Whether you want to eat where you live, or live where you eat, it’s always important to know where the best lunch spot is in any given area of the city. So whether you’re trying to impress your date/co-worker/stomach, our city guide to Montreal’s best midday meals is guaranteed to hit the spot.
Little Italy/La Petite-Patrie
Regine Café (address and info)
What you’re getting: Duck confit sandwich
Regine Café is a charming little neighbourhood spot with slightly upscale fare and beautiful pastries. While brunch is a popular attraction here, we are partial to the sandwiches offered for lunch: the duck confit sandwich, loaded with succulent poultry, orange mayo, and crispy rustic bacon, this is one serious way to quell the afternoon hunger pangs.