Alright, guys, eating at restaurants is probably one of the most amazing things you can experience in life.\nREAD ALSO: Best Fried Chicken In Montreal\nI mean, sure, finding true love is great, and advancing in your career is awesome, but I don't think there's a thrill out there quite like seeing a waiter approach with a plate of delicious food that's all. For. You.\nWhich is why all you can eat restaurants in Montreal are so awesome. There's legit all the food you can possibly stuff your face with; and although tons of spots are a little bit much on the budget, a select few places offer their menus for $30 or under.\nEat all the Portuguese chicken at Poulet 3 Pattes for under $30\nvia @hungrykwun\n3224 Boulevard Rosemont\nFor $15, you can enjoy all you can eat Portuguese chicken plus fries. Sound amazing? That's because it is!\nFacebook\nEat all the poutine at Poutineville for under $30\nvia @ghostown888\n1365 Rue Ontario E\nPoutine lovers, rejoice. Montreal's Poutineville restaurant offers all you can eat poutine every Tuesday after 5:00 PM.\nFacebook\nEat all the vegan sushi at Yuan Vegetarien for under $30\nvia @om_nom_nomz100\n2115 Rue Saint-Denis\nSure, AYCE sushi is awesome, but vegan all you can eat sushi is even better. Find all the vegan sushi you can stomach at this Plateau vegetarian restaurant.\nFacebook\nEat all the tacos at M Burrito for under $30\nvia @kimabud\n921 Avenue du Mont-Royal E\nAll you can eat tacos? Yes, friends. You've read that right.\nFacebook\nEat all the sushi at Takumi for under $30\nvia @ciaomiranda12\n405 Rue Sherbrooke E\nAll you can eat sushi in Montreal is straight-up bae, friends, and this Plateau restaurant happens to offer all the sushi you can much on for under or just at $30 (depending on when you go).\nFacebook\nEat all the chicken wings at Gras Dur for under $30\nvia @legrasdur\n1660 Rue Jarry E\n$30 for all the chicken wings you can manage? Yasss.\nFacebook\nEat all the tartare at Bistro L'Aromate for under $30\nvia @genevieve_d1\n980 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O\nL'Aromate offers $27 AYCE tasting plates for tartare every Tuesday. Which means, if you're a tartare fan, prepare to have your whole life changed.\nFacebook\nEat all the butter chicken at Sahib for under $30\nvia @karinagelencser\n25B Hymus Blvd\nDuring lunchtime and and on weekends, this West Island Indian restaurant offers a buffet that's legit unbeatable. Although all the food is super tasty, their butter chicken legit cannot be beat.\nFacebook\nEat all the Brazilian meats at Rodizio Brasil for under $30\nvia @laisluci\n160 Rue Notre-Dame E\nTrue talk, the prospect of stuffing your face with as much meat as you can handle sounds amazing. And if that's your cup of tea, then good news: this Brazilian restaurant specializes in just that, and during lunchtime, the prices are unbeatable.\nFacebook\nEat all the Korean food at Tianxia for under $30\nvia @rashmipatel_\n2065 Rue Bishop\nAlright, not going to lie, Korean BBQ is life. And this cozy, adorable restaurant near Concordia University happens to specialize in Korean BBQ, meaning you can enjoy all the tasty, marinated meats you can handle.\nFacebook\nEat all the fish n' chips at McKibbins for under $30\nvia @hungryhungryhipgrave\n1426 Rue Bishop\nMondays at the McKibbin's on Bishop, you can get literally all the fish and chips you can stomach (which is a whole lot of fish and chips, let's be honest) for under or at $30.\nFacebook\nEat all the mussles at Brasserie Saint-Denis for under $30\nvia @marieebeausejour\n4350 Rue Saint-Denis\nIf mussles are the name of your game, then have I got some awesome news for you. This brasserie in Montreal's Plateau has AYCE mussels on Tuesdays, so slurp TF up, friends.\nFacebook\nEat all the Mexican food at Mezkal for under $30\nvia @toutedansmesfesses\n5834 Av du Parc\nTechnically, this isn't an all-you-can-eat spot... but it's actually pretty close. Every single food item on the menu here is $5, which means that you can get yourself a feast for super cheap.\nFacebook\nEat all the food at Warehouse for under $30\nvia @spiseknatalerzu\n1446 Rue Crescent\nAgain, this isn't exactly an all-you-can eat. But the $5 menu here is highkey amazing; you've got burgers, poutines, salads, pierogies, and basically anything you could possibly want.\nFacebook\nEat all the brunch at Gras Dur for under $30\nvia @excellente_\n1660 Rue Jarry E\nAll you can eat traditional brunch for $25 sounds pretty awesome. What sounds even better, though, is their champagne special - for $6 more, you get champagne included.