Alright, guys, a new month, a new bunch of restaurants to check out in Montreal.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's "Milkshake Bar" You Gotta Go To Like Now!!! (10 Photos)\nAlthough the city has literally tons and tons of amazing restaurants, and some might even be your alltime favourites, it's never a bad thing to discover new spots.\nAnd if you're having trouble discovering, then don't worry. I got your back.\nManeki\nvia @frenchcuisse\n3121 Rue Hochelaga\nAlright, who here loves Asian dishes? Everyone? Great! This Homa restaurant combines various Asian dishes into one seriously sleek space. Oh, and try the tofu General Tao. Sooo, so good.\nFacebook\nQueen Sheba\nvia @articule_mtl\n4525 Park Ave\nThis Montreal Ethiopian restaurant is actually bae. Serving up traditional Ethiopian dishes in a super beautiful and comfy setting, this spot is perfect for your next meal.\nFacebook\nZoe Dessert\nvia @___ssophia\n2160 St Mathieu St\nBubble waffles. Sesame ice cream. Green tea matcha lattes. Egg puddings. All these beautiful, sweet, tasty delights (and many, many more!) await you at this downtown Montreal dessert shop - check it out ASAP, and thank me later.\nFacebook\nMagdalena\nvia @clairetousignant\n4005 Rue Notre-Dame O\nAlthough this St. Henri spot is technically a wine bar (which, come on, yasss), they've also got a super solid cocktail and food menu - complete with gluten-free and vegan options.\nFacebook\nJCer Restaurant\nvia @amy_ts_leung\n505 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O\nThis downtown Montreal spot specializes in gourmet Chinese food; and trust, it does not disappoint. Come here to enjoy succulent dishes of duck, shrimp, and much more!\nFacebook\nCafe Momo\nvia @jocelyn945\n5525 Monkland Ave\nOne words: bingsoo. If you don't know what bingsoo is, rest assured, it's what real dreams are made of. This creamy, fruity, sweet Korean shaved ice dessert is basically heaven in a cup, and this Monkland Village dessert shop just to happens to carry tons of different bingsoo options - among a whole trove of other super tasty offerings.\nFacebook\nChez Boris\nvia @iamameloche\n5151 Park Ave\nAnyone who's been an active part of Montreal's food scene knows that this Mile End donut shop isn't new. But this month, do yourselves a favour and check it out.\nFacebook\nSadly, Chez Boris will be closing up shop at the end of April. So go, enjoy, and appreciate it while you still can. Those Beignewiches will have a place in Montreal's heart forever.