"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, Montreal fusion restaurants bring together flavours and cuisines in a beautiful and delicious way.\nIt's no secret that Montreal is one of the best foodie cities in North America.\nEditor's Choice: 9 Spots In Ontario That'll Make You Feel Like You’re On The Other Side Of The World\nAnd the best part about living in a foodie city is knowing that the food scene is constantly changing and evolving.\nBecause just like Montreal, food should bring in new influences and elements to keep taking it to newer and better places.\nAlthough people come from places with different languages and cultures, we all speak food.\nFor this list, we took a look at some of the most popular spots in the city that offer incredible blends of a variety of cuisines.\nSome may be an obvious combination, while others may be a little more surprising.\nBut all of them are equally as delicious.\nTiradito\nAddress: 1076, rue de Bleury, Montreal, QC (take-out only)\nCuisine: Peruvian, Latin, Japanese\nView this post on Instagram PERUVIAN-JAPANESE/ @tiraditomtl is one of my go-to restaurants in my neighbourhood! Their Nikkei cuisine is unique and bursting with flavour. If you’re not yet comfortable going to their restaurant, you can enjoy their most popular dishes via takeout. Their ceviche is one of my favorite dishes (pictured in the middle). We also had ceviche palmito, salmon tartare, causa de crabe and kimchi dumplings 🥟 . #mtlfinedine . . . #gifted #mtl #montreal #foodiesmtl #foodie #instafoodie #mtlblog #mtlblogger #mtlfood #igers #igersmtl #foodgasm #foodblog #foodblogger #514 #montreality #montrealcity #dailyfoodfeed #nikkeicuisine #peruvianfood #japanesefood #discoveredunder5k A post shared by Montreal Food & Life (@spoonfulof.chic) on Jul 31, 2020 at 6:15am PDT\nThis industrial-chic spot downtown brings together the best of Peruvian, Latin and Japanese cuisine, including dishes like yuca fries, kimchi dumplings and cheese empanadas.\nCurrently offering only takeout to bring some of the Tiradito magic to you.\nWebsite\nCasa Kaizen\nAddress: 16, ave. des Pins E., Montreal, QC\nCuisine: Japanese, Mexican, Vegan\nView this post on Instagram Cuisine asiatique ou mexicaine? 🥢🌮 Pourquoi avoir à choisir quand vous pouvez avoir les deux?! Casa Kaizen saura vous satisfaire avec ses tapas asiatiques avec une touche mexicaine!😋 ——— Asian or Mexican food? 🥢🌮 Why chose when you can have both?! Casa Kaizen will hit the spot with their Asian tapas with Mexican flair! 😋 A post shared by Casa Kaizen (@casakaizen) on Jul 14, 2020 at 9:33am PDT\nFrom the Sushi Momo family comes Casa Kaizen, a new trendy spot that brings you even more delicious food that you won't believe it's vegan.\nWebsite\nElvita\nAddress: 2931, rue Masson, Montreal, QC\nCuisine: Latin, Mediterranean\nView this post on Instagram Trio canicule : Aperol Spritz + Salade Méditerranéenne + Air climatisé #wehadyoucovered #aperolspritz #crevettes A post shared by Italian Fusion Cuisine (@elvitasrestaurant) on Jul 10, 2020 at 2:38pm PDT\nA 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.\nWebsite\nIndia Rosa\nAddress: 1241, ave. Mont-Royal E., Montreal, QC\nCuisine: Indian, Contemporary\nView this post on Instagram India Rosa's new Indian fusion brunch is simply wonderful. The menu was designed by Chef Arnaud Glay from @passecomposemtl and Chef Inderjeet Sandhu from @indiarosamtl to offer a nice balance between brunch classics and rich Indian flavors Thanks to @trangreeny and @indiarosamtl for the invitation and for this wonderful time ❤️ ________________________________________ Le nouveau brunch fusion indienne du India Rosa est tout simplement merveilleux. Le menu a été conçu par le Chef Arnaud Glay du @passecomposemtl et le Chef Injerdeet Sabdhu du @indiarosamtl pour nous offrir un bel équilibre entre les classiques du brunch et les riches saveurs indiennes Merci à @trangreeny et au @indiarosamtl pour l'invitation et ce moment de qualité ❤️ A post shared by Gigi | Montreal Foodie (@gigi.in.mtl) on Mar 31, 2019 at 9:00am PDT\nKnown 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.\nWebsite\nGrenadine\nAddress: 2004, ave. de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Montreal, QC\nCuisine: French, Fusion\nView this post on Instagram Ravioli de champignons crème de courge et sauge frite. #ravioli #mushrooms #montrealfood #restaurantgrenadine #restaurantmontreal A post shared by Restaurant Grenadine (@grenadinemtl) on Feb 1, 2020 at 9:31am PST\nWe 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.\nCurrently offering take-out every other week, but still just as delicious.\nWebsite\nRestaurant Bok\nAddress: 5461, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC (take-out only)\nCuisine: Korean, Chinese\nJajangmyeon \nNouilles fraîches faites à la main garnies d'une sauce épaise aux haricots noirs\n\nJajangmyeon\nFresh handmade noodles topped with thick black bean saucePosted by Restaurant Bok on Thursday, May 3, 2018\nCombining two of the most popular cuisines, Restaurant Bok brings Korean and Chinese to the people of Montreal. It also offers great options for vegetarians.\nCurrently only offering take-out so you can still enjoy the best of Restaurant Bok.\nFacebook\nBon appétit!