These aren’t going to be your average eggs Benny, two-egg plates or stacks of pancakes: Weekends at Time Out Market Montréal are getting amped up with a whole new brunch service every weekend—Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm—where each eatery is serving up their own spin on it. Just when you thought collecting some of the best names in the restaurant scene under one roof to deliver outstanding breakfasts, lunches and dinners seven days a week was enough, think again. Read on for menu details.
It’s only been two months since Time Out Market Montréal threw open its doors to the public, and with it, hundreds of options from 16 eateries and demo kitchen. While we’ve all been digging their menus left and right—from seriously succulent Portuguese chicken to classic Neapolitan pies and creative twists on Quebecois cuisine—we’re not going to say no to more than a dozen new dishes to enjoy during (boozy) afternoon breakfasts.
On the sweet side:
- The pastry masters Suyin Wong and Jeffrey Finkelstein at Hof SuCrée are planning a panettone French toast with orange butter sauce.
- Haitian chef Paul Toussaint’s Caribbean kitchen has a ‘Pancake soleil’ bursting with bright flavors from a passion fruit crème Anglaise, rum, an exotic fruit salad, chantilly cream and Haitian chocolate.
- The French fine dining luminaries at Le Club Chasse et Pêche have plans for an oatmeal ''risotto'' with maple syrup and caramelized banana (pictured).
- Olive et Gourmando will be sure to blow your sweet tooth away with French toast served with a pistachio-almond crumble, blueberries, whipped Labneh and maple syrup.
- Dalla Rose is serving up a pancake and maple syrup ice cream sandwich that'll blow your socks off.
- Burger T! is offering a healthy smoothie bowl with granola and fruit.
On the savory side:
- Chef Laurent Godbout’s demo kitchen is doing a Southern classic you’ll be ordering seconds of: Fried chicken and waffles dressed with a 64-degree egg, mushrooms and Béarnaise sauce.
- The Japanese eatery from Marusan is serving a special teishoku plate loaded with a beef & potato Stew, bamboo, a tofu pâté, a soft and silky onsen egg, rice, miso soup, and pickles.
- Romados is serving a brunch poutine!
- Vietnamese hotshot Le Red Tiger plans for a traditional dish of Bột Chiên: Fried rice and taro cakes with a sunnyside egg, Vietnamese pork sasuage, green papaya, marinated carrot and daikon, dried pork shavings, green onion, peanuts and fried onion; a vegetarian option of this is also available.
- Montréal Plaza Deli says they’re doing two eggs with bacon, but given their unbridled creativity? Expect something awesome.
- Paul Toussaint doubles down his contributions to brunch at Time Out Market Montréal with Polenta Haitienne, served with pork belly, poached eggs, spinach grits and avocado.
- Charles-Antoine Crête & Cheryl Johnson’s featured chef counter will be serving a egg-cellently egg-cecuted spinach eggs Benedict, served with either smoked salmon or Gaspor pork sausage.
- Le Club Chasse et Pêche retools one of their most beloved dishes of grilled octopus and smoked paprika, pairing it with hollandaise sauce and baby potatoes. Delish.
- Foxy is throwing their hat in the ring with a shakshuka.
- Il Miglio’s going for the Italian classic of a spaghetti carbonara.
- Moleskine is firing up their oven early to serve up a brunch pizza, dressed with Mornay sauce, bacon, tomatoes, greens, egg and breadcrumbs.
- Vegans, take note: Foodchain is prepping a falafel brunch platter that will feature a falafel hash, hummus sauce, fried Brussel sprouts, fresh tomatoes, cabbage and—ooh là làa secret garnish.
- Grumman ’78 is going for a traditional Mexican breakfast staple with chilaquiles; corn tortillas served with refried black beans, salsa verde, queso, fried egg, red onion, cilantro.
- Burger T! has a BLT for those brunchers on the go.
As for booze? Order up some special cocktails the Time Out Bar is creating for the occasion: A Kimchi Caesar, a Tiki Bellini (bubbly served with dark rhum, Falernum and pineapple), and an IPA Michelada (jalapeño, black pepper, lime, Clamato, and yes, IPA).
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