If a delicious meal that's made with love from a local restaurant and saves you a bit of cash is your ideal take-out trifecta, consider ordering something with eggs.\nEggs add a boost of flavour and nutrition to any meal. A serving of just two large eggs provides 13 grams of protein, plus vitamin A, D, E folate, iron, zinc and choline. What's even better is that they can be eaten at any time of the day: before work as breakfast, during your lunch break or while you wind down in the evening.\nWith so many Montrealers living, working and doing pretty much everything else from home these days, Get Cracking and SkipTheDishes have teamed up to make it easier than ever for Montrealers to enjoy the protein-packed goodness of eggs any time — and with a discount, too.\nStarting May 10 and running for a limited time, search "EggsAnytime" on SkipTheDishes and get $5 off an egg-cellent meal from participating restaurants. Be forewarned: you might just be tempted to order, eat, repeat.\nRamen Tonkotsu Au Poulet From Tsukuyomi Ramen\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Yan Cacc (@yan.cacchione)\nAddress: 5207, boul. St-Laurent, Montreal, QCWhy You Need To Try It: Like a warm hug after a long day, ramen reigns supreme when it comes to comfort food, and Tsukuyomi's Chicken Tonkatsu is definitely no exception.\nPacked full of noodles, pork bone broth, braised chicken, nori, spinach, bean sprouts and, of course, a seasoned egg (but would it even be ramen without it?), what sets Tonkatsu apart from the rest is the silky smooth consistency of its creamy broth that'll have you slurping the bowl clean. Menu\nCapricciosa Pizza From Marché Italien Le Richmond\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Marché Italien Le Richmond (@marcheitalienlerichmond)\n\n \n\nAddress: 333, ave Richmond, Montreal, QCWhy You Need To Try It: Marché Italian Le Richmond's Capricciosa Pizza is a mouthwatering meal whether you order it fresh or for later. It's not just the perfectly crisp crust and ooey-gooey mozzarella that makes this a delicious go-to, but the addition of hard-boiled eggs, artichokes, tomatoes, cooked ham and mushrooms. While a great dish for sharing, you might just want this one all to yourself.Menu\nKatsudon From Fleurs Et Cadeaux\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Fleurs & Cadeaux (@fleurs_cadeaux)\n\n \n\n\nAddress: 1002, rue St-Urbain, Montreal, QC\nWhy You Need To Try It: Fleurs et Cadeaux's Katsudon features breaded and fried pork loin pan-cooked with dashi broth, egg and onion. Served over rice, it's a great protein-packed dish to keep you full and feelin' fine all day long.\nIf a picture speaks a thousand words, then this dish might as well pen its own novel because it's one you're sure to remember. Menu\nFried Egg With Shrimp From Ruby Rouge\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by carolyn c (@rusticsails)\n\n \n\n\nAddress: 1008, rue Clark, Montreal, QCWhy You Need To Try It: It's the simplicity of Ruby Rouge's fried eggs with shrimp — like so many dishes from this Chinatown staple — that make it as tasty as it is wholesome. It's the kind of meal you can even enjoy for lunch, dinner, on the go, or just 'cause. Menu\nCroque Madame From Duc de Lorraine\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𝗜𝗕𝗥𝗔𝗛𝗜𝗠 Kofi 𝗔𝗣𝗣𝗜𝗔𝗛 (@ibsappiah)\nAddress: 5002, rue Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal, QCWhy You Need To Try It: You may be familiar with the Croque-Monsieur, but if you've yet to become acquainted with its spouse, the Croque-Madame, it's high time to introduce yourself.\nDuc de Lorraine's Croque-Madame keeps it real delish with a fried egg and broiled béchamel atop a toasted ham and cheese sandwich. The yolk actually acts as a sort of sauce the second you bite into it, infusing the sandwich with even more flavour. Menu \nPad Thai From Soupe & Roll\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Timothy Dykes | Unsplash\n \n \n \n\n\nAddress: 5865, rue Hochelaga, Montreal, QCWhy You Need To Try It: Hitting all the flavour notes that make a dish truly delicious, it's with good reason that pad thai is so popular. Springy rice noodles, sauce that'll send your tastebuds to heaven, scrambled-in eggs and veggies all colours of the rainbow making Soupe & Roll's Pad Thai as gram-worthy as it is appetizing.Menu\nMinced Pork & Preserved Egg With Rice Congee From Restaurant Jade Chinatown\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Yui Yuize | Dreamstime\n \n \n \n\n\nAddress: Currently 1008, rue Clark, Montreal, QC, for delivery.Why You Need To Try It: Get ready to savour the flavours of Restaurant Jade's Minced Pork and Preserved Egg with Rice Congee. Sometimes called "century egg", a preserved egg is one that's been aged in a mixture of ash, clay, salt, quicklime and rice hulls. The result is an explosion of flavour that makes this ingredient a must-try, at least once.\nMenu\nFor $5 off one of these dishes, search "EggsAnytime" on SkipTheDishes, select the restaurant of your choice and pick the menu item that grabs your eye. The offer is active between 11am and midnight every day during the promotion, and the discount will be automatically applied to your order.\nWhether you choose warm and hearty ramen, delicious pizza or cheesy Croque-Madame, these Montreal restaurants have tasty, egg-filled meals that you can enjoy at any time of the day.\nTo learn more about eggs and anytime recipes, visit the Get Cracking website or follow them on Facebook or Instagram.