10 Montreal Restaurants To Eat At For $10 Or Less

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Staff Writer
10 Montreal Restaurants To Eat At For $10 Or Less

Eating well in Montreal doesn't have to break the bank! There are many amazing budget-friendly options for all kinds of tastes and palates.

There's no such thing as a place that's too budget-friendly. Believe us, if we could do a list where you can eat huge portions for only $1, we would but unfortunately for us, not many restaurants do that! 

So instead, we've done the next best thing!

Here are 10 incredible Montreal restaurants where you can eat a lot for under $10!

Ma Poule Mouillée

What: Chicken sandwich with fries for only $9 + tax!

Where: 969 rue Rachel

Check it out here!

Mon Chicha Bistro

What: Daily lunch specials for under $10!

Where: 1396 boulevard de Maisonneuve

Check it out here!


What: Delicious vegan sausages with nothing on the menu over $7.50!

Where: 191 Place du Marché-du-Nord (in Jean-Talon Market)

Check them out here!

Paulo & Suzanne 

What: Huge poutines starting at $8.99!

Where: 5501 boulevard Gouin O.

Check them out here!

Chez Claudette

What: A classic Montreal diner with most menu items under $10!

Where: 351 avenue Laurier E.

Check it out here!

La Chilenita 

What: Empanadas at only $3 bucks each? What's not to love.

Where: 130 rue Roy E.

Check them out here!

Vua Sandwichs 

What: A Montreal-based Vietnamese Bahn Mi place with all sandwiches under $10!

Where: Various locations around Montreal.

Check them out here!


What: An awesome choice if you're in the mood for diner food. Burgers, Greek pita wraps, and subs all for under $10.

Where: 4160 boulevard Saint-Laurent

Check them out here!

Le Warehouse 

What: You all know and love this bustling Montreal classic where everything on the menu is only $5.95!

Where: Three locations in Montreal

Check it out here!

Nouilles de Lan Zhou

What: Handmade noodles in Chinatown with huge soup bowls for under $10!

Where: 1006 boulevard Saint-Laurent

Check them out here!

Happy eating, Montreal!

Teddy Elliot
Staff Writer