Located on Notre Dame-West in Montreal, Joe Beef has been open since 2005. They are dishing out several classical French dishes and some of their spinoffs of French cuisine.
Opened in 1932, Wilensky’s Light Lunch is a staple in Montreal’s food scene. It’s a quiet, old-fashioned serving up simple sandwiches and soda-fountain drinks.
Arguably the most famous place to eat in Montreal. Schwartz’s Deli is a landmark in this city, where people have come for years to get their hands on this tasty smoked meat sandwich.
When it comes to Montreal food, bagels are a food mentioned often. Montreal is known for its bagels; the city proudly claims the world-famous Montreal-style bagel as its own.
Located in the Portuguese neighborhood of downtown Montreal, Ma Poule Mouilee has been serving mouth-watering rotisserie chicken since July 29, 2013.
Over the decades, Reuben’s has made quite the noise in the Montreal food scene, and it’s easy to see why. They serve all the foods Montreal is famous for, all under one roof.
This retro-style breakfast/luncheonette has been open since 1942, another quintessential staple in Montreal’s food scene.