Below are listed 6 cheap places to eat in the Montreal West Island suburb of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue near John Abbott College.\nIt may be far from the city centre, but Abbott is fortunate to have a good, eclectic handful of spots to grab a bite in the area! \nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nJohn Abbott students must get that they're much-maligned and oft-forgotten when it comes to English Montreal CÉGEPs because of how far it is from everything. I've lived here my whole life and only know one person that went to John Abbott! Though some of you are convinced this place is a collective hallucination, John Abbott exists!\nYou won't find much other than McGill's Macdonald campus and the lakeshore around John Abbott campus, which made this list of cheap places to eat especially difficult to compile. We managed it though! Surprisingly, y'all have a decent range of options.\nThanks to Macdonald campus's proximity, John Abbott students have access to a ton of delicious farm-fresh produce and local recipes! There is also a variety of family-owned restaurants and cafés. It was a little more complicated to find truly cheap eats like those in downtown Montreal, but they're around if you look hard enough.\nWithout further ado, here are the best cheap eats near John Abbott College!\nBasile Pizzeria\nWhat: A casual little diner along the waterfront that serves up classic comfort food.\nWhere: 74 rue Sainte-Anne\nCheck it out here!\nMarché Sainte-Anne\nView this post on Instagram Better get your carrots before Mattson gobbles 'em all up! #farmersmarket#carotts A post shared by MSEG (@macdonaldecologicalgarden) on Oct 7, 2017 at 12:28pm PDT\nWhat: A year-round farmer's market that specializes in local products from around the region!\nWhere: 23 rue Perrault\nCheck it out here!\nCafé T.W.I.G.S.\nView this post on Instagram Three hour breaks are great for studying #theatre A post shared by Victoria Dudley (@victoriadudley) on Oct 4, 2018 at 9:38am PDT\nWhat: Café T.W.I.G.S is a perfect spot to study and have a quick lunch in between classes! The sandwiches are incredible.\nWhere: 85 rue Sainte-Anne\nCheck it out here!\nCafe Au Bout de L'Isle\nView this post on Instagram Come join us for breakfast or lunch in our welcoming dining room- now featuring amazing art by @studiofloradele 🌺🌷🌼 A post shared by Au Bout De L’Isle (@cafeauboutdelisle) on May 27, 2019 at 4:58pm PDT\nWhat: One of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue's favourite spots, Au Bout de L'Isle is the perfect spot to grab everything from breakfast to dinner.\nWhere: 129 rue Sainte-Anne\nCheck it out here!\nBistro BoaboA\nView this post on Instagram twisted bun with condensed milk💚💚 A post shared by Bistro BoaboA (@boaboa3088) on Dec 24, 2017 at 6:25pm PST\nWhat: A cozy little place with delicious Asian snacks and soups.\nWhere: 27 rue Sainte-Anne\nCheck them out here!\nTandoori Bellevue\nView this post on Instagram Our Lovingly Prepared Chicken Tikka Masala. www.tandooribellevue.com #montreal #montrealfood #mtl #mtlblog #mtlfoodies #westisland #westisland #westislandmontreal #jac #macdonaldcampus A post shared by Tandoori Bellevue (@tandooribellevue) on Oct 9, 2017 at 10:44am PDT\nWhat: Traditional Indian cuisine in a stylish setting. Maybe a little more expensive than the others on this list, but totally worth it.\nWhere: 67 rue Sainte-Anne\nCheck them out here!\nHave a great semester, John Abbott students!