8 Montreal Brunch & Breakfast Spots Where You Can Get A Lot Of Food For Under $25
You'll probably have leftovers to take home.
There are so manythat honestly, it's tough to choose which ones to include on one of these lists. Montreal's breakfast professionals know which ones are the best and which ones are the worst, no doubt, but trying to narrow down spots where you can eat a lot for under $25 remains a challenge. Though breakfast is often a group activity, sometimes, you want to bring just a date or even take yourself out to brunch.
As much as I love brunch, some places have the tendency to be on the pricey side. That's not a knock on those places by any means, but sometimes, the plan of action is to load up on the mimosas and get a plate of bacon and eggs for under $10 bucks, ya know?
And don't even get me started on those complicated milkshakes.
Striking a balance between fancy and classic, the following eight brunch and breakfast spots in Montreal have a little bit for everyone. You'll find everything your taste buds desire - from decadent pancakes to plant-based power bowls and everything in between.
The bonus? You can comfortably eat and drink for under $25 at each one of these spots.
Chez José Café
Address: 173, avenue Duluth E.
Chez José is a quaint little neighbourhood spot that serves up some seriously delicious brunch. It's vegan friendly too!
Resto-Café Quoi de N'oeuf
Address: 2745, rue Notre-Dame O.
If you're looking for a classic and unpretentious brunch experience, head to Quoi de N'oeuf in Saint-Henri. The weekday early-bird specials are a particularly good deal.
Address: 4567, rue Wellington
If you want to try some of the best and most decadent pancakes in the city, well, is the place to be.
Address: 3001, rue Notre-Dame O.
Foiegwa has quickly made a name for itself as one of Montreal's premier brunch spots.
Address: 25, ave. Fairmount O.
Funky Fabergé serves brunch staples as well as some reimagined classics. In any case, you're in for a mountain of food.
Address: 5700, avenue Monkland | 3580, Notre-Dame O.
Hello 123 is a plant-based restaurant and bar that is beloved in Toronto and is now capturing the hearts of vegan brunchers across Montreal.
Régine & Janine Cafés
Address: Régine (1840, rue Beaubien) | Janine (3900, rue Wellington)
Part of the same family, Régine and Janine Cafés frequently make our lists as some of the city's essential brunch spots. Go see what all the hype is about.
Where: 4271, rue Saint-Jacques
La Luncheonette in Saint-Henri has a homey and comfortable vibe that's reflected in the lovingly crafted dishes and treats.
According to its Facebook page, La Luncheonette is currently open for take-out.