Montreal, with its rich cultural tapestry, stands as a haven for food enthusiasts. From modern Syrian delights to rustic Quebeçois indulgences, the city’s culinary landscape is as diverse as its inhabitants.
Trailblazing Women Chefs
Raphaëlle Saint-Pierre — At the helm of Damas, Raphaëlle introduces diners to a modern take on Syrian cuisine. Every plate serves as a journey through the rich flavors and traditions of Syria, echoing the culinary heritage of the Middle East.
A Michelin-starred gem, Damas offers a tapestry of Syrian flavors. From rich Fattet Hummus to the spicy allure of Muhammara, this restaurant is a culinary journey to the heart of Syria.
Jessica Noël — Mon Lapin in Little Italy is where Jessica Noël showcases her expertise. As its executive chef, she crafts creative and vegetable-forward dishes, making the wine bar a beacon of innovation amidst Montreal’s vibrant culinary scene.
Nestled in Little Italy, Mon Lapin pairs wines with vegetable-forward dishes, echoing the spirit of Italian ‘enotecas’ while adding a modern twist with its innovative menu.
Graziella Battista — In Graziella, located in the heart of Old Montreal, Graziella Battista merges traditional with modern. Her dishes, deeply rooted in Italian traditions, are presented with a contemporary flair, offering diners an authentic yet fresh Italian experience.
Offering a harmonious blend of traditional and modern Italian dishes, Graziella stands as a testament to the timeless allure of Italian cuisine. Handcrafted pastas and innovative flavors await diners in a sophisticated ambiance.
Other Unique Dining Experiences
Île Flottante — Dine with a view at Île Flottante. Located on a floating barge on the Saint Lawrence River, this two Michelin-starred restaurant offers an unparalleled dining experience, blending innovation with tradition.
Le Mousso — A hub of creativity, Le Mousso’s tasting menu evolves with the seasons. Artfully presented dishes challenge and delight the palate, making it a must-visit for those seeking culinary artistry.
Au Pied de Cochon — Dive into the heart of Quebecois traditions at Au Pied de Cochon. With dishes like their iconic poutines and hearty meat offerings, the restaurant is a warm embrace of Quebec’s culinary heritage.
Toqué! — Embodying the essence of modern Quebecois dishes, Toqué! is a celebration of local ingredients and innovative techniques. Each dish is a tribute to Quebec’s rich culinary tapestry.
Okeya Kyujiro — Experience the serenity and precision of traditional Japanese dining at Okeya Kyujiro. This Michelin-starred haven offers authentic sushi and sashimi, ensuring a memorable dining experience for Japanese cuisine enthusiasts.