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The Backstreet Boys’ Howie was reportedly spotted at a Montreal restaurant over the weekend


Cuisine: Peruvian, Japanese

Address: 1076 rue de Bleury, Montreal, QC

Why you need to go: Not only does this restaurant serve up some of the tastiest and most interesting plates – Peruvian cuisine prepared using Japanese techniques – but menu items like ceviche, dumplings and crispy chicken are super easy to eat. take home…not to mention super delicious.


Sushi Momo

Cuisine: Sushi, Vegan

Address: 3609 Saint-Denis Street, Montreal, QC

Why you need to go: This popular plant-based restaurant makes sushi you’ll love whether you’re vegan or not. Plus, you won’t have to worry about keeping your sushi warm (it’s supposed to be at room temperature), it won’t spoil quickly because it’s not made with fish or meat and the chunks of bite size make it easy to consume wherever you go. .


Food chain

Cuisine: Healthy

Address: 1212 Ave. McGill College, Montreal, QC

Why you need to go: This downtown salad and smoothie joint is perfect for grabbing a healthy bite amid the hustle and bustle of work-from-home life.


The ice

Cuisine: Quebec

Address: 994 Rachel E. Street, Montreal, QC

Why you have to go: Everyone’s favorite late-night poutine is just as satisfying no matter when or where you eat it!



Cuisine: Syrian

Address: 1201 Ave. Van Horne, Montreal, QC

Why you need to go: Upgrade your takeout by bringing home a taste of one of the city’s most popular and acclaimed restaurants.


Mici from here

Food: Romanian, Street Food

Address: 19, av. Mont-Royal East, Montreal, QC

Why you need to go: Tantalise your taste buds with some of the best Romanian snacks and meals you can find in the city. Street food-style sliders, burgers and sausages make comfort food that keeps well on the go.



Cuisine: Venezuelan

Address: 3677, boul. Saint Laurent, Montreal, QC & 6918, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC

Why you need to go: Bocadillo is known for its arepas — South American sandwiches with cornmeal cakes instead of bread — and other classic Venezuelan bites like empanadas and yuca fries.


La Fayette Pizzeria

Italian food

Address: 112 Bernard Street West, Montreal, QC

Why you need to go: This place is perfect when you crave that really doughy, cheesy, old-fashioned pizza. They also have amazing burgers if you’re in the mood for that instead. . . but who says you can’t have both.


DJ Chicken

Cuisine: African

Address: 1134 Ave. Van Horne, Montreal, QC

Why you have to go: Serving flavorful charcoal-grilled chicken, this Outremont eatery’s African recipes make every bite taste like a masterpiece. Depending on how hungry you are (and how long you want the leftovers to last), DJ Chicken offers whole chicken, half chicken, and quarter chicken dishes.


Yum Yum Soup Dumpling

Type of cuisine: Chinese

Address: 3887 Saint-Denis Street, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Looking for fresh ravioli that stack well and taste great? You have come to the right place. Yum Yum offers homemade dumplings, noodles, bubble tea, soup, soup dumplings and more, all available for delivery.


Yoni Falafel

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

Address: 54, rue Saint-Viateur W., Montreal, QC & 4549, rue Wellington, Verdun, QC

Why you need to go: Falafel Yoni may be relatively new to town, but it’s already made a name for itself with its warm, flavorful, light and crispy falafel pitas that are also nice and portable.


Bombay Mahal

Cuisine: Indian

Address: Several locations in the city

Why you need to go: Bombay Mahal is popular for a reason. If you want a hearty takeout Indian experience, this is one of those places that really hits the mark.

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