You Haven’t Done MTL Lockdown Right Unless You’ve Gotten Takeout From 6 Of These 9 Spots

Because sometimes you just can't bring yourself to cook...
Contributing Writer
You Haven’t Done MTL Lockdown Right Unless You’ve Gotten Takeout From 6 Of These 9 Spots

The 514 is definitely a culinary paradise. But even all of the foodie-experts out there can admit that certain Montreal takeout spots make the meals we all need right now. And considering dining rooms are still closed, that's pretty much all we're left with.

While lots have people have taken to learning to prepare food or making an effort to spend more time in the kitchen, sometimes you just need to let someone else do the cooking.

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And luckily for us, it's always amazing.

How many of these spots have you gotten during quarantine?

La Banquise

Address: 994, rue Rachel E, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: Starting with one of the true pride and joy's of Montreal, La Banquise may be one of the first places you send your friend visiting from out of town, but it's also one of the essential takeout meals for locals.

Damas

Address: 1201, ave. Van Horne, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: Offering incredible Syrian food with flavours from Persian cuisine, Damas is one of the most popular spots in the city, even for takeout.

Kazu

Address: 1844, rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: Bringing the world of Japanese street food to the people of Montreal, Chef Kazu is famous in the city for being worth the wait, including waiting for your takeout order to be ready.

Mandy's

Address: See website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Check It Out: Because let's be honest, even when you want to eat healthy, sometimes you're just too lazy to do it yourself.

BOSSA 

Address: 4354, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: No matter what you get at BOSSA, the authentic Italian flavours are sure to leave your stomach feeling satisfied.

Pizza Adamo's

Address: 4629, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: Offering takeout only, but it's so worth the trip for one of Montreal's best pizza spots.

Aunt Dai

Address: 1448, rue Saint-Mathieu St, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This spot is known for its honest menu, and it's honestly so good.

Pho Nguyen

Address: 1452A, rue Saint-Mathieu, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: As you can guess from the name, you can get some unreal pho, which makes for a great delivery meal to get you through the chilly days and nights.

St. Hubert

Address: See website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Check It Out: And last, but not least, everyone's guilty pleasure... don't pretend you don't get excited when you see that chicken clucking around town.

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