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11 All-New Restaurants In Montreal You Need To Go To As Soon As Fvcking Possible

Excellent spots for a date night or just to eat with friends.

Alright, friends, it's a new year, which means a bunch of awesome new restaurants in Montreal to discover.

READ ALSO: Montreal Opens Its First-Ever “Waffle House”

Even though the city is literally full of amazing new places you can check out, a select handful of spots opened up recently really stand out.

Bangkok

via @dominiquewang

1327 Rue Sainte-Catherine E

Rising from the ashes like the proverbial phoenix after having to close its original location, Cuisine Bangkok is back at it again with the delicious dishes. This awesome restaurant's got a brand new location in Montreal's village, but all your favourite Thai dishes will still remain.

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Le Ninja

via @zoyamango

1242 Rue Bishop

Honestly, when you find an amazing sushi spot, it's important to cling onto it for dear life. And Downtown Montreal's Le Ninja sushi bar is exactly that: one seriously fantastic spot for sushi. If you haven't been here, you've got to get yourself here, ASAP.

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Taqueria Arturo

via @alistarmac

64 Rue Prince Arthur E

Honestly, tacos are life. And this Plateau spot knows that: they serve up tasty tacos and burritos, all for super inexpensive.

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Bistro Les Nomades

via @bistrolesnomades

4287 Rue Saint-Denis

A great new bistro in the Plateau, Bistro Les Nomades has got good vibes, good food, and pretty much anything you could ever want in an awesome spot.

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P'tit Creux Du Plateau

via @lolpinkprincess

233 Ave des Pins E

This awesome spot serves up seriously delicious tropical dishes, including some drinks that'll legit knock your socks off.

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Banh Mi Banh Yiu

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255A Rue Saint Viateur O

Serving up (you guessed it) banh mi in Montreal's Mile End, this adorable spot is sure to hit the spot whenever you've got that banh mi crave.

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Kiffin

via @cafekiffin

3439 Saint-Denis

A restaurant in Montreal's Plateau focusing on delivering healthy, good food at super affordable prices, Kiffin is seriously one of the best new spots to go to for lunch in Montreal.

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Baristello

via @baristello_jarry

709B Rue Jarry E

Technically a cafe (that serves up some of the best lattes in the city, TBH), this new fixture in Montreal's Villeray is absolutely not to be missed. The space is gorgeous, and they've got dishes to nibble on (like Nutella and fior di latte sandwiches!) while you're enjoying a super tasty coffee.

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Cafe Gentile Westmount

via @deandraddylu

4126 Rue Sainte-Catherine

Italian food lovers, this one's for you. Based off of the OG Cafe Gentile in Montreal's Ahuntsic, this Westmount version still serves up their beloved coffee and Italian desserts, with the welcome addition of super tasty food (like gnocchi, polenta fries, and more!)

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Mauvais Garcons

via @gummipolarbear2

1830 Rue William

Serving up some seriously tasty treats, like deep fried Ferrero Rochers (!) this bistro is seriously the ultimate spot to go to if you enjoy the finer things in life.

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Marconi

via @laudionne

45 Avenue Mozart O

This Rosemont spot specializes in serving up Italian comfort food, so if you love Italian food and being comforted (I mean, who doesn't?) then this is totally the spot for you.

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