30 downtown restaurants at MTLàTABLE

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Montreal centre-ville

  • © Kinoya Kushi Bar
This year, more than 30 restaurants in downtown Montreal are participating in the long-awaited MTLàTABLE event, which will be held from November 1 to 13. This is the perfect opportunity to try all kinds of restaurants on your next outings! Want to try the menus of the best restaurants in downtown Montreal? Now is the time to do it, without spending too much! From November 1 to 13, you can visit the 30 downtown restaurants that participate in MTLàTABLE. For this event, special menus are available for $23, $33 or $43 for the evening and $17 for brunch.

1. Kinoya Kushi Bar

Kinoya Kushi Bar on Bishop Street is Montréal’s first kushikatsu restaurant, serving a wide variety of light and crispy skewers and other tasty Japanese dishes.

The dish that makes us drool​: fresh sashimi
Consult the full menu

2. Venice downtown

With a bright, colourful, laid-back California vibe, Venice Downtown is the sister restaurant of Venice Old Montréal. Both offer healthy and affordable fare with a menu that includes poke bowls, gourmet salads, tacos and more.

The dish that makes us drool​: Korean beef tacos
Consult the full menu

3. Restaurant Dévi

Located in downtown Montréal, Restaurant Dévi serves up exceptional authentic Indian cuisine, including traditional dishes and innovative regional fare in a welcoming and sophisticated décor.

The dish that makes us drool​: Butter chicken
Consult the full menu

4. Resto-bar Le Cordial

Le Cordial Bistro-bar offers reinvented traditional Québec cuisine.

The dish that makes us drool​: Lamb-stuffed butternut squash, sheep mushroom consommé
Consult the full menu

5. La Société

Guests can enjoy bistro-inspired cuisine prepared from fresh, local, and top-quality ingredients, not to mention an oyster bar and an impressive selection of wines and cocktails.

The dish that makes us drool​: Duck breast, 5-spice maple sauce
Consult the full menu

6. Le Petit Opus Café

Located in the lobby of the Omni Mont-Royal Hotel, Le Petit Opus Café features a French bistro-style menu and a European atmosphere.

The dish that makes us drool​: Seafood stew with mahi-mahi, shrimp, mussels and smoked herring
Consult the full menu

7. Saikō Bistrot

In addition to sushi and Japanese pub fare, this restaurant offers an omakase tasting menu, pan-fried beef in sweet and sour sauce, and salmon or tuna tempura with cream sauce.

The dish that makes us drool​: Green tea cheesecake, apple slices
Consult the full menu

8. and 9. Les Enfants Terribles

The menu features classics from the Les Enfants Terribles brasseries as well as seasonal set menus offering a bold twist on local ingredients. Two locations and two menus are available: the one located on the 44th floor of Place Ville Marie and La Cantine near the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts!

The dish that makes us drool​: Wild mushroom ravioli
Consult the full menu

10. Taverne F

Taverne F offers petiscos, which are the Portuguese cousins of Spanish tapas. The traditional dishes are prepared with a modern twist.

The dish that makes us drool​: Half a Portuguese-style grilled chicken from Cornouailles
Consult the full menu

11. Gustave

Gourmet fare inspired by French cuisine and the Mediterranean await the adventurous palate, and chef Jean-François Plante’s commitment to sourcing local products shines through in his delectable creations.

The dish that makes us drool​: Arborio risotto with pumpkin
Consult the full menu

Photo : Gustave
Photo : Gustave

12. Alexandre et fils

At Alexandre et fils on Peel Street, you’ll find authentic Parisian brasserie fare served with style and flair.

The dish that makes us drool​: Sturgeon, maple syrup glaze
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13. Wienstein & Gavino’s

Situated on popular Crescent Street, Wienstein & Gavino’s three floors buzz with energy. Its Mediterranean menu showcases traditional dishes with a modern twist.

The dish that makes us drool​: Nutella and ricotta fritters with cinnamon
Consult the full menu

14. L’Ô, Restaurant and Lounge

L’Ô Restaurant and Lounge proudly offers a warm atmosphere and seasonal market cuisine.

