All-you-can-eat restaurants have a cult following in Montreal. The city has a ton of "AYCE" places, particularly when it comes to all-you-can-eat sushi (which, if we're being real, deserves its own category).
AYCE restaurants are amazing because they're the best way to get the most bang for your buck. No one wants to leave a restaurant after having spent a copious amount of money and still feel hungry.
We've compiled a list of some of the best AYCE restaurants in Montreal below. Peruse, eat, and keep your wallet happy.
Mon Ami Korean BBQ
Where: 6521 Ave. Somerled, Montreal.
What: This Korean BBQ restaurant in NDG is seriously delicious. They have a good selection of stuff for an all-you-can-eat place, and the service is remarkably fast. Pst: they're opening a location on Ste-Catherine soon.
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Where: 1824 Rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal
What: This is definitely one of the more well-known Korean BBQs in the city, and with good reason. A real feast is only between $26 and $28.
Where: 4075 Rue Sainte-Catherine O., Westmount.
What: We all love all-you-can-eat-sushi, and Sushi Crystal is one of the best places to get it. They have a great variety of stuff at an affordable price.
Where: 2115 Rue St-Denis, Montreal.
What: Vegetarians and vegans, do not fear, because you're included on the list too. If you don't eat meat but you still want all-you-can eat goodness, try Yuan. The best part is that it's cheaper than its carnivorous counterparts: only $20-$22.
Le Gras Dur
Where: 30 Rue Saine-Catherine O., Montreal.
What: This famed Montreal institution has two all-you-can-eat deals: an all you can eat brunch on weekends (which is a dream come true!) and all you can eat chicken wings on Thursdays.
Poulet 3 Pattes
Where: 3224 Bldv. Rosemont, Montreal
What: 8 words: all you can eat Portuguese chicken and fries. Every Sunday, for $15.
Where: 225B Bldv. Hymus, Pointe-Claire.
What: This Indian restaurant has an excellent lunch buffet, which totally counts as an "all you can eat." Because why order one dish when you can try them all???
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Where: 160 Rue Notre-Dame E., Montreal.
What: This upscale spot in the Old Port has all-you-can-eat churrascaria, where you can try 10 differents types of meats, served on the spit in each table. Yes, please.
Where: 537 Rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal.
What: Not only does this place offer all you can eat sushi, but it's also BYOB. Talk about an inexpensive dinner!
Where: 3712 Blvd. St-Laurent, Montreal.
What: This AYCE restaurant in the Plateau is great for lovers of Indian food. They have a ton of vegetarian options, btw.
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Where: 808 Rue Jean-Talon O., Montreal.
What: This mom and pop restaurant in Parc Ex serves up some seriously delicious food. They have a lunch and a dinner buffet. If you're in a more à-la-carte mood, delivery is free!
Louis & Jacob
Where: 2981 Blvd. Saint-Martin O., Laval.
What: This restaurant offers ALL YOU CAN EAT TARTATRE. You heard me right. The promotion happens very Tuesday, for $28.
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Sushi St Denis
Where: 1669 Rue St-Denis, Montreal.
What: This venerable Montreal institution is definitely one of the better AYCE sushi joints in the city. They have a ton of choice, and great service.
Where: 2176 Rue Sainte-Catherine, Montreal.
What: Samcha is a wonderful, cozy restaurant with a great à-la-carte menu as well as an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ with different meats, vegetables and sauces.
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Where: 405 Rue Sherbrooke E., Montreal.
What: Not only is this restaurant all you can eat, but it's also bring your own wine. It's a great option for those of us who want to eat a lot on a budget.
Where: 3211 Chemin de Chambly, Longueuil.
What: All you can eat tacos and a pitcher of sangria for $30 for 2 people. It doesn't get better than that.
Where: 50 Rue de la Gauchetière O., Montreal.
What: Little sheep a great little restaurant in Chinatown with all you can eat hotpot.
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Where: 1476 Rue Crescent, Montreal.
What: This Brazilian restaurant has all-you-can-eat charcoal-grilled meats for $33.95, plus salad, rice, potatoes and mushrooms. Oh, and they have live samba shows.
Where: 2077 Rue Stanley, Montreal.
What: Le Taj has a wonderful, fresh and aromatic lunch buffet. It's an AYCE delight for only $18.95 on weekdays and $19.95 on weekends.
Where: 75 Rue de la Gauchetière O., Montreal.
What: This Chinatown classic serves delicious Japanese hotpot for a really great price. They have a wonderful selection of meats and vegetables, too.
That completes the list of great Montreal restaurants that are all you can eat! Now go out and feast, my friends.