9 Latin American Restaurants In Montreal You Need To Try This Year

Consider it a culinary trip to different parts of Latin America!
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9 Latin American Restaurants In Montreal You Need To Try This Year

Some of the best aspects of Latin American countries include the people and the food, two things that we're lucky enough to have here in Montreal as well.

The city has a lot of Latin American restaurants for anyone who's craving a taste of the region's diverse cuisines.

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If you're looking to add a little variety to your diet, check out these great Latin American eateries in Montreal — with a wide array of cultures and traditions in the region, you're bound to find something you'll love.

Villa Wellington

Address: 4701, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC

Why You Need To Go: Over on Verdun's coolest and tastiest street is this Peruvian spot that is definitely worth the trip.

Tiradito

Address: 1076, rue de Bleury, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This Peruvian restaurant takes influences from Japanese cuisine in a way that is so tasty and so chic.

Bocadillo

Address: 6918, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC; 3677, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This spot takes Venezuelan food to the next level with its amazing arepas.

Arepera

Address: 73, rue Prince-Arthur E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Another delicious spot for arepas, this place is worth checking out if you haven't already.

La Chilenita

Address: 130, rue Roy E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Known as "la maison des empanadas" this spot offers a mix of traditional Chilean and Mexican cuisine, becoming an absolute staple in the world of South American spots in Montreal.

Le Milsa

Address: See website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: Brazilian steakhouses are a known commodity and this one here in Montreal is an absolute treat.

Che Churros & Empanadas

Address: 100, rue Marie-Anne O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: As you can imagine, this spot in Little Portugal makes incredible Argentinian churros and empanadas that can't be missed.

La Cantina

Address: 2022, rue Stanley, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: For a taste of Mexico, like pops of colour and delicious tacos, look no further than La Cantina.

Super Loco

Address: 5417, boul. Saint-Laurent (entrance at the back), Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: This hidden Chilean spot isn't just tasty, it's bright and colourful and totally worth searching for.

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