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    Best Restaurants In Montreal

    It is remarkably hard to get a good photo in many of Montreal’s dimly lit restaurants. You’re either standing on your chair or binding people with your flash while your food goes cold to take the perfect shot of your chicken poutine. For the sake of your dining experience, we have put together 7 Montreal restaurants that will give you some insight into what you can expect from the bustling food scene of the city.

    7 Remarkable Montreal Restaurants

    No list of the best Montreal restaurants would be complete without these 7 gems where you can have a quiet brunch or an intimate dinner with your loved ones:

    1. Yokato Yokabai

     

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    Situated on the corner of Rachel, Yokato Yokabai is the only ramen place in Montreal to serve tonkotsu broth. It is a classic dish that is prepared using pork bones and boiled in secret sauces for 12 hours. The restaurant serves both the chicken version and the vegetarian version of it. You may add your choice of protein (slow-cooked pork, tofu or soft boiled egg), toasted sesame seeds, pickled ginger, or spicy chili oil to the dish.

    Location: 4185 Drolet St, Montreal, QC H2W 2L5, Canada
    Timings: 11:30 AM – 3 PM, 5 PM – 10 PM (Monday – Thursday); 11:30 AM – 3 PM, 5 PM – 11 PM (Friday); 11:30 AM – 11 PM (Saturday); 11:30 AM – 10 PM (Sunday)
    What to eat: Tonkotsu broth, Kara-Miso broth

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    2. L’Express

     

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    L’Express is a decades-old restaurant that looks like it came straight out of a Parisian magazine. It serves the finest bistro food. They are known to serve complimentary French appetizers to the diners before proceeding to take their orders. The appetizers, namely Du Puy squid and lentil salad and marrow bones served with crispy toasts seasoned with sea salt, are to die for. They often alter their menu to include seasonal specials.

    Location: 3927 St Denis St, Montreal, QC H2W 2M4, Canada
    Timings: 8 AM – 3 AM (Monday – Friday); Saturday (10 AM – 3 AM); Sunday (10 AM – 2 AM)
    What to eat: Chicken liver pâté, Veal kidney in mustard sauce

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    3. Rotisserie Romados

     

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    You’re in for an exemplary gastronomic experience once you get past the long queue at Rotisserie Romados. Their spatchcocked chicken and greasy fries have, over a period of time, become an iconic dish of Montreal. The Portuguese-inspired dish is served with a salad and a whole bun. The restaurant bring both take-out and dine-in under one roof, blasting the age-old theory that the two should be kept separate.

    Location: 115 Rue Rachel E, Montréal, QC H2W 1C8, Canada
    Timings: 11 AM – 8 PM (Monday-Tuesday); 11 AM – 9 PM (Wednesday-Thursday); 11 AM – 10 PM (Friday), 10 AM – 10 PM (Saturday); 10 AM – 8 PM (Sunday)
    What to eat: Grilled chicken platter, Chicken poutine

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    4. Hoogan et Beaufort

     

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    Hoogan et Beaufort is one of the most happening restaurants in Montreal. The chefs use open hearths, wood burning grills and other kinds of live-fire equipment to whip up delicious meals. The results are exceptional. We suggest you go for the tasting menu, which usually includes a homemade pasta and grilled octopus served in a bed of creamy burnt-pepper yoghurt.

    Location: 4095 Rue Molson, Montréal, QC H1Y 3L1, Canada
    Timings: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM, 5:30 PM – 10:30 PM (Monday – Friday); 5:30 PM – 10:30 PM (Saturday); 10 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 PM – 10: 30 PM (Sunday)
    What to eat: Homemade pasta stuffed with ricotta and carrot, Rib steak

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    5. Bouillon Bilk

     

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    Bouillon Bilk is touted to be one of the best restaurants in Montreal, Canada. Its lunch menu is wildly popular among the who’s who of Saint-Laurent Boulevard. The restaurant is famous for crafting elaborate sculptures made using edible materials. The cooking is delicate and dramatic in equal measure. If you’re not a fussy eater, you will thoroughly enjoy your dining experience here.

    Location: 1595 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal, QC H2X 2S9, Canada
    Timings: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 PM – 11 PM (Monday – Friday); 5:30 PM – 11 PM (Saturday-Sunday)
    What to eat: Brown butter sea scallops, Foie gras over cutlets of duck

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    6. Candide

     

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    Out of all the Italian restaurants in Montreal, Canada, Candide takes the cake. The restaurant, situated on the south end of Joseph’s Church, has a knack for surprising diners with their menu that changes monthly. Every meal follows a similar format: two fixed starters followed by two mains and desserts of your choice. The zen-like ambience of the eatery and the freshness of the produce with which the dishes are prepared makes the restaurant a favourite among locals.

    Location: 551 Rue Saint-Martin, Montréal, QC H3J 2L6, Canada
    Timings: 6 PM – 11 PM (Wednesday – Sunday)

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    7. Restaurant Park

     

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    Restaurant Park is one of the best 5 star restaurants in Montreal for an authentic Japanese dining experience. Their sushi is famous all over the city. The chef skilfully combines his Korean and Brazilian heritage with Japanese traditions that he’s picked up on the job. If you’re in a pickle, ask for the omakase tasting. You cannot go wrong with this dish in one of the city’s poshest neighbourhoods.

    Location: 378 Victoria Ave, Westmount, QC H3Z 2N4, Canada
    Timings: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 PM – 11 PM (Monday – Friday); 10 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 PM – 11 PM (Saturday)
    What to eat: Beef tataki, British Columbia sea urchin

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    We hope our blog provided you a wealth of advice on which restaurant to dine at based on your personality. Our pick of the best Montreal restaurants will cater to your lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea requirements. If you eat (or drink) at any place apart from these in Montreal, make sure to leave your recommendations in the comment box. Book your vacation in Canada with TravelTriangle to explore the culinary scene of this beautiful city.

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