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Popular Restaurants in Montreal

If you're a first time visitor to Montreal, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Montreal.

What are some good restaurants in Montreal?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Montreal.

La Banquise Resto
994 Rue Rachel Est Montréal, Canada
3895 Saint-Laurent Boulevard Montreal, QC

(514) 842-4813
Restaurant au Pied de Cochon
536 Avenue Duluth Est Communauté-Urbaine-de-Montréal, Québec

(514) 281-1114
Marché Atwater
138 Avenue Atwater Montreal, Canada

(514) 937-7754
Garde Manger
408 St Francois Xavier St Montreal, QC

(514) 678-5044
Beautys Luncheonette
93 Avenue du Mont-Royal Ouest Montreal, QC

(514) 849-8883
65 Rue St Zotique E Montreal, QC

(514) 277-8104
Olive et Gourmando
351 rue Saint-Paul Ouest Montréal, QC

(514) 350-1083
Pikolo Espresso Bar
3418B, av. du Parc Montreal, QC
Grumman 78
Moving Target Montreal, QC

(514) 290-5125
Restaurant L'Avenue
922 Mt Royal Ave E Montreal, Canada

(514) 523-8780
Fabergé Restaurant
25 Avenue Fairmount Ouest Montreal, QC

(514) 903-6649
St Laurent Blvd Montreal, QC
Le Club Chasse et Pêche
423 Rue Saint-Claude Montreal, QC

(514) 861-1112
L'Auberge Saint-Gabriel
426 St Gabriel St Montreal, QC

(514) 878-3561


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Like Sue said Schwartz's is an institution for Montreal smoked meat - get the medium cut sandwich with mustard and a black cherry coke - it's worth the line-ups."  See More

"That light lunch was in preparation for an exact “opposite” dinner that night, Restaurant au Pied de Cochon— the main reason for our trip to Montreal from Salem, Massachusetts."  See More

"The Marché Atwater market is another nice stop."  See More

"Garde Manger Nini Meatball House Restaurant Grinder RYU L'Express"  See More

"We also had breakfast at the famous Beautys Luncheonette where the original owner, now in his 90's still serves."  See More

"Make a reservation Bottega for very good italian cuisine, try there pizzas you never had it like these."  See More

"Like with its restos, there are too many great cafés in Montreal to name, but one each for a few different spots: Pikolo Espresso Bar, Café Myriade, Flocon Espresso, Olive et Gourmando (great sandwiches at this one)."  See More

"Kitsuné, Arts Café, Cafe Aunja, Café Neve, Café Parvis, Pikolo Espresso Bar, Olive et Gourmando are all great coffee/pastry places that you can tuck into if you need a break from the cold weather!"  See More

"Restaurant au Pied de Cochon top quality food Grumman 78 high end tacos; amazing ingredients Momesso Restaurant great lunch; sausage sandwich ."  See More

"SUWU (this is a restaurant/bar that turns into a lounge late at night, however on the weekends they serve a pretty eclectic brunch"  See More

"I finally heard back from a friend/colleague who lives in Montreal and says these are delish: Le Club Chasse et Pêche Restaurant au Pied de Cochon"  See More

"Check out L'Auberge Saint-Gabriel after 11:00 PM."  See More

Where can I find out more about Montreal?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Montreal locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Montreal.

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