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Explore Montreal’s Food Scene: It’s A Delicious Experience!


Montreal is a foodie’s fantasia. Among the myriad of trendy and traditional restaurants throughout the city, here are several standouts:

Les Enfants Terrible. Founded by the mother of three boys (the restaurant’s name translates to “the terrible children”). Located on the 44th floor atop Place Ville Marie in downtown Montreal. Unique dishes crafted from Quebec-produced fare. Bird’s eye view of the city.

Le Valois. A French-inspired neighborhood bistro known for its wine, art deco setting, and a large terrace.

Jerome Ferrer Europea. Expensive but authentic French restaurant in an elegant downtown setting. Local ingredients. Creative presentations. An unforgettable dining experience.

Le Richmond. Near Lachine Canal. Fresh, seasonal Italian cuisine. Open-air or inside seating. Coffee shop and upscale market in front.

Roselys Restaurant. Downtown bistro with great coffee, raw bar, and friendly waitstaff. Menu changes based on time of day.

Atwater Market. Historic market near Lachine Canal. Outdoor stalls sell fresh produce. Indoor stalls sell meats from neighborhood butchers and gourmet sweets. Street vendors with a variety of local, yummy things to eat.

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