6 Montreal Restaurants With 3-Course Meals For $31 Or Less This Week Thanks To MTLàTABLE​

MTLàTABLE ends on October 11.

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6 Montreal Restaurants With 3-Course Meals For $31 Or Less This Week Thanks To MTLàTABLE

If summer has taken a major toll on your wallet, no need to fear. MTLàTABLE is on until October 11 and thanks to this food festival, you can get some great deals on three-course meals at tons of Montreal restaurants. We found six restaurants offering table d'hôte menus for under $31 for you to indulge in this week.

This city-wide food festival helps you discover unique spots that serve table d'hôte menus made with locally-grown produce. As the fall harvest begins, restaurants will serve soups and stews that include Quebec carrots, morels, oyster mushrooms, eggplants and acorn squash. You can find the full list of participating restaurants on MTLàTABLE's website.

Tsukuyomi Ramen Bishop

MTLàTABLE deal: $21

Address: 1242, rue Bishop, Montreal, QC


Restaurant Gandhi

MTLàTABLE deal: $25

Adresse : 230, rue Saint-Paul O., Montreal, QC


Le Saint-Houblon (Saint-Denis)

MTLàTABLE deal: $31

Adresse : 1567, rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC


Venice MTL

MTLàTABLE deal: $23

Adresse : 440, rue Saint-François-Xavier, Montreal, QC



MTLàTABLE deal: $23

Adresse : 200, rue Bernard O., Montreal, QC



MTLàTABLE deal: $30

Adresse : 6701, av. Papineau, Montreal, QC


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