The moment we've all been waiting for is here: we can start to go back to Montreal restaurants again. Now, if only we could get back on an airplane and travel again. But, we deal with what we can, and luckily for us here in Montreal, not only do we have amazing restaurants, but we have cuisine from all over the world.\nBecause so many people often go away in the summer, there's no better time than now to make the most of the summer at home.\nSo if you're like me and had to cancel a trip or two, here are some of the ways to bring the cuisine and culture to you.\nAnd if you weren't planning on going to these countries, no better way to try their food before you add them to your bucket list.\nAfter all, we all know that food is one of the key factors in where we choose to travel.\nSo here's a list of twelve restaurants and what cuisine they offer that have officially reopened for dining to let you travel the world from your own city.\nItalian: Bistrorante Boccone\nAddress: 170, rue Jean-Talon E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Nestled in the old Royal Bank building in Little Italy, @bistroranteboccone is sure to please all Italian food lovers with their delicious and authentic Italian cusine!🍝 Check out my blog post today for my review! *link in bio*🐙 #turquoiseblog #boccone #bistroranteboccone #sponsored #mtlfoodie #mtlresto #mtlfood #mtleats #514eats #foodielover #montrealfood #montrealfoodie #montrealigers #foodiemtl #restomtl #foodieblog #blogueuse #bloggerlife #mtlfoodblog #mtlfoodblogger #littleitalymtl #eeeeeats #mtl #foodporn #huffposttaste #buzzfeedfood #beautifulcuisines #instafood @chilaps A post shared by Turquoise Blog|MTL|FOOD|TRAVEL (@elisebgravel) on Dec 27, 2017 at 6:44am PST\nIf you haven't spaghetti-ed yourself out during quarantine, head to Bistrorante Boccone for some authentic Italian cuisine.\nLocated in the Jean-Talon market, Eater Montreal rates it as one of the best Italian spots in the city.\nFacebook\nGreek: La Maison Grecque\nAddress: 450, ave. Duluth E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Shish kebab et crevettes géantes 🍢🦐 et assiette de souvlaki, côtelette d'agneau et steak 🥩 Un petit goût de la Grèce sur le plateau Mont-Royal. Super bonne bouffe et les portions sont généreuses! En plus la terrasse est super belle ET c'est un apportez votre vin💕 💸: 23.95$ chaque (ça inclut soupe, salade, dessert et café) A post shared by food blog | montréal 🍑 (@toutedansmesfesses) on Jul 15, 2019 at 5:19pm PDT\nSad you won't make it to Greece this summer? Not to worry — we've got a pretty big Greek population here in the city who are just as happy to show you the culture and cuisine.\nLa Maison Grecque in the Plateau is like stepping into a Greek villa, with singing, dancing and baklava to make you feel right at home.\nWebsite\nJapanese: Kyo\nAddress: 711, Côte de la Place d'Armes, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram #HAPPENINGGOURMAND begins today 🎈🎈 Until February 9th, enjoy the best of Old Montreal restaurants at a reduced cost✨ There’s even some great partnerships with @igloofest_mtl @spawilliamgray @rainspamtl and the Old Port Skating Rink so you can experience some #OldMontreal magic this winter ❄️❄️ #ExpoldMTL #InfluencerCampaign #RosePR 🌹 A post shared by Rose PR (@arose_pr) on Jan 16, 2020 at 8:48am PST\nKyo is embodies everything you're looking for in a trip to Japan: sophisticated, yet laid-back and super bold, yet welcoming.\nKnown for its izakaya and bento boxes, Kyo is a definite go-to spot for Japanese. It's even got a full list of sake — 25 types to be exact!\nWebsite\nThai: Pamika\nAddress: 901, rue Sherbrooke E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram |SWIPE to see the food| What an amazing time we had at @pamikamtl last night. It was truly a must-try hidden gem in the heart of Montreal. Authentic Thai cuisine and superb creative cocktails. . . . . . . . . . . . #pamika #pamikamtl #thairestaurant #thaibrasserie #thaifood #montreal #mtl #514 #montrealrestaurant #goodtimes #funtimes #brasserie #asian #chinese #chinesegirl #asiangirl #happy #gno #girlfriends #musttry #hiddengem #foodblogger #foodvlog #montrealfood #foodie #foodporn #foodism #foodgasm A post shared by Princess Jade (@princess_jade_) on Sep 20, 2018 at 8:45am PDT\nAnyone who has s been to Thailand knows that the beauty in the food is that it's so simple and so complex at the same time.\nPamika is a taste of Thailand here in Montreal that gives you the perfect mix of exotic and inviting vibes.