The ramen restaurant always has amazing monthly specials, so we're sure this one won't disappoint.
The dish is made with "thick noodles in a vegetarian miso broth topped with pork belly, onsen tamago, kakiage, sweet corn, scallions, nori, chilli pepper, chilli oil, butter, and a blow-torched tomato with swiss cheese."
For an extra $2, you can also add another onsen tamago, which is basically the equivalent of eggs benny.
The dish is available for just $14.95 for takeout and delivery.
It may be a breakfast dish, but we're sure it makes for a great meal any time of day.
Just be sure to give it a try before March 31.
We can't wait to taste it! What about you?
Address: See website for multiple locations
Price: $14.95, order online
Why You Need To Go: For an all-day-breakfast like no other.
Montreal food lovers missing their glory days of restaurant hopping rejoice: YATAI MTL, a festival dedicated to Japanese food and culture, is back with Japan Week, a mixture of both online and in-person events from June 7 to 13.
Opening night on Monday, June 7, at Café Osmo (51, rue Sherbrooke Ouest) at 5 p.m., will feature a Japanese mini market and "official opening of the association between Café Osmo and the Japanese counter Marusan," according to a press release.
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.
Eggs 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.
With 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.
Starting 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.
Why 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.
Packed 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.
Why 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.
Why 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.
If 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.
Why 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.
Why 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.
Duc 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.
Why 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.
Address: 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.
For $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.
Whether 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.
St-Hubert just added fried chicken to their menu, and it's already a big hit. You can order it to go, have it delivered or eat it in dining rooms — but don't take too long picking a side dish, because this crispy goodness is available only for a limited time.
The restaurant chain has been Quebecers' favourite spot for quality chicken since 1951, so this new take on a classic dish really makes sense. It might even become your go-to for sports night or any time you're craving comfort food.
Each meal includes four pieces of fried chicken, a honey and piri-piri sauce and a side of your choice — and that's on top of the classic coleslaw, bread and BBQ sauce.
In case you were wondering, St-Hubert's fried chicken isn't the same as their crispy chicken breast fillets and rotisserie chicken. It's a completely new menu item and is a mix of chicken drumsticks, thighs and wings.
The fried chicken and sauce go perfectly together. The sauce is delicious without overwhelming the flavour of the chicken. Plus there's just the right amount of food: someone with a big appetite will feel satisfied with the portions, and someone who isn't a big eater will have leftovers.
This new dish is a real game-changer for lovers of fried chicken. It's nothing like typical finger food that leaves your hands all greasy.
If spring makes you want to just get out and experience new things, then stop by St-Hubert and try their new fried chicken. And who knows? If it's really popular, it might even stay on the menu for good!
Over the past year, more and more people have become aware of the importance of supporting local businesses.
Whether you're shopping for handmade clothes that fit your new WFH lifestyle, ordering takeout from a small restaurant or picking out farm-to-table ingredients for dinner, we've become increasingly aware that buying local is good for our communities.
If you want to be more informed when it comes to your everyday shopping and eating habits, the Aliments du Québec au menu program lists more than 600 restaurants that promote Quebec products on their menus.
The list includes all types of establishments: independent businesses, local cafés, microbreweries and even large chains — but it's the delicious homemade sauces lovingly concocted by the restaurants in the Aliments du Québec au menu program that really steal the show.
From wings smothered in mouthwatering bourbon BBQ to burgers doused in boozy beer sauce, these local dishes are perfect for anyone who thinks that sauce is basically life.
Les 3 Brasseurs
Featured Sauce: The beer sauce
Why You Need To Try It: Les 3 Brasseurs has created a seriously delectable homemade sauce using drinks brewed directly on site. It's a unique blend that you won't find anywhere else.
The Dish To Order: To tide you over until official BBQ season, the Traditional Burger is made with a Quebec beef patty served with all the summer toppings you could ask for: a slice of dill pickle, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and of course, Les 3 Brasseurs' must-try beer sauce.
Why You Need To Try It: Comforting and downright delicious, Toujours Mikes' sauce has that special something that makes you want to eat it straight from the jar.
The Dish To Order: The Duetto All-Dressed Pizza is the perfect way to enjoy this sauce (and two of everyone's favourite foods). Pairing pizza and spaghetti, this meal comes with a choice of homemade salad, Caesar salad, fries, waffle chips or Bolognese spaghettini.
Why You Need To Try It: There’s something about the secret sauce from Benny & Co. that's completely addictive, and it's nothing like the other BBQ sauces you usually find in restaurants.
The Dish To Order: The locally-raised roasted quarter chicken is perfect with the BBQ sauce, but you can enjoy it on a whole other level if you throw it on your poutine. The melting cheese curds complement the sauce in the best possible way.
Why You Need To Try It: SHAKER Kitchen and Mixology's homemade sauces have been popular among Quebecers for many years. The burger sauce adds a unique touch to the restaurant's gourmet burgers. This sauce can be found in five creations from the Burgers section.
The Dish To Order: While the sauce mainly comes on burgers, you can also try it by ordering SHAKER Kitchen and Mixology's famous baby back ribs. They're served with fries and a choice of jasmine rice, vegetables, green salad, Caesar salad or sweet potato fries.
Why You Need To Try It: If you want a meal that reminds you of your grandmother's best recipes, Restaurant Normandin's mild and comforting spaghetti sauce is a must.
The Dish To Order: Get the spaghetti if you're looking to sit back, relax and enjoy a homemade-style sauce. You can order it for takeout, or purchase a jar if you prefer to make your own Italian dish at home.
Featured Sauce: The Pomodoro pizza sauce (also available in grocery stores)
Why You Need To Try It: It's made with real Italian tomatoes, ideal for anyone craving authentic pizza!
The Dish To Order: The Chorizo and Cheddar Cheese Curds Pizza is made with products provided by local businesses Les Viandes Biologiques de Charlevoix and Maison Orphée. The cheese curds come from the Fromagerie Champêtre in Repentigny.
Why You Need To Try It: Whether you prefer something mild or intense, one of these two options will please your taste buds.
The Dish To Order: The Chicken Wings 911 are a local Quebecois delicacy and one of the best ways to enjoy this spicy sauce — especially during a Habs game. Or, if you're in for a relaxing movie night full of binge-watching, try the ribs with Bourbon BBQ sauce.
Whether you prefer spicy BBQ on chicken wings, tangy beer sauce on a burger, or light and airy Hollandaise smothered all over your eggs benedict, you can douse your food knowing that each of these sauces is proudly and locally made by businesses near you.
So go ahead and dip, drizzle or drench your way to your sauciest life.
To learn more about restaurants that use local products for your next takeout order, check out Aliments du Québec au menu's website, or follow them on Facebook or Instagram.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.