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7 Seafood Restos In Montreal To Try When You're Craving A Little Taste Of The Ocean

Bringing the flavours of the ocean straight to your plate.
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7 Seafood Restos In Montreal To Try When You're Craving A Little Taste Of The Ocean

When it comes to the seafood restaurants in Montreal, we don't want to brag, but we really do have some amazing dishes.

We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Montreal is such a foodie city.

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One of the main ingredients to such a foodie culture is passion and soul (or should we say sole), but another key element is the ingredients, themselves.

Because you know that whether it's a big plate of sushi or a simple fish and chips, it's got to be done in the so-fish-ticated way that only Montreal can do.

Want to seem like the big fish when it comes to knowing the what's what and where's where of Montreal seafood, check out these Montreal spots that you need to sea for yourself.

Saint Sushi Plateau

Address: 424, ave. Duluth E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Try: One of the most popular seafood dishes has got to be sushi, and if you're looking for one best sushi spots in Montreal, look no further than Saint Sushi Plateau.

Mitch's Deli

Address: 5868, ave. de Lorimier, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Try: You've got to try the fried calamari burger to see why it's an absolute match made in seafood heaven.

Milos

Address: 5357, ave. Parc, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Try: Greek food is known for celebrating seafood and Milos definitely does both proud.

Ikanos

Address: 112, rue McGill, unit 1, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Try: Another great Mediterranean spot, Ikanos takes seafood to a sophisticated level that'll have you feeling as decadent as the meal, itself.

Tiradito

Address: 1076, rue de Bleury, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Try: Anyone familiar with Peruvian cuisine knows how delicious ceviche is, and anyone who knows ceviche in Montreal knows how unbelievable Tiradito is.

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Comptoir 21

Address: 4844, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC

Why You Need To Try: Nothing says seafood quite like fish and chips from one of the best in Montreal.

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