1. Wilfrid sur Laurier222 Laurier Ouest, Montreal
2. Restaurant Cirkus1481 Laurier Est, Montreal
3. Harlow438 Place Jacques Cartier, Montreal
4. Jatoba1184 Place Phillips, Montreal
5. Les Cocottes51 Beaubien Est, Montreal
6. Tejano BBQ Burrito511 Rue De Courcelle, Montreal
7. Vicolo1425 Rene-Levesque O., Montreal
8. KYOZON1458, rue Crescent, Montreal
In the heart of hipster heaven in the Montreal’s Mile-End lies Wilfred sur Laurier, a spot boasting affordable eats, unique items, and a quality weekend brunch.
Cirkus gained its popularity for a number of reasons, one of which is its terrific presentation of its food. The plating here is artistic and whimsical, and the tastes are just as good -- focusing on French and high-end dishes.
Harlow, named after the glamorous actress Jean Harlow, is mixing the elegance of the 1930s with modern dining. Combining French with American gastronomy while still paying homage to classic dishes like the Waldorf salad, Harlow will make anyone feel like a socialite from the era.
This Downtown Japanese-Chinese fusion eatery is a popular spot for business, lunches, and dinner dates thanks to its warm setting and original, unique dishes.
Serving "anti-depressant cuisine," this Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie resto features comfort food at its very best. Les Cocottes is French for "the casseroles" and that just screams happy days.
Nothing is better than a good burrito made with fresh ingredients. Now, if you could take a good burrito made with fresh ingredients and add killer BBQ flavor to it, it can only get better, and that's exactly what Tejano does.
This is not the average Italian restaurant. Vicolo is about urban meeting gourmet, and this Downtown restaurant/bar is serving up unique spins on classics, from entrees to desserts.
Locaed in the core of Downtown Montreal, KYOZON serves New Asian cuisine, which is a blend of Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese. And its talents aren't limited to the food either, thanks to a tasty cocktail menu.