Top restaurants near Montreal’s Lionel-Groulx station

Whether you're passing through Lionel-Groulx metro station for work or for play, there's no shortage of great places to grab a bite within a 10-minute walk. Joe Beef was one of the first eateries to set up shop in the area in 2005 and today, over a decade later, the area is thriving. Take a look at some of the delicious options just a stone's throw away from this subway stop.

Joe Beef Restaurant

2491, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1N6

This is Montreal’s signature restaurant and many tourists visit the city just to experience a meal here and the hospitality of chef/owners David McMillan and Fred Morin. And even more so since Joe Beef was listed in 81st place of the world's best restaurants, published each year by British magazine Restaurant! The eatery is known for its dry-aged beef and fresh seafood. It'll hit you in the wallet, but it's worth it!

Restaurant EVOO

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

In the spirit of the artisans who built the Saint-Henri neighbourhood, the culinary team at EVOO put a lot of work into crafting each of the dishes on offer. The menu is French-inspired but modern and promotes local products. Pssst! This is one to bear in mind for brunch... something different!

Restaurant Satay

3721 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P8

They made a name for themselves at the Atwater Market, but in January 2015, brothers Alex and Matt Winnicki opened their own restaurant in Saint-Henri. So you can now have one of their delicious satays (skewered chicken, pork or shrimp) at any time, but we also go there for their unmissable fresh buns of the day and the very generous soup meals.

Restaurant Vin Papillon

2519, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1N6

While Joe Beef is known for its meat, its little brother, the Vin Papillon, specializes in vegetables... and natural wine! The place is inviting, friendly and unpretentious and the food that finds its way to your plate (and your glass) has been carefully grown and sourced. And that's why the restaurant is ranked fourth in the 2016 edition of Canada's 100 Best Restaurants!

Restaurant Sumac

3618, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P5

For a culinary journey to the Middle East, a stopover at Sumac is a must. The menu is fairly classic with its shawarma, falafels, hummus, cooked salads and other labneh, but will appeal to meat eaters and vegetarians alike. The textures, the flavours, the ambience, the service; everything is perfect... and the prices are very reasonable.


3459 rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P3

Are you looking for good Indian food? Rasoi is the place for you! This restaurant is run on four basic principles: fresh, quality ingredients, globally inspired Indian cuisine, a warm environment and welcoming staff. The menu boasts traditional Indian cuisine, reinvented in tapas format. A real treat!

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