Valentine's Day take-out and delivery in Montréal

Tommy Dion

Tommy is the founder of the blog and gourmet guide Le Cuisinomane, whose mission is to showcase Québec’s local products and gastronomy. With an in-depth knowledge of Montréal’s food scene, his expertise and professionalism make him a trusted source for all the best food spots and experiences in Montréal. In addition to tasting and writing about food, Tommy also creates content for brand, always related to food and gastronomy.

Montrealers may be staying home, but we’re still marking special days on the calendar in style. We’ll be bringing the best of Montréal restaurants to our candlelit tables for a romantic Valentine’s Day at home! Local chefs are pulling out all the stops to treat us to special menus that will add sparkle to any intimate tête-à-tête. Here are a few to whet your appetite.

Trifecta (Club Chasse et Pêche, Le Filet, Le Serpent)

219 du Mont-Royal Avenue West | Website

This Valentine's Day, hit the ultimate trifecta with menus conceived by the seasoned teams at Le Club Chasse et Pêche, Le Filet and Le Serpent. Begin with a starter of oysters with a crispy truffle gratin, followed by a mackerel rillettes and a sumptuous vol-au-vent lobster and veal sweetbread. Then comes a main course of Québec lamb served two different ways. Finish with a white chocolate, raspberry and vanilla cake with coconut biscuit by pastry chef Masami Waki. The menu is $245 for two and includes a bottle of Burgundy red wine. Order for delivery or pick-up your feast at Le Filet restaurant.

Rose Ross

3017 Masson Street | Website

The charming couple behind Rose Ross are offering their “boîte tendresse”, available on February 12, 13 and 14, by pre-order only. This delectable box, which can be prepared at home in no time at all, contains a four-course meal with winter vegetables, Cornish chicken and a white chocolate and red fruit meringue tart. Will the little ones be at home on Valentine’s Day? No problem! Share the love with the “mini tendresse” box, a kid-sized two-course menu that is sure to delight.

Bo’Dégât – Tapas et vin

1292 Beaubien Street East | Website

Located in Rosemont–La-Petite-Patrie, the Bo’Dégât (phonetically, “bodega”, or “wine bar” in Spanish), offers a Valentine's Day menu with Iberian flavours. Packed with tapas ranging from the classic pan con tomate and cod fritters to garlic shrimp, Galician octopus and lamb kebabs, it’s sure add a special touch to your evening. Reservations must be made by February 11, with pick-up at the restaurant.

Le Quartier Général

1251 Gilford Street | Website

Le Quartier Général on the Plateau makes Valentine’s Day special with a gourmet five-course flavour-filled menu requiring a minimum of preparation – and you don’t even have to step outside. Make the evening last a little longer with extras like foie gras, oysters or a trio of cheeses with condiments. The special menu is available from February 10 to 14, at a cost of $58 per person.

H4C par Dany Bolduc

538 Place Saint-Henri | Website

Chef Dany Bolduc and his team offer a three-part Valentine's Day menu. First, the signature house sourdough bread makes the perfect accompaniment to several of their homemade favourites: cream cheese, liver mousse, tzatziki and hummus. For the main course, the culinary magic continues with Osso Buco, served with mushrooms and gremolata. Then, for a sweet finish, Chef Erik Champagne proposes a blood orange and chestnut tart. Take the menu to the next level by adding a bouquet of flowers from Florilège for $30. A magical evening guaranteed!

Marché Artisans (Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth)

900 René-Lévesque Blvd. West | Website

Chef Baptiste Peupion and his team offer not one, not two, but four special menus to celebrate Valentine's Day at home. Customize your meal according to your tastes by choosing from their “Land”, “Sea”, "Surf & Turf”" and “Vegetarian” menus with delicacies like lobster, Québec veal tenderloin, beef tataki, scallops and Black Forest cake. Each box includes two cocktails and a bottle of Prosecco. The special menus are available from February 10 to 28, with delivery available in the greater Montréal area.

Maison Boulud

1228 Sherbrooke Street West | Website

Treat yourself to the luxury of Maison Boulud in the comfort of your own home, with a four-course menu that is sure to delight every palate. Fresh, fabulous flavours grace the menu – the perfect way to set the mood for an unforgettable evening. You can also dial up the gourmet experience with a terrine of foie gras and/or a caviar-blinis duo. The menu is available from February 11 to 14, by reservation only.


6778 Saint-Laurent Blvd. | Website

The Ratafia dessert bar may have been closed in January, but the team has been working hard behind the scenes to prepare for their reopening – which just happens to coincide with Valentine's Day! Enjoy the exclusive menu that includes a small bouquet of flowers, delicious little sweets, a “pre-dessert” and dessert paired with a cocktail mix. Pre-order and pick up this sweet box of happiness on February 12, 13 or 14.


5014 Saint-Laurent Blvd. | Website

The Roseline wine bar offers a special Valentine's Day menu that’s comforting, warm and timeless. This is a five-course meal that won't shock your taste buds; it will caress them. Savour smoked trout mousseline and caviar, seafood raviolo with lobster bisque, half-pheasant with a mix of winter vegetables, a cheese plate, and a few homemade truffles for the final touch. A vegan menu is also available, which is every bit as delectable as the main menu.

Beau Mont

950 Beaumont Avenue, Suite 105 | Website

Gathering at the Beaumont restaurant (which has been temporarily renamed Comptoir - Épicerie signé Toqué!), Normand Laprise and his team are busy practicing their culinary art with their legendary flair and panache. For Valentine's Day, a sumptuous five-course menu featuring the best Québec products is sure to add special magic to your dinner for two. You can also purchase special dishes served in an Emile Henry ceramic casserole dish, which will certainly be your go-to cookware for future gourmet creations.

