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Montreal Restaurants

Where to Eat in Montreal


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WHERE TO EAT — MONTREAL RESTAURANTS


Au Pain Dore Bakery
Quick Bite
Dining Room at Au Pain Dore, Montréal, QC 115, av. Atwater
Montréal, QC H2Y 1B1

Enjoy a cup of coffee and baked goods while watching boats cruise the Lachine Canal. More...

Fairmount Bagel Bagels
Quick Bite
74, av. Fairmount O.
Montréal, QC H2T 2M2

Pick up a crunchy-crusted bagel any hour of the day at this Mile End district shop. More...

Olive & Gourmando Bakery
Quick Bite
Dining Room at Olive & Gourmando, Montréal, QC 351, rue St-Paul O.
Montréal, QC H2Y 2A7

Enjoy healthy sandwiches and paninis along with bakery goods at this friendly eatery. More...

Renoir French
14/20
Dining Room at Renoir, Montréal, QC Sofitel Montreal
1155, rue Sherbrooke O.
Montréal, QC H3A 2N3

A breath of Provence is found at this downtown Montreal hotel restaurant. More...

Restaurant Tabla Indian
13/20
Dining Room at Restaurant Tabla, Montréal, QC 1329, rue Ste-Catherine E.
Montréal, QC H2L 2H4

Tabla is Arabic for "drum," so settle in for a soothing beat and colourful Indian goodies. More...

Schwartz's Deli
No Rating
Dining Room at Schwartz 3895, boul. St-Laurent
Montréal, QC H2W 1X9

Schwartz's is Montréal’s famous smoked-meat and steakhouse restaurant. More...

Verses Restaurant French
14/20
Dining Room at Verses Restaurant, Montréal, QC Hotel Nelligan
100, rue St-Paul O.
Montréal, QC H2Y 1Z3

Old-Montreal restaurant famous for its unique leg of lamb. More...

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