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Montreal is home to countless must-try restaurants with culinary influences from just about every corner of the world. While getting a taste of the real deal never disappoints, you won't need a passport for this palatable foodie experience.

Whether you're in the mood for Mediterranean, Asian or African cuisine, Montreal's food scene has got it all. This way, you can skip out on the airport hassle, and dive into a culinary trip you won't forget at these seven undeniably delicious Montreal restaurants.

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Hey, friends, do you remember when my coworker Rebecca told you exactly why Moroccan women make great wives? Well, now I'm here to tell you this: Moroccan food is seriously, seriously amazing. There's something about the combination of spices, textures and flavours that is beautifully, amazingly mouthwatering. Plus, Moroccan cuisine is pretty much awesome to eat whenever: For a date, on a night out with friends, after a long day of exploring the city, whatever.

Luckily for us, there are tons of awesome Moroccan restaurants in Montreal. Confused as to where to begin your adventure in Montreal Moroccan food? Well, don't worry, friends. That's why I'm here. Read on for Best Montreal Moroccan Restaurants 2016.

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So what exactly constitutes the Middle East? Take the lands around the Southern and Eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, extending from Morocco to the Arabian Peninsula including Iran and sometimes beyond and what do you get? Cuisine paradise. Luckily you don’t have to take an over 10 hour plane ride to enjoy such culinary pleasures. Here’s a list of 10 we think you gotta check out!

Click here for 10 Montreal Middle Eastern Restaurants You Must Try Before You Die >

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On a hot and humid day, the kind we have frequently in the summer, nothing beats iced tea. Iced Tea is the king, the magnus, the Copa das copas. We all know how to make tasty homemade iced tea: brew it hot, let it steep, refrigerate/cube it, and add ample sweetener. There's also "sun tea" which is tea brewed for an hour at lower temperature. Plenty of places featured on this list also make herbal iced tea. Finally, we looked to feature places that add special ingredients to their teas like hibiscus, ginger, lemon, and more. Tell us where the best iced tea is if we missed it!

Click here for the Top 15 Places To Get A Cold Iced Tea In Montreal >

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Montreal is a very diverse city with many thriving populations with West African roots. As a result, we are blessed with some great cuisines from Senegal, Mali, Côte D'Ivoire, Morocco, and elsewhere. Many of the restaurants featuring these foods are in Côte-des-Neiges or Pie-IX, so they don't get as much shine as restos in other places. These less-mentioned gems offer a respite from the greasy "cow and corn syrup" heavy diet of the urban foodscape. This list is unranked, and includes a few restaurants that serve things other than typically West African foods. If you have any suggestions please, please, please, send us your tips on good West African food!

Click here for the Best Montreal West African Restaurants >

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