Although it's true that the Montreal restaurant game is a difficult one to play, new restaurants still pop up in the city all the time. I think that's a beautiful thing; variety is the spice of life, and each restaurant tends to have something super unique and awesome about it.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Is Hosting Its First-Ever Official “Taco Week” This Fall\nWhich also means there are an abundance of restaurants opened just in time for you to spend your October discovering some new awesome dishes and new awesome places. Confused as to where to begin your new restaurant adventure? No worries. That's what I'm here for.\n1. Moushi\nA photo posted by Alice Renaud (@alice_renaud) on Sep 29, 2016 at 10:54am PDT\n5209 Boulevard Décarie\nKnown for taking one seriously awesome dish (sushi) and making it even better, Moushi has introduced their incredibly tasty sushi burritos to Montreal's food scene. Indulge, guys. Indulge.\nFacebook\n2. The Captain's Boil\nA photo posted by 514eats (@514eats) on Sep 14, 2016 at 5:43pm PDT\n1836 Rue Sainte-Catherine\nThis Ontario chain has put its foot in the door of Montreal's food market, and let me tell you, they're doing an awesome job. They focus on seafood, like lobster, shrimps, crab, and more, and mix everything together with an undeniably unique flavour.\nFacebook\n3. Stella Pizzeria\nA photo posted by Na'eem Adam (@naeem.adam) on Oct 2, 2016 at 7:23pm PDT\n1327 Avenue Laurier E\nAuthentic Italian pizza right in the heart of Montreal's Plateau, this pizzeria hasn't been open for super long - but it's already making a huge splash. Their food is fresh and tasty, and with authentic, simple, and flavourful offerings, you know there's no way you can do any wrong.\nFacebook\n4. The Dumpling Hut\nA photo posted by @travelandmunchies on Sep 22, 2016 at 4:10pm PDT\n3591 Rue Clark\nHonestly, I feel like I say it a lot, but whatever - I'll say it a million more times if I have to. Dumplings are my whole, entire life. If it were up to me, I'd just feast on dumplings every day, forever. Dumpling Hut, a brand new, small restaurant in the Plateau, serves up simple - and simply amazing - steaming hot dumplings. They're so good you won't want to stop eating them, either.\n5. Halal Guys\nA photo posted by Miranda ✌?️?? (@ciaomiranda12) on Sep 6, 2016 at 3:53pm PDT\n1448 Rue Mackay\nThis famous chain comes straight from New York, and although it opened up a couple of months ago, its tasty offerings are the perfect October comfort foods. Their chicken and gyros combo dish features the best of both worlds: moist, flavorful, and lean meats piled high on top of rice and salad and slathered in their signature white and (spicy!) red sauces.\nFacebook\n6. Banh Mi Queen\nA photo posted by Will Travel for Food (@mayssamaha) on Sep 30, 2016 at 1:46pm PDT\n3723 Boul St-Laurent\nHaving opened up in early October, this super fun shop is right near Big In Japan, and is home to the world's tastiest sandwiches: banh mi. Featuring moist bread, yummy flavours, and all-around good vibes, this spot is one you totally have to visit this month.\nFacebook\n7. Le Super Qualite\nA photo posted by Lula (@lluullaaby) on Sep 14, 2016 at 4:56pm PDT\n1211 Rue Bélanger\nThis Indian snack bar is a small, cozy, and modern space in Montreal's Rosemont. They serve up tasty Indian snacks, vegetarian and non-vegetarian Thalis, and some incredibly tasty drinks.\nFacebook\n8. Caifan\nA photo posted by Caifan Montreal (@caifan_montreal) on Sep 30, 2016 at 1:45pm PDT\n67 Rue Beaubien E\nA taco spot and Mexican food restaurant in Montreal's Little Italy, Caifan slays the game at serving up authentic Mexican dishes (and seriously tasty drinks). Their tacos al pastor? To die past-for. (That was a lame pun, but trust, the food here is great).\nFacebook\n9. Jumak\nA photo posted by Yoonjin Cho (@jsuis.j) on Jul 16, 2016 at 1:41pm PDT\n5335 Chemin Queen Mary\nKorean food fans, rejoice. This spot is situated in NDG, has a seriously family-run, warm, and welcoming vibe, and some seriously legit food. Not only are the dishes tasty, and not only is the vibe super comfortable, but the prices happen to be incredibly fair, as well, making for a dining experience you won't soon forget.\nFacebook\n10. Campo\nA photo posted by CAMPO (@campomtl) on Sep 26, 2016 at 4:05pm PDT\n1108 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O\nPortuguese chicken, anyone? This downtown Montreal spot specializes in firing up one seriously mean Portuguese chicken, but their other dishes - like their ribs and chorizo - deserve some legit standing ovations, as well.\nFacebook\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.