- Narcity has found some of the most colourful dishes around Montreal and we're here to share them with you!
- From green pancakes to pink hamburgers, your next few restaurant visits are sure to be filled with colour.
- See pictures of these bright meals below!
For most people, it goes without saying that the way to our hearts is through our stomachs. Think about it, what's more comforting after an emotionally taxing day than going to your favourite restaurant and letting your taste buds go wild with new flavour-filled colourful dishes?
Several restaurants in Montreal offer some extremely colourful options that are sure to add joy to your day simply by looking at them. This is what we call the best of both worlds. Whether it's a pink hamburger or purple waffles, these restaurants have not hesitated to add a funky touch to their menu. And it has proven to be really successful as an initiative.
Since these meals look so good when served, you won't be able to stop taking pictures of these items before eating them ... Do it for the 'gram, as they say!
Cost: Starting at $5
Address: The Blue Boy; 150 Ave. du Mont-Royal E.
When: Mondays and Tuesdays from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays from 12.30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Sundays from 12 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Why you need to try it: Served at The Blue Boy, you will find this delicious waffle that is tinted brown on the outside hides a pronounced mauve-coloured inside. It is possible to accompany it with ice cream and a latte of the same colour. If you choose the taro latte, you can both enjoy the flavour while filling up with vitamin C, fibre, calcium, and iron.
Cost: About $15
Address: La Belle and La Boeuf; various locations
When: The branch schedule may vary.
Why you need to try it: Made with pink bread, marinated chicken with hibiscus syrup and cranberry juice, apple and cranberry salsa, garnished with fig jelly, cranberry mayo and a red curly salad, this burger is both pretty to behold and totally delicious. You can, however, get it only for a limited time since it will be removed from the menu at the end of October so hurry!
Cost: $12 per dozen
Address: 6160 Côte-Saint-Luc Street; Dizz's Bagel & Deli
When: Open 24 hours
Why you need to try it: In addition to being adorable, the bagels from Dizz's Bagel have the reputation of being "the best in Montreal," and this place was the first to serve this kind of bagel in Canada. It's definitely worth the commute since you'll certainly fall in love with this colourful delight.
Cost: About $3
Address: 4615 boul. St-Laurent; Melbourne Café
When: Open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Why you need to try it: In addition to offering different coloured coffees, Melbourne Café also gives you the option of enjoying your dose of caffeine with Lucky Charms cereals placed on top. The café is also very quaint and the menu is rather diverse, which undoubtedly deserves a visit in the upcoming days.
Address: 2613 Notre-Dame Street West; Barley Bar
When: Open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Why you have to go: At Barley Bar, you'll find tons of fascinating items on the menu, and matcha pancakes are one of the coolest choices. These pancakes are like nothing you've ever tasted before, made with a white chocolate sauce, and topped with strawberries and blackberries, they're the perfect brunch option.