Eat at home in Montréal

Robyn Fadden

Robyn Fadden is a Montréal-based writer and editor who searches out city secrets, new bands, life-changing art and things to do with her perpetually active kid. Robyn has covered major events for HOUR, MUTEK, ARTINFO, CKUT 90.3FM and more.

This article was updated on June 10, 2020. Click here for an updated list of restaurants open for delivery and take-out.

If you're used to eating at restaurants, you're still in luck in Montréal – many restaurants are still open for take-out and delivery, including gourmet destinations like Europea and L'Express and comfort food favourites Chez Tousignant and Gema. And don't miss out on sugar shack season – get a whole meal delivered!

Thumbnail

Québécois traditional dishes

Stop in for fresh bagels or have them delivered right to your door from St-Viateur Bagel or Fairmount Bagel Bakery. It's the traditional sugar shack season here in Québec, so why not make your own sugar shack experience at home? Get sugar shack meals for take-out or delivery from Labonté de la Pomme or Sucrerie de la Montagne. Order all things maple syrup at Délices Érable & Cie. And order online from the Au Pied de Cochon boutique for its creative take on sugar shack meals and much more.

Thumbnail

Gourmet Montréal restaurants

Among the many well-known restaurants offering take-out and delivery this month, try a new dish from Europea's chef Jérome Ferrer, who's serving up delectable “chef's boxes” made with local ingredients. If you're craving one of the classic dishes at L'Express or Restaurant La Chronique, you're able to make a reservation online for take-out. Chef Normand Laprise's Beau Mont Restaurant has installed a ready-to-eat at the counter for take-out. Chez Sophie offers an adjusted take-out menu and 25% discount on the wine list. And serve up another original from Pastaga. Timothée Vielajus, chef at the Foodlab, has prepared short videos explaining how to whip up his recipes at home.

Thumbnail

Comfort food and more

Incredible burgers, hot-dogs and poutine await for take-out at Chez Tousignant near the Jean-Talon Market. Bakery Patisserie Rhubarbe and restaurant Comptoir Rhubarbe both offer take-out brunch-time comforts. Get your fix of Mile End's Lawrence and Larry's with take-out and delivery. Go for incredible sushi creations from Jun I and Okini. If you're craving the best Chinese food in Montréal, don't hesitate to order take-out or delivery. Pick up an Italian pizza, pasta and more at Mano Cornuto, Vesta, Café Parvis and Gema. Get tacos from Grumman '78 in Saint-Henri. Or order produce, dairy, meat and more online from Lufa Farms, a Montréal rooftop-farm initiative that also partners with numerous local producers. You can order a meal from Tendresse, a vegan restaurant, and have it delivered to your home. If you want to help out your favourite Montréal restaurateurs, buy some merch or gift cards from Brunette, a Montréal-based online gourmet retailer. Vin Mon Lapin has transformed into Casgrain B.B.Q. to fill your chicken needs.

Things to do from home in Montréal

Robyn Fadden

Robyn Fadden is a Montréal-based writer and editor who searches out city secrets, new bands, life-changing art and things to do with her perpetually active kid. Robyn has covered major events for HOUR, MUTEK, ARTINFO, CKUT 90.3FM and more.

Enjoy the best of Montréal

The Tourisme Montréal newsletter gives you the inside scoop on everything happening in the city.

Moments nearby
[COVID-19] To keep informed about the current situation
Learn more