The 15 best breakfast delivery spots in Montreal

Apr 16 2021, 8:01 am

As the pandemic rages on it’s okay to admit that you’ve ordered breakfast right to your door some mornings. We’re not judging.

It’s been more than a year, sometimes getting a scrumptious breakfast delivered to you in pyjamas just has to happen.

Whether you’re into a classic egg and meat combo or you’re more of a carby waffle kind of person, there’s a place for you to get a comforting morning feast delivered right to your door.

Here are places to have on your radar this weekend if you don’t feel like during up the stovetops early in the morning.

Larrys

 

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This French cafe offers an all-day menu for delivery, seven days out of seven. Grab yourself a scone, bacon, eggs, and you won’t be disappointed.

Arthur’s Nosh Dive Bar

 

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The traditional Jewish deli serves breakfast and sandwiches (on homemade bread) for delivery.

Arthur’s food offers some healthy salads, granola bowls, and tasty soups. The good thing about having it delivered to your door is you don’t have to wait in Arthurs lineup, which was already long pre-COVID.

Le Fabergé

 

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This trendy spot in the Mile End makes breakfast poutine like it’s nobody’s business.

If you’re looking for a higher-end brunch spot, Le FabergĂ© has perfected poached eggs, crĂȘpes, and hollandaise sauce. Not to mention, some pretty lethal mac and cheese brunch combos.

Le Mirazu

 

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Le Mirazu is a Middle-Eastern family-owned spot nestled on Saint-Laurent boulevard, where the Plateau meets the Mile-End. Their menu features generous portions of homemade hummus, hand-rolled bread, and a variety of poached egg options with a Turkish twist.

Beauty’s Luncheonnette

 

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Established in 1942, Beauty’s is a breakfast and brunch pioneer in Montreal. Try their classic Beauty’s special — it got Anthony Bourdain’s stamp of approval when he stopped by in 2012.

HĂ©lico CafĂ© Pâtisserie

If you want to start off your morning with some tasty treats or pastries delivered to your door, give HĂ©lico some serious consideration. They also have homemade granola, yogurt, breakfast sandwiches, and coffee (obviously).

Restaurant Well

 

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Restaurant Well’s menu includes not one, but two “Brunch Box” options for delivery from which you can enjoy fresh, organic bread, waffles, hash browns, and more.

RĂ©gine

 

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If you’re in the mood for some high-end delivery breakfast, RĂ©gine offers tasty menu options Wednesday to Sunday as of 9 am.

Kupfert & Kim

 

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Kupfert & Kim’s menu is entirely plant-based and uses fresh, naturally gluten-free ingredients. They also commit to the lowest possible carbon footprint, so your order will be served in 100% compostable packaging, along with a free side of peace of mind.

Le Paltoquet

 

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Le Paltoquet is a French bakery located steps away from Outremont metro. It’s not exactly a breakfast place, but it offers some of the best pastries and cakes in town; their croissants alone are absolutely worth the visit.

Amy’s Dejeuner

 

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Wholesome, fresh, and joyful is how you would define Amy’s menu. From caramelized strawberry and brie pancakes to healthy morning burritos, they have something for everyone.

Barley Bar

 

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Have you ever been to a cereal bar? Barley’s cereal bowls are more like nutritious smoothie bowls, but they make a tasty and healthy brunch option nonetheless.

Pigeon Café

 

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From breakfast specialties, Matzah Ball soup, smoothies, sandwiches, and dishes named after celebrities (The Larry David is very tasty), Pigeon CafĂ© is a relatively new addition to Montreal’s breakfast scene but it’s delicious enough to stick around for a while.

Le P’tit Rustik

 

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Le P’tit Rustik offers little potato fritters, a variation of egg plates, fresh fruit, and brunch. You can’t go wrong with any breakfast item here.

Joes Panini 24h

 

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Breakfast delivery offered 24/7 — need we say more?

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