The Plateau's perfect plates in Montreal

Once the heart of French cuisine, the Plateau restaurants now offer a generous range of flavours. Tapas, sushis, samosas, meze, pastas, pizzas... the choices are almost infinite. MTL à TABLE invites you to discover them. 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.

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 tartare 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.

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.

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, a private bar, and a plasma screen television are also available.

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.

La Fonderie

964 rue Rachel E, Montréal, QC H2J 2J3

Founded in 1980, La Fonderie serves up a varied menu, including fondues – cheese, Chinese, Burgundian, chocolate – as well as tartiflette, raclette, onion soup, seafood, and broiled meats. Group menus are available as is the possibility to reserve the venue during the daytime for groups of over 20 people. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list to suit every taste and budget.


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.

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

GURU bistro indien

3464, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3L3

Serving up Québec-Indian fusion cuisine, Guru offers specialties including a tandoori chicken club sandwich with bacon, and a poutine with butter chicken. A personalized table d'hôte menu is also available at this unique bistro.

Le Square

162, rue Prince-Arthur E, Montréal, QC H2X 1B7

Located in the heart of a pedestrian thoroughfare, just in front of a lovely fountain, Le Square is a charming bring-your-own-wine restaurant. On the menu – savoury and plentiful French cuisine.


3863, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M4

An homage to the Mochica culture that flourished in northern Peru, this restaurant offers a varied and rich menu of fresh fish, seafood, duck, goat, and other meats from the grill, all prepared with Québec produce. Here, you can find ceviches and Pisco Sours (typical Peruvian cocktails), and privately imported wines and piscos.

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.


4040, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Y8

Restaurant, Wi-Fi café, bar or lounge? Trick question – it's all four. For a quick and quality lunch, a weekend brunch or just a glass of vino with friends anytime between noon and 3 a.m., this haunt – frequented by artists, photographers and neighbourhood faces – is the hangout of choice for the open-source crowd, the urban nature lover and all-around appreciators of sweet electronic ambiance. Smooth stuff indeed.

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.

Restaurant Sandhu

4548, av Papineau, Montréal, QC H2H 1V3

Restaurant Sandhu offers Indian and Italian cuisine with specialties including butter chicken, lamb Madras, pizza, scaloppini, and salmon tartare. An extensive wine list offers a diverse selection. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, and the bright décor is a mix of brick and wood bathed in natural light.

Restaurant La Raclette

1059, rue Gilford, Montréal, QC H2J 1P7

In the heart of the Plateau on a quiet street steps from the Laurier Métro station, this bring-your-own-wine restaurant serves up specialties including raclette, fondue and grilled delights. A large dining room with windows accommodates up to 90 people, while a private room hosts 25. A table d'hôte can be adapted to group needs. The ambiance is welcoming and tasteful, and the establishment has been in business for over 30 years.

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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