A culinary itinerary in the Plateau Mont-Royal - Tourisme Montréal Blog


A culinary itinerary in the Plateau Mont-Royal

  • When: All seasons
  • What: Gastronomy
  • Where: Plateau Mont-Royal
The Plateau Mont-Royal isn’t just a hip, fashionable neighbourhood—it’s also home to a wide array of restaurants, cafés, bakeries and a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. One that will be impossible to resist! From the many sunny terraces to the bring-your-own-wine restaurants, get ready to have a good time and a delicious meal in the area.



Restaurant de l’Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ)

Enjoy a fine brunch at the Restaurant de l’Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ), where you will not only enjoy an excellent quality-price ratio, but also the delicious creations of the school’s graduating students.

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Hungry for lunch? Head to ChuChai, a vegetarian Thai restaurant on Saint-Denis Street  well-known for its menu’s creative flavours and textures. Its “faux meat” and “faux seafood” dishes made with vegetable protein is sure to please everyone, including non-vegetarians!

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Jean-Talon Market

If you’re in search of a tasty snack, make your way to the famous Jean-Talon Market, where you will be able to taste fresh Québec produce and delightful local specialities. Take a break at one of the many coffee shops in the area.

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In need of a little pick-me-up? Laïka is the place for quality coffee and imaginative cocktails. This lounge/bar/restaurant’s live electronica DJ, free Wi-Fi and ever cool atmosphere will inevitably do the trick.

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Au Cinquième Péché

If you’re in the mood for a typical French bistro in the heart of the Plateau, head no further than Au Cinquième Péché. This eatery specializes in creative cuisine made from local, seasonal products and offers a nice selection of Québec organic wines.

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Le Filet

Craving a little something extra in the late evening? Then the Asian-inspired seafood tapas at Le Filet are your best bet—the perfect way to end a busy but delicious gourmet day or to kick-start another round of drinks at one of the many bars on Du Mont-Royal Avenue.

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A culinary tour of downtown Montréal

The downtown area of Montréal is home to more than just skyscrapers and fast-paced office workers—in fact, there is a plethora of delicious eateries with an impressive culinary diversity waiting to be discovered. Imagine Persian pastries and creative tapas, just…

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A foodie’s journey in Old Montréal

Old Montréal has always been the spot to head to for some old world charm. These days, it’s the flourishing food scene that also beckons visitors to this historical neighbourhood. All types of restaurants, cafés, bistros, bakeries, specialty shops, tasty…

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Jazz Fest: What to do between concerts

A favourite summertime happening,  the Montréal International Jazz Festival features more than 650 concerts over eleven days and nights, including 370 free outdoor shows in the buzzing Place des Festivals…but even the most ardent audiophiles have to take a break…

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