Ways to enjoy restaurants and bars downtown
Time Out Market
Between two shopping sessions on St-Catherine Street, we recommend you to go to the Time for The Holiday Menu.
Salmon Nigiri – Blossom
Pork and shrimp dumplings – Chanthy Yen
Grilled octopus and sweet potato puree – Americas BBQ
Creste di gallo with duck ragout – Il Miglio
Chicken and red wine stew – Campo
Spicy beef soup – Red Tiger
Lamb Bhuna – Le Taj
Rice with Djej and roasted chicken – Mezzmiz
Rum ham and pineapple – Paul Toussaint
T! Lamb Burger – Toqué!
Spicy Nordica Pizza – Moleskine
Eby Fry (fried shrimp) curry – Marusan
Gingerbread Latte – Tunnel Espresso
Address: 705 Sainte-Catherine O
This café is a piece of Italy in the heart of downtown Montreal with a warm atmosphere. This modern Italian bar offers excellent espresso made with Italian roasted beans. You can go there for a break in the morning, but nothing prevents you from going there when you feel like it!
You will also find your happiness there at the time of the aperitif. Indeed, the house serves spritz and other refreshing cocktails to be tasted with some salty nibbles.
Address: 2055 Rue Stanley
Kumamoto Ramen is an authentic Japanese noodle soup experience that will give you a new perspective of the Japanese ramen culture in town.
The secrets of their tasty Ramen are in its soup and noodles made from selected ingredients with special techniques.
For ramen lovers, this Japanese restaurant is for you.
Address: 1812, rue Ste-Catherine O
Located in the McCord Stewart Museum, Café Notman will officially open its doors in December 2022.
As a tribute to the renowned photographer William Notman (1826-1891), the Olive Orange team – who will manage the Café – will offer a fresh menu of healthy, local products.
Address: Dans le Musée McCord