Open since 2004 in Villeray, Tapeo has become a neighbourhood staple. Expanded and embellished since it first opened, the restaurant offers a Spanish-inspired cuisine that is sure to please. In groups or as a date between lovers, many hot and cold tapas are available to be shared and transport your taste buds to Spain..


345, rue Villeray, Montréal, QC H2R 1G8

Opened by the same owners as Tapeo, Mesón is a bistro-style restaurant that offers Spanish-inspired comfort food. The dishes at Mesón go beyond tapas to include meats, seafood and paella. The restaurant’s bright, modern dining area offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Casa Galicia Restrnt (A La)

2087, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3K8

Looking for a unique atmosphere? Casa Galicia offers authentic cuisine and decor. A flamenco show is organized every weekend, the perfect accompaniment to a delicious paella, zarzuela or one of the many other typical dishes on offer. Their pitcher of sangria is apparently one of the best in town!

Club Espagnol Du Québec

4388, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Z5

Located on the second floor of the building, Club Espagnol de Québec’s restaurant give you the feeling that you’re walking into a tiny village in Spain. The menu is just as authentic as the vibe, offering a wide selection of tapas and paella. If it’s simple, unfussy fare that you’re after, this no-frills locale is the perfect option.

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 Mother’s Day coming up, it’s time to think of an appropriate way to say “thank you” for all the great things that mothers do. And what better way than to sit down for some quality time over a delectable, perhaps even decadent, brunch. The Mile End has quite a few suitable destinations for just such a celebration, and we list them here. [Image credit:]
Mother's Day is fast approaching, and for many that means it’s time to invite their favourite Mom out for brunch! Whether it is for "deux œufs miroir" (two eggs fried in butter, served in a pan) or a croque-madame with béchamel sauce, you have an amazing variety to choose from in Montreal. Here are a few restaurants where you can enjoy brunch in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie.
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