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Canada’s biggest pan-asian food market is coming back to downtown

Shoni Market returns to Montreal with a food-focused journey across the downtown core.

Written by
Laura Osborne

In a city famous for its food scene—whether it’s the newest vegan burger or the best poutine—it comes as a surprise to no one that Montreal is also home to Canada’s largest Asian food crawl. 

What is Montreal’s Shoni Market?

Last year, over 100 food vendors on Sainte-Catherine street served up pan-asian fare like dumplings, bubble tea, and bao buns. This year, Shoni Market is back with a 2022 edition.

Shoni Market
Photograph: Jonathan Duval

The market’s name is inspired by its location, Shaughnessy Village, which is also known as Montreal’s unofficial second Chinatown. Downtown Montreal is a sure bet as far as food goes thanks to its restaurant scene, and Shoni Market takes things to the next level.

When is Shoni Market?

Discover dishes from downtown's most delicious food establishments from September 8 to 11. The Great Dog Corgi Parade is also back as part of Shoni Market 2022 on Saturday, September 10th at 2:30 p.m., and it's going to be a pawty.

Where is Montreal’s Shoni Market?

As of September 8, you can eat your heart out between St-Urbain and Atwater and Sherbrooke and Saint Antoine streets. And don't forget to check out the Great Dog Corgi Parade!

For more information about Shoni Market, click here

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