6 Montreal Fusion Restaurants You Need To Try Instead Of Having Plain Spaghetti Again
Have you ever tried a Peruvian-Latin-Japanese dish? Now's your chance to.
"What are you in the mood to eat?" If you're like me and dread this question, worry no more! For those times you just can't decide what type of cuisine you want to eat, luckily,bring together flavours and cuisines in a beautiful and .
It's no secret that Montreal is one of thein North America.
And the best part about living in ais knowing that the food scene is constantly changing and evolving.
Because just like Montreal, food should bring in new influences and elements to keep taking it to newer and better places.
Although people come from places with different languages and cultures, we all speak food.
For this list, we took a look at some of thespots in the city that offer incredible blends of a variety of cuisines.
Some may be an obvious combination, while others may be a little more surprising.
But all of them are equally as.
Address: 1076, rue de Bleury, Montreal, QC (take-out only)
Cuisine: Peruvian, Latin, Japanese
This industrial-chic spot downtown brings together the best of Peruvian, Latin and Japanese cuisine, including dishes like yuca fries, kimchi dumplings and cheese empanadas.
Currently offering only takeout to bring some of the Tiradito magic to you.
Address: 16, ave. des Pins E., Montreal, QC
Cuisine: Japanese, Mexican, Vegan
From thefamily comes Casa Kaizen, a new trendy spot that brings you even more delicious food that you won't believe it's vegan.
Address: 2931, rue Masson, Montreal, QC
Cuisine: Latin, Mediterranean
A fusion between Latin and Meditteranean cuisines, Elvita has definitely made a name for itself in the Montreal food scene. You can also get the team to cater or you can find the food truck around town.
Address: 1241, ave. Mont-Royal E., Montreal, QC
Cuisine: Indian, Contemporary
Known for its creative and innovative take on Indian cuisine, the team at India Rosa is now offering Fusion Brunch, combining the flavours and traditions of Indian cooking with everyone's favourite meal.
Address: 2004, ave. de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Montreal, QC
Cuisine: French, Fusion
We can't have a Montreal food list without talking about French cuisine. Chefs Alex Duchastel de Montrouge and Nicolas Beaupré bring you their take on French cuisine, using elements from cuisine from all over the world.
Currently offering take-out every other week, but still just as delicious.
Address: 5461, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC (take-out only)
Cuisine: Korean, Chinese
Combining two of the most popular cuisines, Restaurant Bok brings Korean and Chinese to the people of Montreal. It also offers great options for vegetarians.
Currently only offering take-out so you can still enjoy the best of Restaurant Bok.