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20 Bucket List Restaurants Every Couple Should Go To For An "Anniversary Night" In Montreal

Every couple knows the struggle of finding a new restaurant that fits their anniversary vibes, especially when it comes down to last minute plans. We all usually end up just going to the closest restaurant we can find or your couples "go to". But, that's going to stop right here because this is the ultimate bucket list of all the restaurants couples need to try for those an anniversary!

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There is definitely something on this list for every type of couple and for every type of occasion whether it be a year or ten! Some are more pricey than others but I am positive that you will find the perfect one for your next date night!

1. Les Street Monkeys

Where: 3625 Wellington Street

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Type: Cambodian Street Food

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Why you should go: This spot serves up some insane Cambodian street food eats, which is totally unique to Montreal!


2. Nora Gray


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Type: Italian

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Why you should go: This Italian eatery has been open since 2011 and they are killing the anniversary game with their fabulous pasta dishes.


3. Maison Publique

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Type: gastropub

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: Not only can you expect to have a great dinner, but also some great desserts in a rustic ambiance.


4.  Deville

Where: 1425 Rue Stanley

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Type: Diner

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: If you love some awesome burgers and some even more delicious and larger than life drinks, I suggest checking out Deville! They have these amazing fish bowl drinks, doughnut balls, salads, burgers, and much more to make your mouths water! I just went there last week to celebrate my 4 year anniversary and it was absolutly amazing.


5. Big in Japan

Where: 175 Boul St-Laurent

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Type: Bar & Japanese speakeasy

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: Big in Japan will legit make you feel like you are on top of the world. Not only is their food amazing, but their ambiance is A1! They have beautiful decor and I swear you will have a blast.


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6. Rosetta

Where: 3631 Notre-Dame St W

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Type: Italian "Pizzeria & Pastry"

Price: 💸

Why you should go: They're serving up all kinds of authentic pizzas made fresh every day, including pizza rolls a unique way to enjoy your favourite food!


7. Park


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Type: : Japanese and Korean (sushi)

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: They always offer fresh dishes in a chill ambiance that makes perfect for a lowkey anniversary.


8. Kampai

Where: 1616 Rue Sainte-Catherine O

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Type: : Japanese and Korean (sushi)

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: For a great anniversary dinner, I suggest checking out Kampai! Their Japanese garden beer paired with superb dishes will blow your mind! It's a great place for a dinner date and also a night out with drinks since it turns into a hip bar/club after dinner service to make your anniversary 514% better!


9. Rosélys

Where:900, boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest

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Type: Modern

Price: 💸💸

Why you should go: They are a upscale restaurant that has a daily buffet breakfast, a Sunday brunch, Happy Hour, a bar, and of course Afternoon tea from Monday to Saturday: 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday: 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.


10. Restaurant Mélisse

Where: 719 William St

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Type: simple and sweet

Price: 💸

Why you should go: This adorable newly opened restaurant doesn't only act as a spot for dinner, it is also a fabulous spot for you are your specials someone to try on your anniversary to try!


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11. Maneki Comptoir Asiat'

Where:3121 Rue Hochelaga

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Type: Pan-Asian

Price: 💸

Why you should go: This awesome restaurant serves Pan-Asian cuisine, which is cuisines from all over Asia, not just one area. Some of their best dishes include peanut butter dumplings, general tao, pad thai, chicken mayo, fried rice, Cantonese noodles and so much more!


12.  Jatoba 

Where: 1184 Place Phillips

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Type: Japanese

Price: 💸💸💸

Why you should go: For some delicious white wine and some fabulous food as you eat under the lights, I recommend looking into Jatoba. Jatoba is a gorgeous garden terrasse where you can enjoy inspired classic Japanese and Chinese dishes made by their chef, Olivier Vigneault.


13. Maggie Oakes

Where: 426 Place Jacques-Cartier

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Type: French

Price: 💸💸​​​​​​​💸​​​​​​​

Why you should go: They serve super scrumptious dishes like giant steaks, creamy gnocchi, charcuterie plates, huge plates of oysters, yummy lobster rolls and tons of sweet desserts!


14. Jukebox

Where: 11798 Boulevard de Salaberry

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Type: Diner

Price: 💸​​​​​​​

Why you should go: Their wide array of delicious desserts, including parfaits, sundaes, and the awesome - and awesomely huge - "Kitchen Sink" dessert make for a fun anniversary.


15. Cafe Neko

Where: 3717 St Urbain St

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Type: Asian Noddle Bar

Price: 💸​​​​​​​

Why you should go: They serve all kinds of amazing Asian dishes but their specialties are their giant udon noodle bowls, their Donburi and their classic Asian desserts like mochi, green tea ice cream, and green tea tiramisu!


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16. Toyo

Where: 2155 Rue de la Montagne

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Type: Teppanyaki

Price: 💸💸​​​​​​

Why you should go: For a date that involves fresh fabulous food and a show, I suggest taking her to Toyo! They specialize in Teppanyaki cuisine where they put on a show while making your food. This is a great way to laugh and remain entertained while on a date. Not only do the chefs put on a show, but the chefs are also super interactive with your table! For a full meal including absolutely everything, it only costs between 20-40$ to have dinner and show.


17. HVOR 

Where:1414 Rue Notre Dame Ouest

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Type: Gourmet

Price: 💸💸​​​​​​💸​​​​​​

Why you should go: HVOR is one of Montreal’s best-rated restaurants! Not only is the food amazing, but it is stunning and it is the perfect location for "the one" to enjoy some gourmet food. The ambience is very modern and classy so it’s a great location to make the final move in your relationship.


18. Le Serpent

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Type: Contemporary bistro

Price: 💸💸​​​​​​💸​​​​​​

Why you should go: They are ranked as one of Montreal's top 100 restaurants that will blow your mind with their intimate setting and great food.


19.  Le Richmond

Where:377 Rue Richmond

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Type: Contemporary bistro

Price: 💸💸​​​​​​​​​​

Why you should go: If you love that vintage but modern feel to a restaurant, then Le Richmond is the place to be! They specialize in northern Italian dining that will have your heart melting on your anniversary.


20. Joe Beef

Where:2491 Notre-Dame W

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Type: gourmet with a twist

Price: 💸💸​​​​​​​​​​💸​​​​​​​​​​

Why you should go: Joe Beef is known to be one of Montreal’s culinary gems! This is perfect for a cute anniversary since the atmosphere is super chill while the dishes are out of this world! So, you don't have to eat fancy to dine as a king and queen!


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