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BELON – This downtown restaurant specializes in the best and freshest seafood available from sustainable sources, with a special focus on oysters.
Henri Brasserie Française - Named after Henri Birks and located inside the new Birks Hotel, Henri Brasserie Française is a magnificent new brasserie with the same opulence as the Birks institution.
Hôtel Monville – With a menu inspired by international cuisines and a décor that’s welcoming and trendy, Hôtel Monville is the perfect place to grab a bite.
Restaurant Samuel de Champlain – Modern elegance meets old-school opulence at Samuel de Champlain, where classic dining options and original creations pair seamlessly.
Sho-Dan Restaurant – A fixture in downtown Montréal since 1998, Restaurant Sho-Dan serves traditional Japanese food with a twist, from classic sushi to fusion dishes.
Kinoya Kushi Bar – Kinoya Kushi Bar is Montréal’s first kushikatsu restaurant, serving a wide variety of deep-fried Japanese skewers as well as other dishes in a funky ambiance.
Les Enfants Terribles - Cantine – The menu at this neighbourhood restaurant is classic bistro fare inspired by French and English cuisines.
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Bistro Tendresse – With a Pinterest-decor and a most friendly staff, Bistro Tendresse’s bold menu is a veritable trip around the world… and it just happens to be vegan too!
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La Catrina – Authentic Mexican food is on the menu at La Catrina, a restaurant located in the heart of Old Montréal.
Chef's Table MTL – An inventive menu proudly displaying seasonal and local ingredients and a touch of creative madness await you at Chef’s Table MTL.
Jacopo – Indulge in a grand Italian feast at charming Jacopo, a cozy yet trendy eatery enviably located right in the heart of the action on Place Jacques Cartier.
Un Po Di Piu - Get transported to Italy via Un Po Di Piu! The Old Montréal restaurant is inspired by the Italian slow life and transforms from caffè to spritz bar throughout the day, with delicious bites to boot.
Restaurant Õréa – French cuisine has never looked as good as it does at Õréa, a fine dining establishment serving dishes that are as beautiful to look at as they are delicious.
Maison Saint-Paul – Old Montréal’s Maison Saint-Paul pairs an elegant cuisine with a wide selection of bubbly, which you can slash on site!
Restaurant Le Speakeasy - Step through Restaurant Le Speakeasy’s secret door into a 1930 Prohibition décor where you can enjoy international flavours and great cocktails away from the crowds.
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Little Italy and Villeray
Cœur de Loup - Inspired by Lyon’s “bouchons” and influenced by chef Fabrizzia Rollo’s Italian heritage and Québec’s premium products, Cœur de Loup is a happy mélange that is 100% coherent and delicious.
Darna bistroquet – Darna means “our house” in Moroccan and reflects the feeling one has when visiting this cozy restaurant. The menu is inspired by the sunny Moroccan cuisine.
Beau Mont Restaurant – The latest restaurant from the Toqué! group is a sophisticated affair with impeccable service and elegant cuisine in a stunning modern décor.
Corneli Restaurant – Corneli Restaurant has been serving up traditional Italian cuisine in Montréal for the past 60 years. Enjoy scrumptious pastas and pizzas, comforting osso bucco and more in a buzzing ambiance.
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Quartiers du Canal
Foxy – The veteran restaurateur duo of Olive & Gourmando fame is behind this critically acclaimed restaurant where everything is cooked over a live flame or in a wood-burning oven.
© Gilles Lauzon
Marriott Courtyard Airport - YUL Restaurant Bar – The Marriot Courtyard Aéroport - YUL Restaurant & Bar is far beyond your usual airport hotel dining experience and features an internationally inspired menu that appeals to all tastes.
Plateau-Mont-Royal and Mile End
JackRose – JackRose is a new eatery serving an internationally inspired menu in bold surroundings punctuated by lush greenery that lends a tropical ambiance to the restaurant.
Restaurant Medina – The exotic cuisine of the Maghreb (Northwest Africa) is featured at this welcoming Plateau restaurant. Here, you can enjoy a tajine with a side of award-winning belly dancing on weekends.
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Pôle des Rapides
Restaurant Miel – Chef Hakim Chajar’s Pointe-Saint-Charles restaurant is cozy and welcoming and serves a menu that’s simple and focused on seasonal ingredients with a touch of the chef’s Moroccan background.
La Bêtise (Verdun) – A varied tapas menu with a slight Asian inspiration are on the menu at La Bêtise, together with inventive mains and a great wine list.
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