11 All-New Montreal Restaurants To Discover
The IT spot to hit the spot.
The list is back! What list you ask? Well ladies and gents, I have decided to take the term foodie to another level. You saw it forand now I've got the trendiest spots with incredible specialities that will make you call up an ex, just so you have a date to take to to one of these places.
Just a couple months into 2016, and there's already so many new restaurants to dine at. This is SO exciting! Feast yourselves with Montreal's finest...Eat at your own risk.
1638 Rue Notre Dame O.
Foxy is the new venture of Olive & Gourmando owners Dyan Solomon and Éric Girard. Interesting fact: Foxy is the name of their dog! Also picture delicious vegetables, home made feta, and meats smoked-in house on a [wood-fired] bread oven.
For more information, check out their website.
1250, boulevard Robert-Bourassa
The East restaurant offers pan-Asian cuisine in an eclectic and modern decor with details reminiscent of the effervescent era of Old Shanghai. They've got speciality dishes coming straight from the source, and even breakfast a la Dim Sum.
Check out their full menu here.
Hoogan & Beaufort
4095 Rue Molson
New restaurant from Chef Marc-André Jetté and sommelier William Saulnier.
Check out their full menu and wine list here.
4005 Rue Ontario E.
A french BYOB restaurant featuring French fare such as foie gras, salmon tartare and a variety of meats.
NINI Meatball House
1752 Rue Notre Dame O.
Of course the speciality here is meatballs! Try the beef bacon cheddar ones, or the tuna and spicy mayo. They come in three so I suggest you just take a couple of the best ones and share! They are out of this world.
6631 Rue Jeanne- Mance
How to define Mile ex? Street food and seafood. It rhymes and it tastes like the ocean.
Check out the details right here.
photo cred - Le Pier 66
Le Pier 66
361 Bernard St. E.
For the fish and seafood lovers, this charming new place is a must!
236 Rue St-Zotique E.
Haitian vibes, signature dishes and rum inspired cocktails.
112 Rue McGill
Modern Greek seafood with a twist.
6896 St Dominique
Salmagundis is a "New Canadian" cuisine offered by this eatery with an outstanding wine list, and weekend brunch. Smoked Quail, Wood Sorrel, and Bone Marrow are some of their speciality dishes.
*BONUS: Keep your eyes out for the following places opening up very soon...
Les Enfants Terribles (opening on the top floor of place Ville Marie)
Foiegwa & Atwater Cocktail Club (opening on corner of Atwater and Notre Dame)
Oliver and Bonacini (in the Mont Stephens Club)
L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon (in the Montreal Casino)