Presented by\nCelebrate fine Japanese cuisine during Montreal’s biggest foodie festival!\nThis event is part of Montréal en Lumière.\nThis is the first edition of the Taste of Japan, taking place on February 21 and 22.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\n\nThe 21st edition of our city’s famous Montréal en Lumière is fast approaching! Showcasing the best in Quebec gastronomy since 2000, this festival routinely draws locals and visitors who come from near and far to celebrate the one thing that Montreal does best: food, of course.\nWhile the festival as a whole kicks off on February 20 until March 1, Montréal en Lumière will proudly be presenting their brand-new Taste of Japan event on February 21 and 22 at Quartier Gourmand in the heart of Montréal en Lumière’s outdoor site, serving some of the finest Japanese dishes in Montreal!\nImmerse yourself in a lively dining atmosphere and treat yourself to exquisite meals prepared by the hands of expert chefs who’ve made their mark in Montreal’s Japanese culinary scene. Suddenly hungry? Can’t say we blame you.\n View this post on Instagram Le gyoza est un de nos coups de coeur de la cuisine de rue japonaise 🥟🥢 #mtlenlumiere // Collaboration avec @cariboumagazine Photo : @janytremblay Stylisme culinaire: @fredericauthier Assistant photographe: @pachakal A post shared by MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE (@mtlenlumiere) on Jan 28, 2020 at 10:08am PST\n\nAccompanying the gastronomic delights set to be served during the Taste of Japan event will be a scheduled alcohol-tasting for only 20$ with an expert sommelier — which sounds like the definition of a perfect night, honestly. Sip on some of the finest sakes or discover different whiskeys and gins as you make your way around the site taking in Japanese art, multiple film screenings, culinary demonstrations, and, of course, music. \nThis is the first time that Taste of Japan will be taking part in Montréal en Lumière. Set in Quartier Gourmand, Taste of Japan is right in the middle of all the foodie action in the very heart of the city. After attracting over 15,000 visitors at its incredibly successful launch last year, Quartier Gourmand is THE hub for foodies attending Montréal en Lumière. Here, you can indulge in great food and drinks and make some delightful discoveries.\n View this post on Instagram Connaissez-vous le takoyaki ? 🇯🇵 C’est une boulette frite de pieuvre qu’on retrouve typiquement dans les kioskes de nourriture de rue à Osaka 🐙 #mtlenlumiere // Collaboration avec @cariboumagazine Photo: @janytremblay Stylisme culinaire: @fredericauthier Assistant photographe: @pachakal A post shared by MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE (@mtlenlumiere) on Jan 23, 2020 at 1:09pm PST\n\nOh, and it’s an indoor site — meaning that it won’t be a situation where you’ll be worried about freezing to death. So, you can rest easy knowing that you’ll be able to enjoy the finest food and drinks, explore the latest culinary trends, and (re)discover Japanese dishes, all while taking part in Montreal’s biggest (and tastiest!) winter festival.\nHappening for two days only, on February 21 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and February 22 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., don’t miss out on Taste of Japan. Buy your tickets now to reserve your spot!\n View this post on Instagram Full house at mtl en lumière #mtl #mtlmoments #mtlpics #mtlblog #mtlcity #mtlphotos #montreal #montreall #livemontreal #514 #thisMTL #mtlclassic #montréal #montrealcity #instagram #igersmtl #igmtl #igersmontreal #igmontreal #mtlenlumiere #quartierdesspectacles A post shared by Felipe Collado-Fabbri (@felipecollado) on Feb 28, 2016 at 4:56pm PST\n\n\n\nMontréal en Lumière's Taste of Japan event\nPrice: Entrance fee is $10–$15; dishes are $5–$15; tasting workshops are $ 20 (in addition to the entrance fee).\nType of cuisine: Japanese.\nAddress: Quartier Gourmand, 305 Sainte-Catherine St. W., Montreal, QC H2X 2A3.\nWhy You Need To Go: Spend a night out at Montreal's biggest winter festival tasting the best Japanese food in the city!\n\n\nWant to purchase tickets to Montréal en Lumière's Taste of Japan event? Visit their website. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for more information.