18 Best Montreal Pad Thai Restaurants You Need To Try If You Haven't Already

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18 Best Montreal Pad Thai Restaurants You Need To Try If You Haven't Already

There probably isn't anything I love more in this world than Pad Thai. I don't know about you guys but Pad Thai is one of my favourite foods because it's just so good! 

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I have a confession to make though.. I tend to get my Pad Thai from Thai Express, which I know most Thai food lovers will judge me for but it's actually pretty good. 

But everyone knows if you're looking for a good, authentic Pad Thai you should look to some of the hidden, family-run restaurants all over the city. So if you're craving some a flavourful Pad Thai dish like I definitely am, check out one of these restaurants near you! 

Best Pad Thai In Le Plateau 🍜

Best Pad Thai In Downtown Montreal 🍜

Best Pad Thai In Saint Henri 🍜

Best Pad Thai In The West Island 🍜

For Best Pad Thai In Le Plateau, Click "NEXT"

Best Pad Thai In Le Plateau: 

La Maison Thai

Where: 1351 Mont-Royal Ave E

via @lamaisonthai

Type: Classic Thai food

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: This restaurant serves authentic Thai food that's super delicious. It's available for delivery or to pick from their huge counter of to-go items!

Pamika Brasserie Thai

Where: 901 Sherbrooke St E

via @47_owo_47

Type: Exotic Thai fusion

Price: 💸 💸 💸

Why you should go: This unique spot serves exciting dishes like their rices dish inside a pineapple, fried egg noodle wrapped shrimp, and delicious pad thai!

Restaurant Thailande 

Where: 88 Bernard West

via @alanta.ca

Type: Authentic Thai food

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: This spot has a casual atmosphere where you'll be able to enjoy some of the most authentic Thai food in the city! Their amazing pad thai comes with chicken or shrimp and tons of eggs and nuts.

Tampopo 

Where: 4449 Mentana St

via @pradhax

Type: Asian noodle bar

Price: 💸

Why you should go: This amazing plateau spot serves up all the Asian noodles you could ever want! There's no bad dish in the house here, they're all amazing, but you should absolutely try the Pad Thai if you're here!

Resto Lychee 

Where: 187 Mont-Royal Ave E

via @rebmcneil

Type: Bring your own wine

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: This casual spot serves up some delicious Thai food. It's the perfect atmosphere for a date and you can bring your own wine to drink with your meal!

Bonus: Maneki Comptoir Asiat' 

Where: 3121 Rue Hochelaga // Hochelaga

via @tastet.ca

via @maneki_comptoir_asiat

Type: Pan-Asian

Price: 💸

Why you should go: Not only do they have tons of Asian classics like General Tao, Pad Thai and peanut butter dumplings that are all sooo delicious, their space is beautiful! You can enjoy your amazing food in a gorgeous restaurant.

For Best Pad Thai In Downtown Montreal, Click "NEXT"

Best Pad Thai In Downtown Montreal:

Restaurant Thai Imagination

Where: 501 René-Lévesque Blvd W

via @imfivetwo

Type: Classic Thai food

Price: 💸 💸

Why you should go: This casual spot serves all your favourite Thai dishes including their amazing Pad Thai serves with the choice of chicken, veggies and tofu, chicken and shrimps, beef or just shrimps!

Thaiphon

Where: 2025 Union Ave

via @montrealgluttony

Type: Classic Thai food

Price: 💸

Why you should go: You can find all your favourite Thai classics at this downtown spot. Their amazing Pad Thai comes with chicken, shrimps, beef or veggies!

Restaurant Maison Phayathai 

Where: 1235 Guy St

via @hyunjinhhj

Type: Traditional Thai food

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: This spot specializes in everything currie, seafood and noodles! The flavours here are so rich and amazing, you'll keep coming back for more.

Restaurant PM 

Where: 1809 Saint-Catherine St W

via @jimmy_mathew

Type: Chinese & Thai specialties

Price: 💸

Why you should go: Not only does this place serves tons of amazing Thai specialties including their delicious Pad Thai, but they also serve Chinese specialties giving you tons of variety!

For Best Pad Thai In Saint Henri, Click "NEXT"

Best Pad Thai In Saint Henri: 

Restaurant Kam Wing

Where: 3400 Notre-Dame St W

via @erintommy

Type: Pan-Asian

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: This restaurant serves all kinds of Asian specialties from Chinese to sushi to Thai! One of their best dishes is their Pad Thai.

Restaurant MakMak

Where: 4219 Notre-Dame St W

via @food514

Type: Casual Thai eats

Price: 💸

Why you should go: This super casual restaurant is the perfect place to go when you're really craving some Pad Thai for cheap. They serve all kinds of stir fries, noodle dishes and curries as well!

Pick Thai 

Where:5221 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O

via @emxhg

Type: Authentic Thai food

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: If you're looking for Thai food that's a little bit more pricey but filled with super fresh ingredients and tons of amazing flavours tis is definitely the place!

For Best Pad Thai In The West Island, Click "NEXT"

Best Pad Thai In The West Island:

Thai Nouilles & Sushi

Where: 11612 Salaberry Blvd

via @simplyxena

Type: Pan-Asian

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: This awesome spot specializes in both giant plates of sushi and noodles! Their pad thai is super authentic so you're in for a real treat here.

Pho Thanh Restaurant 

Where: 4858 Sources Blvd

via @krokoziab

Type: Vietnamese

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: Obviously this spot serves up some amazing pho but their Pad Thai is equally delicious! They have endless options which can be overwhelming but you won't be disappointed with anything you choose.

Restaurant La Perle

Where: 4230 boul Saint-Jean

via @lonelyforone

Type: Chinese & Thai

Price: 💸

Why you should go: This banquet-hall restaurant serves huge tables full of food for you and your massive group of friends, if you want to bring them! The food is all great, especially the classic Pad Thai dish.

Saveurs Thai

Where: 13900 Pierrefonds Blvd

via @spoonfulof.chic

Type: Classic Thai food

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: This awesome West Island spot is bound to hit the spot when you're craving Thai food! They serve all kinds of yummy noodle dishes including their amazing Pad Thai.

Bonus: Golden Bowl

Where: 1200 Boulevard Rome // Brossard

via @mtl_mook

Type: Pan-Asian

Price: 💸

Why you should go: You can get a literal 5lb plate of Pad Thai here for just $12. If that isn't reason enough for you, I don't know what is!

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