These Are The Best Grocery Stores In Montreal, According To Montrealers

Which grocery store is your favourite?

Assistant Editor, MTL Blog
Costco executive member card. Right: Interior of a Maxi grocery store.

Costco executive member card. Right: Interior of a Maxi grocery store.

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It's no secret that groceries are hella expensive, and with prices only expected to increase in 2023, finding a Montreal grocery store that offers a wide selection of products at a cheaper cost is a must for many. So, this got us thinking...

We asked you all on Instagram for your favourite grocery stores in Montreal and we received nearly 150 messages and over 25 recommendations. Here are the top 15 grocery stores that received the most submissions:

Supermarché PA

Why You Should Go: A fan-favourite location with great prices and great parking (as many of you noted).

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Marché Newon

Why You Should Go: An affordable grocery store with a wide range of Asian food products.

Address:

  • 4906, rue Jean-Talon O, Montréal, QC (Namur metro)
  • 1616, rue Saint-Catherine O, Suite 302 Montreal, QC (Downtown)

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Segal's Market

Why You Should Go: Segal's has been operating since 1927, offering fresh produce and a selection of organic groceries.

Address: 4001, boul. St Laurent, Montreal, QC

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Costco

Why You Should Go: Bulk items and weird pricey stuff you didn't know about.

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Adonis

Why You Should Go: Specialty Middle Eastern and Mediterranean products.

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Maxi

Why You Should Go: Discount grocery retailer with a touch of No Name-brand products.

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Marché Lian Tai

Why You Should Go: Excellent selection of fresh fruits and vegetables at affordable prices.

Address: 1993, boul. Marcel-Laurin, Montreal, QC

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IGA

Why You Should Go: Market-style grocery store with delicious ready-to-eat meals.

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Super C

Why You Should Go: Discount supermarket chain with a wide selection of products.

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L'intermarché

Why You Should Go: A quaint market-style grocer with affordable prices.

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Metro

Why You Should Go: Local grocer with fresh and ready-to-eat meals.

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Walmart

Why You Should Go: A one-stop-shop experience. If you're getting groceries and remember you also need socks, a plunger and a BBQ grill (as one would), then Walmart's got your back.

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Marché Tau

Why You Should Go: Local grocer with specialty health and organic products.

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Provigo

Why You Should Go: Wide selection of products at a reasonable cost. Oh, and not to mention Provigo's newest gourmet upgrade! Freshly made pizza anyone?

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T&T Supermarket

Address: 300, ave. Sainte Croix Ave, Montreal, QC

When: Opening December 15, 2022

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This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

Mike Chaar
Assistant Editor, MTL Blog
Mike Chaar is an Assistant Editor for MTL Blog focused on recalls in Canada and is based in Montreal, Quebec.
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