Here are 10 great spots to find cheap food near Vanier College in Ville St-Laurent.\nFrom Chinese, to Italian, to Lebanese, there are your options.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nSo it's your first week at Vanier College and you're on your first big break. Congratulations! Thanks to Universal Break, you have a 6-hour break between noon and your next class. Isn't college life awesome?\nYou get maddeningly hungry in hour 1. Munchies on the mind, you get up and think about what you're going to eat.\nOh yeah, you're in Ville Saint-Laurent. There's stuff nearby but otherwise, it's suburbia. You know that there are restaurants around but you have no idea where to go.\nWelcome to MTL Blog! Hungry? Not to worry, we've got you covered. Around Vanier, you say? Well...you've come to the right place! Here are 10 spots to find cheap food around Vanier College!\nDécarie Hot Dog\nPosted by Decarie Hot Dog on Monday, January 28, 2013\nWhat: An institution. The best steamie you'll ever have. The 8th wonder of the world. The same family has been making the same food for over 50 years and will for 50 more. Make the pilgrimage, you won't regret it.\nWhere: 953 boulevard Décarie\nCheck them out here!\nVinh Hing\nView this post on Instagram I first saw this place on @mtlbeanstalk 's feed, and never thought I would have a chance to go after found out its location. However, since I had to run some errands near the neighbourhood, this place popped up right away! I arrived at 12 pm sharp, the restaurant was packed, and had to wait around 10-15 minutes before we got seated. Menu is quite simple. Everyone in there ordered the Phnom Penh noodles (dry or soup), Siu Mai, and fried bread stick. 😋 If you are ever around station Côte-Vertu, you can consider this spot for lunch or early dinner (they close at 6 pm)! #eatwitheva_mtl A post shared by Eva (@eatwitheva) on Jul 4, 2016 at 7:01pm PDT\nWhat: Flavourful homemade soups that are one of a kind in Montreal! Seriously — no one else in the city makes Phnom Penh noodle soup. It's a must-try!\nWhere: 939 boulevard Décarie\nCheck them out here!\nMaison Samosa Express\nView this post on Instagram Best Samosas In Town.Rated no.1 by Montreal.Eater.com #Enjoy#vegan#chicken#beef#spinach&cheese#lamb#varietySamosa#https://montreal.eater.com/maps/where-to-get-best-samosas-montreal A post shared by Maisonsamosa (@maisonsamosa) on Apr 16, 2019 at 2:23pm PDT\nWhat: A classic, no-frills Indian restaurant that lives up to its name with deliciously huge samosas. Don't sleep on the butter chicken, either.\nWhere: 1430 rue de l'Église\nCheck them out here!\nREAD ALSO: Where To Find Cheap Food Near Montreal's Dawson College\nBol Orange\nView this post on Instagram I always go back for japchae and green onion fried chicken. :O A post shared by @ awktopoo on May 19, 2019 at 7:31pm PDT\nWhat: Back when I was in Vanier, this place wasn't around but people rave about it! You'll find budget-friendly Korean food in a low-key setting and huge portions. Why wasn't this place around when I was at Vanier?\nWhere: 983 boulevard Décarie\nCheck them out here!\nAbu Elias\nView this post on Instagram Mr Owl, How Many Licks Does It Take To Get To The Tootsie Roll Center Of A Tootsie Pop👅 A post shared by Aaron Polsky (@anchoviesanonymous) on Jul 26, 2018 at 10:01am PDT\nWhat: A short walk past D building and you'll find one of the best-kept secrets in all of Montreal. Abu Elias is perhaps the most authentic Lebanese grocer in all of Montreal. I have fond memories of that place — going back right now! See ya there.\nWhere: 733 boulevard Cote-Vertu O.\nCheck them out here!\nDolci Piu\nView this post on Instagram Lunch time noms in the hood with Italian cold cut panino and 🧀 & pecan Danish 🍽 | #mtlfood #mtlbaker #cheeseemoji A post shared by Dahlia M (@dahllii) on Oct 27, 2015 at 11:09am PDT\nWhat: Though known as a bakery specializing in wedding cakes and Italian sweets, Dolci Piu has a seriously awesome sandwich and rectangle pizza selection that goes fast around lunchtime!\nWhere: 849 boulevard Décarie\nCheck them out here!\nMaison Shing Do\nView this post on Instagram Post con meal. We ALWAYS overindulge after a con. #MontrealMinicomiccon was no exception! #ChineseFood #food #dumplings #rice #PeanutButterSauce #eggplant #FriedSpinach #VegetableBalls #chicken A post shared by Bradley Fenton (@keyissuescomics) on May 4, 2015 at 12:14am PDT\nWhat: Vanier students (at least in my circle) would debate about which Chinese restaurant was the best: Maison Shing Do, with its awesome peanut butter chicken or...\nWhere: 910 boulevard Décarie\nCheck them out here!\nKam Do\nView this post on Instagram If you are a big fan of general tao, we highly recommend this little hidden gem 🍲😋 #kamdo #generaltao #mtlfood A post shared by Food Couple Mtl (@foodcouplemtl) on Feb 23, 2018 at 4:19pm PST\nWhat: ...Kam Do with its mouth-watering General Tao chicken? Those debates were silly because both are fantastic. Why not go to both?\nWhere: 971 boulevard Décarie\nCheck them out here!\nResto-Cafe Bar du College\nView this post on Instagram 7:48 pm - carbs; A post shared by Montréal 📍 21 🌹 (@ebsv_) on Mar 10, 2018 at 7:28am PST\nWhat: du College has been pretty straightforward for over 20 years: delicious pizza and a huge range of Italian comfort food like spaghetti, subs, and more. What more do you need to know?\nWhere: 1475 rue du College\nCheck them out here!\nTaco Bell\nView this post on Instagram The spread. #adventures with @ohsoap #snow #travel #bff #friends #roadtrip #travel #canada #fightthesystem #nothanksgiving @tacobell #tacobell #food #foodporn #thanksgiving #montreal A post shared by Janine (@robozombdinosaur) on Nov 24, 2016 at 9:19pm PST\nWhat: It's the only one in Montreal, after all. I don't recommend this too often but hey, YOLO.\nWhere: 1595 boulevard Cote-Vertu O.\nCheck them out here!