11 Montreal Restaurants Where You Can Eat Well For $11 Or Less

Fill up your belly without breaking the bank!

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11 Montreal Restaurants Where You Can Eat Well For $11 Or Less

Ah, the sweet satisfaction of eating at a delicious Montreal restaurant and the bill not costing you an arm and a leg.

With this great feeling in mind, we found 11 restaurants where you can fill up your belly for $11 or less (minus taxes and tip), so you don't need to break the bank on your next night out.


Address: 4051, rue St-Hubert, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: On Thursdays, tartar is only $6 at this cozy neighbourhood joint in the Plateau, so you can feel fancy without draining your wallet.


Drogheria Fine

Address: 68, rue Fairmount O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: $5 gnocchi? Yes please.


Le Warehouse

Address: Locations throughout the city

Why You Need To Go: It's likely that you already know that Warehouse's menu starts at $5.95. If you didn't, now you do. A go-to cheap eats spot for sure.



Address: Multiple addresses

Why You Need To Go: Lloydie's patties are some of the best in the city and they're only $3 each.


Pho Bang New York

Address: 1001, boul. St-Laurent, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Pho Bang's huge soup bowls all ring up at $8.50 or less, so you simply cannot go wrong here.



Address: 5195, rue Paré, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Whenever you're in the Côte-des-Neiges area looking for cheap eats, Pushap is your spot. The vegetarian thalis are extremely delicious and incredibly affordable.


La Carreta

Address: 350, rue Saint-Zotique E, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To try the pupusas, aka stuffed Salvadoran cornmeal pancakes. You can fill up quickly and cheaply with one or two of La Carreta's $3 bean and cheese option.


B Burger

Address: 3451, rue Fleury E., Montreal-Nord, Quebec

What: This Halal spot has some of the best burgers in the city, and they're almost all under $11 — unless you need to have cheese on your burger.


Time Out Market Montreal

Address: Eaton Centre — 705, rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Time Out Market is a high-class cafeteria with tons of restaurant options for you to choose from — and many have dishes for less than $11.



Address: Multiple locations in the city

Why You Need To Go: You can get a massive plate of garlic potatoes for less than a Starbucks coffee, plus Boustan's pitas are all less than $9 before tax. Hard to resist!


Tasty MTL

Address: 8899, rue Berri, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: The majority of Tasty's menu is under $11, it's all Halal, and like its name suggests, it's ultra-tasty.


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