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Allie
Portland

Montreal

A foodie in Montreal

What are restaurants that I MUST check out? I love all kinds of food (just nothing too spicy!) and I'm willing to spend a little more for a nice meal one night, but other than that, nothing too pricey. 


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Maria from Geneva

Hi Allie!

As a foodie, you're going to one of the best cities to indulge. I literally can recommend so many amazing restaurants for lunch/dinner, but I think if I was to visit Montreal, I would emphasize brunch! Montreal has a pretty big brunch culture and so many great restaurants to chose from. Here are my favourites (in order of preference):

Restaurant L'Avenue (Arguably the best brunch restaurant in Montreal. Serving brunch everyday till 4pm!)

Fabergé Restaurant

The Sparrow (only open on the weekends)

TOI, MOI & CAFÉ

Beautys Luncheonette

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


 


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Juli from Salem (Massachusetts)

We think no trip to Montreal is complete without a visit to Restaurant au Pied de Cochon  Be sure to make reservations or you will never get in.


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Roxanne from Montreal

Two suggestions. For great pizza try Bottega [www.bottega.ca]. Family owned in Little Italy where the pizza is out of this world.

For french cuisine, try Restaurant le Grain de Sel a small and friendly placewhere you'll have a very good meal.


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Bruce from Greenfield Park, Quebec

Hi Allie,

A place I love is Bocata Restaurant on St. Paul street in Old Montreal. It can be a little pricey, especially if you try a few of there wines by the glass but the food, ambiance and service are all amazing. 

As a bonus, St. Paul street is one of the coolest streets to take a walk on. 

http://www.yelp.ca/biz/bocata-montr%C3%A9al-2


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Stephen from Montreal

Restaurant au Pied de Cochon

top quality food

Grumman 78

high end tacos; amazing ingredients

Momesso Restaurant

great lunch; sausage sandwich ...


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Sylvain from Montreal

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answered by
j from Montreal

There are many options in Montreal, the best place to check the restaurants is urbanspoon, the reviews are usually very helpful.






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