The dish that makes us drool​: Cream of onion soup with amber ale from Archibald micro-brewery
Consult the full menu

15. Le Blumenthal

Popular among patrons of the arts and business professionals, Le Blumenthal is a modern brasserie located in the Maison du Festival.

The dish that makes us drool​: Spinach and buffalo ricotta, tomato and olive sauce
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16. TABOO Cuisine Rebelle

In today’s culinary scene where minimalism reigns supreme, Taboo Cuisine Rebelle bucks the trend with a hefty menu, copious portions and a long list of original cocktails.

The dish that makes us drool​: Bison tartar panaché
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17. Decca 77

DECCA 77 offers an exceptional experience and pleasant atmosphere in a modern and elegant space.

The dish that makes us drool​: Chocolate alfajor
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18. Osco!

The chef offers a sunny menu featuring fresh, local products guaranteeing an exceptional culinary experience.

The dish that makes us drool​: Newfoundland scallop and shrimp tartare
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19. Le Samuel de Champlain

Located at Place du Canada inside the prestigious Marriott Chateau Champlain, this upscale restaurant specializes in fresh market cuisine with strong Mediterranean influences.

The dish that makes us drool​: Slow-cooked braised beef short ribs
Consult the full menu

20. Sho-dan

For authentic Japanese cuisine, Sho-Dan doesn’t disappoint, with outstanding freshness, incredible artistry and a long list of celebrity patrons!

The dish that makes us drool​: Halibut marinated with maple syrup and miso
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21. Rosélys

Blending French elegance and English flair, Rosélys boasts sophisticated, art deco-inspired design and a refined bistro experience.

The dish that makes us drool​: Signature warm chocolate fondant
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Enjoy lobster, crabs, shrimp, scallops, not to mention the bistro’s specialty—oysters.

The dish that makes us drool​: Grilled octopus
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23. Siam

Located just steps away from the Bell Centre in Montréal’s chic Hôtel Le Crystal, Siam serves sophisticated Thai cuisine in an elegantly contemporary setting.

The dish that makes us drool​: Pan-seared salmon yellow curry
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24. East Pan Asiatique

East offers pan-Asian cuisine in an eclectic and modern atmosphere with décor details that will bring you back to Old Shanghai’s heyday.

The dish that makes us drool​: Peking-style Lac Brome duck
Consult the full menu

Photo : East Pan Asiatique
Photo : East Pan Asiatique

25. Restaurant Bar Le Kube

Located in Hôtel Bonaventure Montréal, Le Kube restaurant and bar is known for its suspended gardens. It’s a wonderful place to enjoy a meal or linger over a glass of wine into the wee hours.

The dish that makes us drool​: Half-cooked red tuna
Consult the full menu

Photo : Restaurant Bar Le Kube
Photo : Restaurant Bar Le Kube

26. Henri Brasserie Française

Chef Romain Abrivard serves up simple dishes with addictive flavours, showcasing the finest Canadian and Quebec seasonal products from across the country.

The dish that makes us drool​: Pecan and maple millefeuille
Consult the full menu

27. Albert Bistro

Charming and quaint, this lively bistro with a large street-side terrasse is one of the area’s best-kept secrets (until now!).

The dish that makes us drool​: Albert’s stew and sides
Consult the full menu

28. La Classe

At La Classe, a restaurant run by students from LaSalle College’s International School of Hotel Management and Tourism, the culinary creativity is as fresh as the market produce and local specialities prepared to perfection by these 3-star chefs of tomorrow.

The dish that makes us drool​: Seared scallop, squash ravioli
Consult the full menu

29. Ibérica

This contemporary Spanish restaurant and tapas bar brings the food and culture of Barcelona to downtown Montréal.

The dish that makes us drool​: Ibérica paella
Consult the full menu

30. Le Pois Penché

Paris may be an ocean away, but the art of casual French brasserie dining is alive in the heart of downtown Montréal at Le Pois Penché.

The dish that makes us drool​: Rosemary braised lamb shank
Consult the full menu

Photo : Le Pois Penché
Photo : Le Pois Penché

Full descriptions of the 150 participating restaurants are available on the MTLàTABLE website.