Brunch: 5 original menus to try downtown
Whether it’s your Sunday morning routine, your hangover cure, or your monthly outing: brunch is always delicious and so comforting. This month, we wanted to offer you brunch menus that are out of the ordinary.
From gastronomy to Italian cuisine: here are 5 restaurants to try in Montreal to satisfy your taste buds!
Located in Old Montreal, this oriental restaurant offers not only delicious food, but also a warm and friendly atmosphere. Their brunch menu is composed of Mediterranean specialties accompanied by homemade pitas and a good freshly squeezed orange juice.
Our favorite: the smoked salmon tower “Zaides”!
If you like kitschy decor and an English tea room atmosphere, you must try Brunch à Régine! This cafe offers a varied and healthy menu, which really makes your mouth water. There are even options for the little ones, which look just as delicious.
Recently opened, this Japanese-influenced Italian restaurant has been making a lot of noise lately. Located in Montreal’s Chinatown, Tiramisu offers a brunch menu with flavors as surprising as they are appetizing.
It’s a guaranteed date!
For those on a higher budget, the brunch menu at Maison Boulud, located in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, is well worth the detour. Developed by chef Romain Cagnat, the menu is available in two or three courses. We love the eggs Benedict with shrimp, avocado, Swiss chard and Choron sauce.
Le Passé Composé
Located just steps away from the Beaudry metro station, Le Passé Composé breakfast restaurant offers a diverse menu and seven choices of poached egg dishes (omg!). We also recommend their sandwiches and cocktails, perfect to accompany a brunch!