Show of hands, who is planning on being super hungover this weekend? Okay, maybe nobody plans on being hungover. It's just an unfortunate side-effect of going too hard. But don't worry if you wake up after a drunken night feeling horrible. Because lucky for you, Montreal has some of the best hangover breakfast places. Read on for Best Montreal Hangover Breakfast Restaurants 2015.
Beauty's is awesome because no matter what gets rid of your hangover, the chances are good that they have it. And there is a 100% chance that it's awesome. Seriously; does it take an egg-white omelet to get you through your post-alcohol adventure? Or what about potato latkes? Beauty's has it all, friends. Get yourself there now, and thank me later.
The quintessential hangover breakfast place, and for a very good reason. Enter feeling the effects of last night's debauchery, leave feeling nothing but thrilled. I'm not saying that Fabergé is a magic hangover cure. We all know magic doesn't exist. But if the Huevos Rancheros fits...
Okay, Nocochi is probably not your immediate thought for a hangover breakfast place. But with wholesome ingredients, delicious food, and vegan-friendly meals, there really is no reason why you shouldn't get your hungover self there pronto. Godspeed, friend. Godspeed.
Have you ever wanted to get drunk just so you can experience a hangover breakfast? Don't worry if your answer's no. But just trust me that once you try the awesome breakfasts at Cosmopolitan, you might doubt yourself for a split second. It's that good. And it's definitely good enough to make you forget all about your hangover.
Any place that calls itself a "Resto Boutique" deserves a visit, and luckily Le Cartet is so good that it's worth a hangover visit. Protip: try their "Brunch Cartet" and feel your hangover melt away. Pregame your next one with a mimosa (trust me, it's worth it).
Do you know what cures hangovers better than a breakfast poutine? Don't feel bad if you don't know. Because the correct answer is nothing. Nothing cures hangovers better than a breakfast poutine. And luckily, L'Oeufrier serves up some of the best breakfast poutine ever. You know, in addition to their other on-point breakfast fare.
Got a stubborn hangover? Well, not anymore. "Le Fameux Restaurant" is famous for a ton of awesome reasons. I think one of them should be the hangover-healing properties of their iconic mishmash. Amazing? Amazing.
Delicious and fresh food? Check. Awesome and friendly atmosphere? Check. Amazing terrasse so you can get rid of your hangover in the fresh air? Check. Zagrum hits all the points of being an awesome hangover breakfast place - and an awesome breakfast place in general. Win win, my friends.
Which is amazing because not only does it serve delicious food, but there are tons of them throughout the city. Meaning no matter where you are or hangover you feel, there's probably a delicious La Prep cure - just around the corner.
The ramen restaurant always has amazing monthly specials, so we're sure this one won't disappoint.
The dish is made with "thick noodles in a vegetarian miso broth topped with pork belly, onsen tamago, kakiage, sweet corn, scallions, nori, chilli pepper, chilli oil, butter, and a blow-torched tomato with swiss cheese."
For an extra $2, you can also add another onsen tamago, which is basically the equivalent of eggs benny.
Afternoon Tea may not be as common as you think in Montreal, but this all new restaurant is bringing their tea game to a whole new level! Rosélys is a brand new restaurant in Montreal that opened this July and they are already killing it with their scrumptious afternoon tea.
Their wide range of options surely speak for themselves but one of their main attractions definitely has to be their afternoon tea that pairs perfectly with their modern-creative decor. We've seen some high tea restaurants in Montreal, but trust me none of them compare to Rosélys adorable afternoon tea.
Rosélys is located on900, boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest in the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth. 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.
Now, what is so adorable about the afternoon tea at Rosélys is that they have the cutest teacup sets I've ever seen and their bite size pastries don't only look cute but also taste wonderful! Plus, their modern decor is the icing on the cake making you have that full package experience.