1. Marusan, Time Out Market Montréal
    Photograph: Two Food Photographers
  2. Marusan, Time Out Market Montréal
    Photograph: Patricia Brochu
  3. Marusan, Time Out Market Montréal
    Photograph: Patricia Brochu
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Marusan, Time Out Market

Time Out Market Selected

Time Out says

Consider this Time Out Market project to be the crossroads of two great Montreal culinary masterminds. It's where Hideyuki Imaizumi, whose hospitality savvy can be found inside the Plateau café Osmo x Marusan, meets Chinatown's smash hit Fleurs et Cadeaux and the work of its chef and co-owner Tetsuya Shimizu. Together, they're creating some of the best Japanese fare in town with bowls of savory ramen and curry donburi, silky onsen (‘hot spring’) eggs, and crispy-on-the-outside, juicy-on-the-inside karaage. One bite was all it took for us, and that’s all it will take to get you hooked, too.


Curry donburi

Karaage curry (Curry served with Japanese fried chicken)

Beef curry (Curry served with finely sliced beef)

Vegetable curry with ganmo (Curry served with fried tofu fritters)


Triple soup — Broth made with dashi, vegetables and pork
Served with sliced green onions, menma bamboo shoots, fried garlic and roasted chashu pork


Roasted garlic tonkotsu

Spicy miso tonkotsu

Ramen extras:


Green onions and shallots

Fried garlic

Menma bamboo shoots

Roasted chashu pork

On the side

Steamed rice

Onsen egg (with truffle oil)

Ganmodoki (fried tofu fritters with yuzu zest)

Miso soup (wakame, tofu, green onions)

Karaage (fried chicken, 4 pieces)


Time Out Market Montréal
705 Sainte-Catherine St W
QC H3B 4G5
Cross street:
Boulevard Robert-Bourassa
Green Line to McGill Orange Line to Bonaventure Société de transport de Montréal (STM): http://www.stm.info
Opening hours:
Sunday 12pm—6pm, Monday to Wednesday 11:30am—7pm, Thursday and Friday 11:30am—8pm, Saturday 12pm—8pm
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