New restaurants for MTLàTABLE 2018

30 new restaurants are participating in this 7th edition of MTLàTABLE, which is taking place from November 1 to 11, 2018. These new restaurants will be offering three-course dinner menus for $23, $33 or $43 and some of them are even offering $17 brunches.

We’ve listed these new establishments below by neighbourhood.

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  • Aldea MTL - A tapas style Portuguese menu awaits you at this traditional restaurant in the Plateau area of Montréal.
  • Birona Mediterranean tapas and hummus bar – The Birona hummus bar is known for the quality and varieties of their hummus. The dishes range from vegan-pleasing creations to more carnivore-friendly ones.
  • Joséphine - Joséphine offers its diners beautiful fish and seafood dishes in an elegant space in the heart of Montréal’s Plateau. 
  • Chasse-Galerie – Le Chasse-Galerie serves a market cuisine featuring Québec products, from ingredients used in the kitchen to the plates the meals are served on. It’s a feast for the senses!
  • Radicelle - Farm to table cuisine is the name of the game at this lovely bistro located in the Plateau area of Montréal. 
  • India Rosa – Indian-influenced food and exotic cocktails are on the menu at this lovely spot that’s perfect for a 5 à 7 or a full-on meal.  


  • Boho – A tropical-themed menu and fabulous cocktails await you at this speakeasy bar found in Old Montréal.
  • John Michael's Pub - If you’re looking for a fun pub where burgers, poutines, fish and chips and great beer are on the menu, this Old Montréal restaurant is the way to go.
  • LOV McGill – With local and organic ingredients, this vegan and vegetarian restaurant will convince carnivores to stray from their regular diet. 
  • Pastel Restaurant – With a menu that changes often, with a heavy focus on Québec and Canadian ingredients, accolade-garnering Pastel satisfies the taste buds and the décor is a feast for the eyes.
  • Trattoria Gio – Italian food is everyone’s favourite and, at Trattoria Gio, you’ll get traditional dishes you’ll enjoy.
  • Mélisse – This gorgeous restaurant is a must any time of day. Visit for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or for a pre-meal cocktail. Dishes are created with local and seasonal ingredients.


  • Reuben's, Montreal’s Premier Deli and Steakhouse – Smoked meat, great salads and huge cheesecakes make this classic downtown spot a great place for a casual night out.
  • Gustave – Histoire de goût – Gustave serves up French cuisine-influenced dishes with a touch of Mediterranean inspiration.
  • LOV de la Montagne – With local and organic ingredients, this vegan and vegetarian restaurant will convince carnivores to stray from their regular diet. 
  • Nom Nom – The W Hotel in Old Montréal hosts this French-Asian-inspired restaurant. Menu items include the popular Nom Nom rice bowl, the French onion dumplings and the curry poutine! 
  • Restaurant Le XVI XVI – If you’ve never had a robot prepare your cocktail, then now is the time to experience it! Le XVI XVI serves French-influenced food in a high-tech ambiance. 
  • Siam Restaurant – This is the place for fine traditional Thai cuisine in a beautiful downtown setting.
  • SLK RD Restaurant – Opened just this October, items such as homemade ravioli and poke nachos are on the menu of this new establishment that’s already gathering a loyal clientele.
  • TABOO Cuisine Rebelle – 45 different types of mini-burgers, 17 different poutines and a vast array of tartare combinations await you at TABOO Cuisine Rebelle.
  • Restaurant bar le Kube – This lobby resto-bar located in the Bonaventure Hotel is a perfect place to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail or stay for a meal influenced by international cuisine in a relaxed ambiance.
  • Le Fuchsia – Located in Montréal’s Lasalle College, tasty and well-executed meals are prepared by students of the Hotel Management and Tourism program.


  • Chez Bouffe Café Bistro – A bistro wine-bar serving up market-fresh dishes with a focus on classics such as tartares, burgers, and fish and chips. All beers on its menu are made in Québec.
  • Rose Ross – Rose Ross uses seasonal and fresh local ingredients to create gourmet comfort dishes.
  • Hoogan et Beaufort – With this restaurant coming in at number 43 on Canada’s 100 best restaurants, what’s not to be impressed with? Its menu items focus on local ingredients such as vegetables and meats cooked on an open flame and its homemade pasta is a must-try!  Try them for dinner or for brunch.


  • Restaurant Wellington - French inspired dishes like tartares, pan-fried scallops and mussels with fries makes Verdun’s Restaurant Wellington a popular BYOB spot with locals.
  • Restaurant Les Street Monkeys – Cambodian flavours take center stage at this popular tapas-style resto-bar.


  • Venice MTL Saint-Henri – Walk into this space and you’ll feel like you’re in California. Bright colours, fun poke bowls, salads and soups along with great cocktails, smoothies and cold-pressed juices are all part of the Venice experience.
  • ASADO – From the team of shuttered HVOR comes ASADO, a South American barbecue-inspired restaurant where 90% of the menu is cooked over a bed of coals, from cocktails to desserts! 


  • La Bêtise ­– This tapas-style bar is a favourite with Montrealers wanting comfort food in a fun and comfortable atmosphere.


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Mayssam Samaha

Mayssam Samaha, blogger

Mayssam Samaha is a food and travel writer and blogger. She travels the world in search of the next culinary discovery. From Iceland to South Africa, she’s already visited over 30 countries and there’s nothing she enjoys more than wandering around a farmers’ market in a foreign city.

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