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Order up: Time Out Market Montréal is doing delivery now

What other address in Montreal is a one-stop shop doing delivery of Vietnamese, Caribbean, Japanese, and Italian?

By JP Karwacki
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Don't feel like going out to eat tonight? Think you'd rather stay home? No stress, we'll come to you: Now that Time Out Market Montréal is doing delivery, the city's restaurant delivery game just got a major injection of variety.

The market is continuing to expand on its variety of ways of how to order dishes from the best chefs in the city, and that now includes getting them delivered straight to your doorstep via DoorDash. All you need is the app and some credit card information, and you're in! 

Currently on the menu, we've got our Vietnamese, Caribbean, Japanese, and Italian eateries all serving up some amazing dishes; how many other restaurants in town can boast that kind of selection?

Marusan: Dishes from one of the best Japanese restaurants in town are now available, from crispy kaarage curry bowls and teishoku meal sets to exclusive access to their ramen recipes. If you haven't tried their triple broth tonkotsu recipe made with vegetable, dashi and pork, then now's the time. 

Moleskine: With the arrival of the Neapolitan-style pies of this pizzeria, downtown's 'za offerings got a serious upgrade. Forget the big corporate chains and try some quality for a change, whether it's their veggie-covered Genovese coated in pesto, the cheesy Formaggi dressed pecorino, mozza, and cheddar with truffles and a creamy Mornay sauce, or a classic Margharita with red sauce, cheese and fresh basil.

Le Red TigerNothing comforts quite like this Vietnamese eatery's dishes, from a hot bowl of noodles dressed in barbecued chicken satay and fried spring rolls, or their banh mi served up French Dip-style with a side of pho broth to kick it up a notch. These kinds of dishes and more—chicken wings, papaya salads, and more—are all available. It's street food without having to, you know, go out on the street.

Paul Toussaint: Caribbean eats get a fine dining treatment, thanks to the recipes from Montreal's own highly-lauded chef. Roasted meats with spicy rubs, fresh seafood served up on brochette or in jambalaya, bright plates of ceviche, and more; the full menu is available and it's ready to come to you. Hot tip: If you want a serious meal, try the pineapple and rhum ribs with plantain fries or the jerk Cornish hen. Out of this world.

Sure, ordering up a takeout picnic from Time Out Market Montréal has its charm, but some days you just don't want to go out. We get that. If you're finding yourself scrolling through options—or going through that time-honored argument of "what do you feel like eating?" with your significant other or roommates—then consider this the easiest way to solve that situation and focus more on what's on your table. Make it fancy date night at home or in a park, or just enjoy some quality for a change of pace.

Delivery from Time Out Market Montréal is now available during the market's opening hours: Sunday to Thursday from 12PM to 8PM, Fridays and Saturdays from 12PM to 9PM.

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