2014 brought its share of discoveries of restaurants in Montreal. Here are 12 that caught the attention of our bloggers foodies. If you are an experienced foodie, you should definitely try these restaurants.
Here are 12 restaurants to try in 2015 in Montreal. #FoodAndTheCity
You can also read: 10 restaurants where to eat in Montreal in 2016.
Patriq and Marie-Janelle both have been delighted by the Peruvian restaurant on Laurier street. A warm atmosphere and visual art in each plate. The food is simple, but effectively tasty. You’ll find fish and meat, fresh foods, seasonings that makes travel … here is what could awaits you at Callao. Personality in each plate.
Chez Chose, a family friendly restaurant on Beaubien in the Villeray district that offers French cuisine, refined and inspired by the arrivals of Quebec seasonal products.
Located on Crescent, the Kyozon is a large 2-floor restaurant with Japanese food and a resto-bar atmosphere . In the mezzanine of the restaurant, the Kaiten ( sushis conveyor) shows different varieties of sushi and Asian tapas dishes in color code plates, each corresponding to a certain price. On the first floor there is the large bar and a la carte menu.
The Baron Samedi is a Louisiana-inspired bar in Rosemont Petite Patrie, where “it is good to drink, eat spicy and celebrate.” We like to go to take a glass with friends in a festive and special atmosphere and grabbing some spicy foods.
Here is a well-kept secret of the residents of NDG district of Montreal. This coffee and lunch restaurant opened since 2002 recently introduced an evening menu. Nice atmosphere, friendly service and urban style delicatessen decor, the Orange Café offers comfort food like home with Jamaican or Louisiana inspirations. For a good meal without fuss and reasonable price, this is an excellent choice.
Located in the St-Henri district (obviously), this Southwest of Montreal restaurant offers meals inspired by the East Coast … “Sandcastle memories in Old Orchard with cousins, Road trip in New York with buddies, summer jobs to Iles de la Madeleine, kitesurfing in sunny Cape Hatteras or luxury condos in Miami … we all have memories glued to the East Coast.” So you will find quality and freshness of food, some original proposals and an intimate atmosphere in a industrial décor.
Vertigo Stk + Bar
Vertigo Stk + Bar is the perfect place for anyone who wants a really good steak. This restaurant located downtown Montreal has 2 spacious floors, 2 terraces, a large bar area for happy hours and a private room for receptions. The decor in impressive: wrought iron staircase, modern fireplaces, warm lighting, leather wall and bench … The result is an amazing vintage/rustic vibe.
Chez Sophie offers a cuisine that is both tasty and friendly, inspired by French and Italian cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. A menu inspired by the numerous trips around the world of Chef Sophie, but using only Quebec products. The restaurant has a simple, modern decor with neutral tones and textures of wood. The atmosphere is intimate and warm, even on the terrace. Presentations are appetizing and all dishes offer a lot of flavor.
The Suwu restaurant on St-Laurent, downtown Montreal, offers a trendy and relaxed atmosphere, a bit hiptser. You’ll find dishes of fish, seafood or meat with vegetables, as well as classic comfort food re-invented such as mac and cheese grilled cheese, rye sauce poutine or lobster hot dog.
Our blogger Stéphanie and Tommy agree on that; Kyo Bar restaurant located in the Old Port of Montreal is worth going. A typical menu of izakaya and sakes, this is what is likely to hold your attention following a visit to Japanese Kyo Bar. We also advise you to enjoy at least a variety of sake among the 25 offered!
The restaurant Atelier d’Argentine, located in the Old Port of Montreal, focuses on the quality of the basic ingredients and reflects the typical menu of contemporary Argentina. The presentation of food is up to the flavors. The quantity of food in the plates is not neglected, it is a fine cuisine, tasty and well proportioned. The cocktails are delicious.
The restaurant Ikanos , located in Old Port of Montreal offers a Mediterranean-inspired cuisine where mezzes, fish and seafood are honored. Emphasis is put it on the freshness of the products, working with producers and fishermen in the province. The atmosphere is warm and relaxed.
If you try one of these per month, your year 2015 is now booked! … But make room for new restaurants too ;)