7 Montreal Gourmet Restaurants Where You Can Eat For Cheap

Save money and eat fancy.

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Let's be honest - Ain't nobody got time to be dropping an entire pay check on a single night out at one of Montreal's gourmet restaurants. There's a handful of restaurants that offer two- or three-course meals for just $25 after 10pm. Compared to their regular menus, late-night dinners are your golden opportunity to eat like a king within a budget.

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1. Restaurant Lemeac

1045 Avenue Laurier Ouest

Lemeac offers classic French cuisine with an extensive wine list and selection of cheeses. Their After 10pm menu has over 25 appetizers and entrees including beef tartare, cornish hen and calf liver.

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 2. Ferreira Cafe

1446 Rue Peel

Ferreira Cafe a Portuguese-inspired restaurant that specializes in seafood. Located in the heart of downtown Montreal right near Station Peel, their terrasse in the spring will be the perfect place to enjoy their grilled calamari, salmon tartare or seafood bouillabaisse.

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3. Estiatorio Milos

5357 Avenue du Parc

Estiatoria Milos is an upscale, Greek restaurant with additional locations in New York, Athens, Las Vegas, Miami and London. Their three-course menu includes fresh organic salmon sashimi, filet mignon and baklava.


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4. L'Atelier d'Argentine

355 Rue Marguerite d'Youville

Located in the Old Port, L'Atelier d'Argentine is an Argentinian steakhouse. On their late-night menu, choose between spinach and fontina cheese fritters, braised pork belly, and of course, steak.


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5. Chez Leveque

1030 Laurier Ouest

Chez Leveque offers their $21 three-course menu both at lunchtime and after 9pm. Their options include lobster bisque in a jar, snail puff pastry and beef bourguignon.


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6. Bistro Le Valois

25 Place Simon Valois

Just in time for summer, Bistro Le Valois is a French restaurant that prides itself in having one of the largest terraces in Montreal with 120 seats. Located in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, their $22 menu starts after 9:30pm and includes French onion soup, cheese croquettes and a duck burger.


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7. Moishes

3961 Boulevard St. Laurent

Probably the most classic late-night menu in Montreal, Moishes Steakhouse is known for their local steak along with their signature pickles, coleslaw and Monte Carlo potato. Their After 9pm menu has three cuts of steak in addition to filet mignon poutine and filet mignon tacos. If you're not feeling like steak, they also have a rack of lamb, chicken and grilled shrimp.


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