\nWebsite\nMiddle Eastern: Falafel St. Jacques\nAddress: 345, rue St-Jacques, Lachine, Quebec\nView this post on Instagram Falafel pita 😍😍😍 Feeder @kissmytongs ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #feedmemontreal #foodie #foodporn #foodlover #foodgasm #foodstagram #foodpics #foodcoma #foodblogger #canada #foodshare #instafood #instagood #ilovefood #mtlfood #foodgram #mtlfoodie #montreal #picoftheday #omnomnom #delicious #tasty #yummy #hungry #foodphotography #eatingfortheinsta #foodart #food #falafel #sandwich A post shared by FEEDMEMONTREAL (@feedmemontreal) on Jun 3, 2020 at 5:03pm PDT\nIf you love Middle Eastern cuisine as much as I do, you know that there's no better than being fala-full of the yummiest food from this incredibly rich and diverse region.\nThis Montreal staple for its falafel, shawarma, bakes goods and more. There's even gluten-free laffa.\nWebsite\nCaribbean: Caribbean Curry House\nAddress: 6892, ave. Victoria, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram The comfort of a delicious stew chicken. #stewchicken #caribbeanfood #westindianfood A post shared by Caribbean Curry House (@caribbeancurryhousemtl) on Jan 5, 2020 at 7:03am PST\nIf you've been searching high and low for authentic Caribbean food in the city, then Caribbean Curry House is your spot.\nThe menu specializes in different types of Rotis, so your mouth is sure to take a real island vacation while dining here.\nWebsite\nFrench: Leméac\nAddress: 1045, ave. Laurier O., Outremont, QC\nView this post on Instagram The best feeling is waking up on a Monday morning after a great weekend and knowing I’m ready to take on anything ! ✨ love the weekend but I love my weekdays even more. (Although I wouldn’t mind taking brunch along with me during the week ☕️) I vote to make brunch a weekday thing , who’s with me ? —— #darlingmoments#myhappyviews#verilymoments A post shared by Faël Loreen François 🌿 (@faelfrancois) on Aug 19, 2019 at 9:07am PDT\nWhen you think of France, you think of culture and cuisine. Two things that we're very familiar with here in Quebec.\nLeméac is probably one of the most well-known French restaurants in the city. It's open for brunch, lunch dinner and late-night bites.\nWebsite\nIndian: India Rosa\nAddress: 1241, ave. Mont-Royal E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram My valentine A post shared by Chris Cui (@chriscui47) on Feb 14, 2020 at 7:06pm PST\nOne of the most exotic cuisines out there, Indian cuisine is and spice-filled labour of love that is filled with passion as it is with flavour.\nIndia Rosa is a modern take on the cuisine, offering traditional and creative takes on classics, as well as gorgeous cocktails.\nInstagram\nLatin American: El Garrobo\nAddress: 4115, rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC\nPosted by El Garrobo on Saturday, September 28, 2019\nIf Latin food doesn't sell you on a trip to El Salvador, then the music and dancing definitely will.\nEl Garrobo has all the flair of the South American destination that's totally delicious.\nFacebook\nBritish: Bishop & Bagg\nAddress: 52, rue Saint-Viateur O., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Le week-end avec @missrebeccaj 🤓😊 #montreal #mileend A post shared by Danny Burke (@_burkishdelight_) on Apr 22, 2019 at 8:57am PDT\nNothing says British culture quite like nights at the local pub.\nAnd Bishop & Bagg in the Plateau is ready to say "'Ello again, luv!" The cozy feel of the place makes you feel right at home and the meals are not just hearty but filled with heart.\nWebsite\nKorean: Pocha de Marie\nAddress: 5349, ave. Gatineau, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Bibimloveee 🍲 A post shared by Sophie Baril (@sophbaril) on Mar 22, 2017 at 4:39am PDT\nOne of the best exports from Korea is their cuisine, and K-Pop, of course.\nThis Montreal favourite is the go-to spot for things like bibimbap and jeon (Korean crepes).\nWebsite\nAmerican: Jukebox Burgers\nAddress: 11798, blvd. Salaberry, Dollard-Des Ormeaux, QC\nPrice: 💸💸\nView this post on Instagram traveled back in time to the 50s 📽♥️ A post shared by Karine Ouellette (@ka.ouellette) on Aug 19, 2018 at 3:42pm PDT\nDon't just travel the world. Travel back in time at Jukebox Burgers.\n1950's Americana is definitely the vibe of this joint that will not only satisfy your burger craving but will help you live out your Grease fantasy.\nWebsite\nBon appétit and bon voyage!