Original and local Montreal restaurants

High-quality Québec products, delicious international specialties and innovative cuisine are a few of the things to expect when taking a meal at one of these renowned Montreal eateries. 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.

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 and yoghurt with vegetables; and Piglet burger, caramelized apple, 2-year-old cheddar, smoked bacon, and arugula, served with fries. The wine list has a number of natural and organic wines all selected to accompany the food, which is served in a contemporary chic and sleek environment.

Les Enfants Terribles

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

Restaurant Les Enfants Terribles offers a brasserie-style menu composed of classic comfort 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.

La Bêtise

6015, rue Saint-Hubert, Montréal, QC H2S 2L8

Under the guidance of chef Phat Hong, La Bêtise offers savoury and comforting tapas dishes. Guests can sample a variety of plates, made with fresh and unusual flavours and an Asian touch. The menu offers numerous options: a tasting menu, à la carte, table d’hôte, and more. The wine list includes a diverse selection that pairs nicely with menu items, and eccentric cocktails are available as well. The ambiance is stylish and friendly.

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.

Restaurant Bota Bota

358 rue de la Commune O, Montréal, QC H2Y 2E2

Operated by the Auberge sur la Route catering service of Auberge Saint-Gabriel, the restaurant offers a seasonal menu continually enhanced with fresh local produce from the Québec region. From a floating dining room on the St. Lawrence River, guests can appreciate breathtaking views of the Old Port of Montréal.

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 Manitoba

271 Rue St Zotique O, Montréal, QC H2V 1A4

Restaurant Manitoba seeks to highlight the beauty and importance of the natural environment. Here, nature meets gastronomy, where earthy tones of wood, concrete and bare metal compose the relaxing backdrop to a menu that varies according to market arrivals and the whimsy of the chefs. The wine list includes natural and biodynamic private imports.

Restaurant EVOO

3426, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P2

An old school approach to cuisine with a touch of 21st century practices allows EVOO to offer a twist on contemporary French gastronomy. Borrowing from, among others, traditional Irish and southern Mediterranean kitchens, and using ingredients sourced both locally and seasonally, chefs Sophie Ouellet and Peter Saunders serve up brunch, lunch and dinner. A three-course group menu is available as are a two- and three-course lunch menu. The wine list is composed of private imports.

XO Le Restaurant

355, rue Saint-Jacques, Montréal, QC H2Y 1N9

At the crossroads of yesteryear and tomorrow lies the exclusive XO Le Restaurant in the Hotel Le St-James. Patrons not only delight in the innovative cuisine of chef Julien Robillard and his culinary team, featuring fresh seasonal ingredients, but also in the sumptuous decor of a dining room that exudes sophistication and elegance. The wine list includes a rich selection of treasures, carefully chosen by their own sommeliers, from the world's leading cellars.

Restaurant La Chronique

104, av Laurier O, Montréal, QC H2T 2N7

La Chronique serves up creative, market-fresh French-inspired cuisine prepared by chef-owners Marc De Canck and Olivier de Montigny, in an intimate, elegant atmosphere. The restaurant was granted the Wine Spectator Award for its selection of more than 250 labels.

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 direction of chef Mathias Théau, the restaurant lives up to the high quality of culinary training offered by the ITHQ.

Le Local

740, rue William, Montréal, QC H3C 1P1

Housed in a heritage building once occupied by a firm of architects, Le Local serves bistro-style cuisine against a minimalist backdrop: high ceilings, giant light wells, open-plan dining room, front patio and cocktail lounge. Chef Olivier Belzile offers a French menu with local Québec accents that pairs nicely with items from the excellent wine list drawn by renowned sommelier Patrice Daoust. A private room with a warm and contemporary atmosphere, a mixture of elegance and simplicity, welcomes business meetings.

Laurie Raphaël

2050, rue Mansfield, Montréal, QC H3A 1Y9

The know-how of a pre-eminent chef, the use of local products, and the originality of Québec artisans are the three ingredients that have made Laurie Raphaël famous. For some 30 years, chef Daniel Vézina has collaborated with regional producers to create a unique panorama of the province's gourmet delights. Even the place settings and décor – contemporary and warm – bear the signatures of Québec designers. The vast wine list and thoughtful service only add to the overall experience, which is continued in the adjoining boutique where homemade products and other exclusive culinary and artistic creations can be found.

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.

Les 400 Coups

400, rue Notre-Dame E, Montréal, QC H2Y 1C8

Established in Old Montreal in 2010, Les 400 Coups offers a stimulating and enriching culinary experience. The restaurant proposes a refined and accessible cuisine that promotes homegrown talent by using, as much as possible, local ingredients. The team is composed of passionate individuals who share their love for gastronomy, wine and service.

Decca 77 Restaurant

1077 rue Drummond, Montréal, QC H3B 4X4

DECCA77 gives guests the opportunity to experience two different types of cuisines and ambiances. First, the restaurant's fine cuisine menu offers contemporary French gastronomy created with fresh local and seasonal products, perfect for an intimate or romantic evening. Second, the venue's brasserie menu provides for fun fare, also prepared with fresh and local ingredients, at affordable prices and perfect for a quick bite before a night out on the town. An award winning wine list and a wide array of imported and specialty beers complete the dining experience.

Restaurant Mastard

1879 Rue Bélanger, Montréal, QC H2G 1B6

Chez Chose offers a menu that varies daily according to seasons and shipments of produce. The restaurant's owners prepare and serve high quality dishes in a relaxed, warm and familial setting.

Accords Bar A Vin Resto

212, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H2Y 1T3

Accords is one of the largest wine bars in the country. Wines from here and abroad have been chosen carefully, and cuisine is seasonal, prepared from high-quality Québec products. Desserts and bread are homemade, and coffee is fair trade and organic. Gluten-free menu items are 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.
Old Port and Old Montreal undoubtedly offer some of the best dining in the city. Discover where to savour a great meal! 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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