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I Tried Some Of Time Out Market Montreal's New Restos & Here's What I Thought (PHOTOS)

Time Out officially reopens on July 2! 🥘
I Tried Some Of Time Out Market Montreal's New Restos & Here's What I Thought (PHOTOS)

Remember back in elementary school when spending time in the cafeteria was the best part of your school day? Well, at Time Out Market Montreal, we get to relive that childhood love for cafeterias — just in a much classier manner.

This culinary hot spot is officially opening again on Friday, July 2 with some new restaurants. I got to go try dishes from some new places yesterday and here's what I thought!

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Casa Kaizen is a plant-based restaurant that offers Mexican plates with a Japanese influence. I tried the calamari, which is made with mushrooms rather than fish, and the dish was a solid 11/10.

Alanna Moore | MTL Blog

Next on my taste-testing menu was Le Taj's butter chicken — another unbelievably delicious dish.

Alanna Moore | MTL Blog

Naturally, I started to get pretty full after these two meals. But, I still made sure to leave room to try Le Blossom's salmon poke bowl. I forgot to take a photo of it first though, which tells you how good it was since I couldn't wait.

Other new restaurants that I didn't have space in my stomach to try include Campo, Tunnel Espresso and Le P'tit Dip.

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And no need to fear, all the old favourites, as in Marusan, Le Red Tiger, Paul Toussaint, Burger T!, Il Miglio, Moleskine, Ateliers & Saveurs, and Signé Local, are still at Time Out also!

And if you're looking to have a drink with your meal, you can head over to the Time Out Bar, Beer Bar, Wine Bar or Mocktail Bar to get something tasty to sip on.

Alanna Moore | MTL Blog

Time Out Market Montreal

When: Opens July 2

Address: 705, rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To live out your childhood cafeteria days in a much fancier, tastier way.