12 local Montreal restaurants to order takeout from

Jan 22 2021, 10:17 am

Don’t let the pandemic stop you from indulging in our city’s iconic food scene. Throughout Montreal, local restaurants are still running and hoping you will stop by on your hunt for takeout.

If you’re feeling like treating yourself to a nice prepared meal, here are 12 places to keep in mind when thinking about your next to-go meal.

L’Avenue

 

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L’Avenue’s rich foods and generous portions are bringing back the Sunday morning brunch tradition, from breakfast burritos to gourmet pancakes.

Kwizinn

Bring some warmth onto your dinner plate with Kwizinn’s flavours from the Caribbean. Who doesn’t love a good Creole meal?

Satay Brothers

 

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Satay Brothers’ tasty menu has everything you need — spicy, savoury, fried, you name it. For some classic Singaporean street food options, try their Hainan chicken or spicy laksa.

Restaurant Jano

If you’re looking for a classic choice, here it is: restaurant Jano’s juicy roasted Portuguese chicken. Fair warning: It will leave you licking your fingers.

Dat Aliis

 

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Dat Aliis is a new Vietnamese place in Saint-Henri, and they’re already a favourite. Their menu features giant shrimp, spring rolls, pork buns, and more, served with a delicious peanut sauce.

La Capital

You know what they say: when the going gets tough, the tough get tacos. They get them at La Capital, with frijoles on the side.

Maison Indian Curry

 

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Maison Indian Curry is arguably one of the best Indian spots in Montreal. It’s a big claim to make, but you’ll probably agree once you have their samosas.

Sushi Momo

 

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No animal products, all the flavour — Sushi Momo is the champion of local vegan Japanese food. Everything you need to satisfy your healthy sushi craving.

Lee N Kim

 

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This little stand inside McGill Metro station is known for their triangle gimbaps and takeout Korean eats. It’s a super cozy option, especially if you’re on the go.

Yokato Yokabai

 

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There’s nothing more comforting on a cold winter day than a hot bowl of ramen from Montreal’s first ramen spot, Yokato Yokabai. You can customize your noodle soup order from their various ingredient options, or just take a bento box to go.

Joon

 

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With a variety of comforting Persian, Georgian, and Armenian foods to choose from, Joon’s menu is perfect if you’re looking to try something new.

Cafe Gentile

 

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Cafe Gentile, Montreal’s beloved neighbourhood Sicilian joint, features on its menu some Italian classics (read: pasta) and a wide selection of sandwiches — including one of the best vegetarian burgers on the island.

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