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A Map Of Notre-Dame Restaurants To Ensure You Always Have A Place To Eat Out

Here's where to dine on one of the hottest streets in Montreal.
A Map Of Notre-Dame Restaurants To Ensure You Always Have A Place To Eat Out

Rue Notre-Dame has become a go-to for a variety of Montreal’s favourite eateries. Every type of cuisine your taste buds are craving can be found along this long street that goes from east to west. It doesn't matter if you're looking for places to eat alone in Montreal, or spots to have dinner with a huge group, Notre-Dame restaurants have got you covered.

Montreal is a city with a rich history and rue Notre-Dame has been part of that history for a long time. 

Rue Notre-Dame came to existence in 1672 and is said to be one of the oldest streets in our city. In 1821, the street expanded and in the early 1990’s it became the site of the former Park Dominion. 

Today, the long street that stretches along our city is stocked with some pretty epic restaurants. And, as one of the most popular food destinations in all of Montreal, it was only right that we provide our readers with a guide of where to eat along Notre-Dame. 

From cozy cafés to upscale gastronomic experiences, rue Notre-Dame is home to some impressive joints this list has got you and your stomachs needs covered. 

Restaurant Chez To Go

Where: 9041 Notre-Dame Est

Why you should go: This pan-Asian eatery serves up Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai food. The cozy restaurant also has a ton of vegetarian options.

Robin Square

Where: 300 Notre-Dame Est

Why you should go: This small and stylish eatery serves comfort food in a modern setting. My personal go-to's are the mac & cheese and the sandwiches!

Bacho Pita Restaurant

Where: 340 Notre-Dame Est

Why you should go: Quick and affordable Lebanese dishes that ooze flavour. Bacho Pita is also available for pick up and delivery - depending on where you live!

Salumi Vino

Where: 358 Notre-Dame Est

Why you should go: This charming and rustic wine bar cooks up classic Italian dishes that will have hooked from the first bite.

Muru Crêpe

Where: 362 Notre-Dame Est

Why you should go: This comfortable and homey lunch and breakfast spot cook up some of the best sweet and savoury crêpes in the city. They also have a variety of hot drinks that are served decked out in latte art.


Where: 1524 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This New York favourite recently opened in Montreal and has quickly become a go-to for many locals. Not only is the coffee incredible but every dish you will try will blow your mind. Not to mention that Oprah has included their cookies as one of her "favourite" things on more than one occasion.


Where: 1638 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: Charcoal-grilled seafood and wood-fired steaks have to be my favourite things on the menu. Plus, the welcoming, upscale bistro vibe will fool you into thinking you're somewhere in London.

Le Bureau Tapas Bar

Where: 1642 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This lavish tapas bar with shareable plates is perfect for going out with a group of friends. The brick-walled interior and comfortable booths will make you feel right at home!

Restaurant Grinder

Where: 1708 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This upscale eatery is known for its raw and cooked meats and seafood platters for sharing. The urban décor and selection of boutique wines will give you the illusion of being in Manhattan.

Bird Bar

Where: 1800 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: Not only is the combination of fried chicken and cocktails a great one but Bird Bar is also known for its epic weekend brunches. There are also a ton of vegan options to pick from so that everyone is happy.

Chez Sophie

Where: 1974 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This low-key bistro cooks up awesome Mediterranean dishes in a modern setting, and the restaurant's decor is worth visiting itself.

Joe Beef

Where: 2491 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This Montreal restaurant serves up steak and seafood in an old-school setting. This internationally known restaurant has been visited by many Montreal locals, tourists, and numerous famous people - like Obama.

Liverpool House

Where: 2501 Note-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This oyster bar serves up market-inspired comfort dishes. Known to be one of the most sought out restaurants in Montreal Liverpool House is a must-try for any foodie in Montreal. It also happens to be Joe Beef's sister restaurant.

Le Bon Vivant

Where: 2705 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This warm and comfortable urban eatery has an open kitchen and an incredibly chill vibe. The diverse menu will allow you to find more than one option to try and their weekend brunch is just awesome.


Where: 3001 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This stylish and contemporary eatery serves up decadent dishes, mouth-watering cocktails, and classic milkshakes. Its sleek and unique décor and the amazing menu have made this restaurant a must in our city.

Restaurant Nozy

Where: 3568 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This simple and casual Japanese restaurant offers a "meal-set" menu full of hot and cold plates. And, they have sushi!


Where: 3618 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This hip Middle Eastern restaurant serves up tradition and fresh traditional Lebanese plates and cocktails.

Satay Brothers

Where: 3721 Notre- Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This restaurant specializes in Singaporean street food and it's incredible. Not only is the food a must-try but the ambience, good energy, and kind staff make this a favourite for so many of us locals.


Where: 4293 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: Flavour-filled Peruvian dishes that will satisfy your taste buds and will have you coming back time and time again.

Arthurs Nosh Bar

Where: 4621 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: This traditional Jewish-deli serves up amazing breakfast and lunch dishes including pancakes, latkes, and matzo-ball soup. They also make some pretty impressive cookies!

The bright and stylish place and quickly become a Montreal favourite since it opened its doors.

Tuck Shop

Where: 4662 Notre-Dame Ouest

Why you should go: If you are looking for upscale, eclectic, market-driven dishes, this spot is for you. The small and comfortable room is equipped with a bar and is known for its originality and consistency.

Bar L’hôtel De Ville

Where: 900 Notre-Dame, Lachine

Why you should go: This restaurant serves quality dishes, at reasonable prices, served in a welcoming and cool environment.

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