Chez Sophie

1974 Notre-Dame Street West | Website

At gourmet restaurant Chez Sophie, where French and Italian tastes and techniques go hand in hand, Chef Sophie Tabet presents a Valentine's Day menu worthy of her talents. Top quality products from land and sea are woven through the menu, rising to a crescendo of sweet freshness with coconut and passion fruit flavours for dessert. You’re sure to become a fan.

Le Millen

1185 Fleury Street East | Website

The neighbourhood bistro Le Millen in Ahuntsic will warm your heart this snowy season. Their Valentine’s Day menu is a four-course meal that pays tribute to some of the classics of French cuisine: foie gras au torchon, sweetbreads with cream, bacon and mustard, beef cheeks braised in red wine,  and chicken ballotine stuffed with herbs and thyme cream. Save some room for their famous chocolate cake or praline panna cotta!


112 McGill Avenue | Website

Chef Constant and his team have prepared two themed boxes to celebrate the feast of love. Faithful to their Mediterranean roots, seafood is in the spotlight, delicately prepared with a focus on natural flavour. For Valentine’s Day, Ikanos is once again teaming up with Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel, offering a package that includes a night in a Deluxe suite, a gourmet meal in your room, a glass of bubbly per person and breakfast. Parking and tip included.

Maison Saint Paul

343 Saint-Paul Street East | Website

Maison St-Paul, Montréal's favourite champagne sabrage spot, prepares a romantic seven-course menu including a bottle of bubbly (which you can change for a white or red wine), two glasses, a rose and – if you’re in a swashbuckling mood – a sabre! If you’re looking to surprise that special someone, chances are, this is just what Cupid ordered.


1155 Sherbrooke Street West | Website

For a seven-course menu without having to spend the day cooking (except to reheat the dishes), look to Le Renoir. They’ve thought of everything so you can focus on your romantic dinner for two:  Crécy ginger soup, roasted beetroot salad, signature foie gras with brioche, oysters gratiné, lamb shanks, plus a Québec cheese platter, and a sweet finish of chocolate entremet, hazelnut praline and a pear dessert from pastry chef Clément Tilly. For smaller appetites, a four-course menu is also offered.


586 Villeray Street | Website

This bring-your-own-wine restaurant in Villeray offers not only a sumptuous dinner menu for two – with Oysters Rockefeller, duck breast and crémeux chocolat – but also a delicious brunch menu, also for two. The brunch includes a pain au lait accompanied by homemade jam, a fruit salad, homemade smoked salmon, chocolate truffles and, of course, freshly squeezed orange juice – perfect for your mimosa!


4185 Sainte-Catherine Street West and 1474 Peel Street | Website

Celebrate Valentine's Day with a menu that features quality fresh fish from Ryu Westmount and Ryu Peel. Although each location offers a different menu, both menus include nigiri, sashimi and maki rolls. You also get a bottle of sake, with the possibility of substituting for a bottle of white wine or champagne, for a little extra.

La Boîte du Chef


For Valentine's Day, Chef Jérôme Ferrer adds a touch of culinary magic with an exclusive seven-course menu that includes a bottle of sommelier-selected wine. The meal box, that can be delivered the same day, serves up foie gras with a brioche, a red vegetable soup with spices, a shrimp risotto with coconut milk, roast chicken with mushrooms, two side dishes, two desserts and four little chocolates. Treat yourself and your sweetheart!

Saint James's Club of Montréal

1145 Union Avenue | Website

The Saint James's Club of Montréal opens its kitchen to all! The private club offers not one, but two menus to celebrate Valentine's Day. First, there’s a hearty brunch with pastries, smoked salmon and lacquered pork, poached eggs and duck confit, finishing with sumptuous sweet treats. Then, a gourmet menu is also available, with foie gras macarons, scallop ceviche from Îles-de-la-Madeleine, roasted veal fillet medallion and more. Reserve no later than the morning of Wednesday, February 10, to savour your meal on February 11, 12 or 13. (Pick-up / delivery available with additional costs).

Le Virunga

851 Rachel Street East | Site Internet

Travel to sub-Saharan Africa thanks to a gourmet meal from Le Virunga. Chef Marie-Josée de Frias has prepared a special 5-course Valentine's menu, available from February 11 to 14, at the price of $54 per person (taxes and service excluded). Make sure to complete your order with one of the restaurant's South African wines! 

Les Canailles

3854 Ontario Street East | Website

For Valentine’s Day, this cozy neighbourhood bistro is preparing an elegant and refined six-course menu. Treat your tastebuds to their sumptuous surf and turf dishes (haddock ceviche, lobster bisque, duck breast) and finish on a sweet note with a chocolate, cheese and berry crumble mousse, chocolate along with spicy truffles. The special menu ($126 plus taxes for two) is available on February 13 and 14 for take out.

For even more mouth-watering suggestions, check out our restaurant deals page. It’s sure to whet your appetite!

Tommy Dion

Tommy is the founder of the blog and gourmet guide Le Cuisinomane, whose mission is to showcase Québec’s local products and gastronomy. With an in-depth knowledge of Montréal’s food scene, his expertise and professionalism make him a trusted source for all the best food spots and experiences in Montréal. In addition to tasting and writing about food, Tommy also creates content for brand, always related to food and gastronomy.

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