Le Central is Montreal's newest food hall, which is equipped to feed you for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between.\nMTL Blog attended its opening, and let's just say, no one left the event hungry. \nFind out what snacks and dishes were tried below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nAfter 11 years in the making, Le Central Food Court has officially opened. Last night, I got the chance to check out the latest addition to Montreal's food scene, and here's my honest opinion.\nFrom the moment I walked in, I felt as though I was transported to what I can only describe as a food haven. At this food hall, you can eat high-quality meals in a casual yet chic setting.\nThe bright colours, neon lights and copious amounts of snack options were overwhelming at first. And I can't forget to mention that the amazing smells surrounding me made my senses go wild.\nAfter taking a moment to compose myself, I decided to take a look at eatery within the establishment before committing to a dish. From sweet to savoury options and healthy choices to carb-infused selections, my brain was, once again, over-stimulated. The paradox of choice, right?\nAll the options around me led me to one conclusion: it was time to indulge - and boy, did I eat.\nI started by trying a slice of margarita pizza from Heirloom, which tasted like it was straight from Italy. I also indulged in some mouth-watering Thai-style noodles from Thip Thip. I also couldn’t resist having a few bites of Poké from Kamé, which was both fresh and tasty.\nI was barely able to move after eating so much but I knew, for our readers, that I couldn’t quit.\nDesert at Le Central is an entirely different ball game and, as someone who has a major sweet tooth, I was excited to indulge in all the goodness I was seeing in front of me - forgetting about the fact that I had already eaten enough for a small army.\nMontreal was in need of something as unique and cool as this food lovers paradise.\nI tried a caramel tender with hazelnut biscuit topped with dark chocolate fondant at Bagadó. And, although that it's quite appetizing, I must say that their strawberry macaron is even better!\nI love a good pastel de nata, which is a Portuguese tart, and I noticed they serve them at Cantina Emilia. This eatery is known for its epic chicken, but I went for a sweeter option. I had to try an oreo pastel nata, which, believe me, is as good as it sounds.\nI felt beyond stuffed and decided that I needed to leave before I ate myself into a coma. As I was making my way out, I remembered that there was this doughnut that caught my eye earlier.\nKatina Goulakos\nKatina Goulakos\nFor the good of the article, I marched right towards Trou de Beigne and got myself a cookie dough doughnut to-go.\nI initially planned to eat it later on that night, but since we're being honest, the doughnut didn’t even make it home. It was too good not to bite into as I drove, like a zombie, back to my house.\nIt may seem as though I tried a lot of food, which I did, but there were so many more options I would have tried if I had any room left in my stomach. From burgers to tar-tars to churros, this little food paradise is a great addition to the Montreal food scene.\nKatina Goulakos\nKatina Goulakos\nLe Central Food Court is a modern take on Montreal's age-old food scene and an ode to our multiculturalism. From the décor and ambiance to the options of food and quality of the products, I must say I was genuinely impressed.\nSo folks, my honest opinion? I ate way too much and it was, without a doubt, worth it.\nLe Central Food Court\nPrice: Varies by restaurant\nCuisine: A combination of different foods and flavours all under one roof.\nAddress: Corner of Boulevard Saint Laurent and Rue Saint Catherine\nWhy You Need To Go: This food hall has some incredible options, all of which are perfect for a quick snack, a much-needed lunch, or even to grab a filling dinner.