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Time Out Market Montréal: Delivery / Livraison
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Order delivery at Time Out Market Montréal

In a rush to eat? Hungry now? Don’t want to leave your sofa? We’ve got you covered with delivery from Time Out Market Montréal.

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The seriously impressive eateries at Time Out Market Montréal are ready to have you over for lunch and dinner, but what if you don't have much time? What if you want to stay home? We have some good news for you: You can order delivery from all of these excellent spots below. Check them out and click to order. Easy.

Japanese counter

Signature dishes: Curry, donburi, and ramen

Restaurateur Hideyuki Imaizumi and kaiseki chef Tetsuya Shimizu’s combined culinary efforts have us convinced that Marusan is serving up some of the best Japanese fare in town. One bite was all it took, and—trust us on this one—that’s all it will take to get you hooked, too. At this new eatery, prepare to dive into bowl after bowl of savory ramen and curry donburi or the table d'hôte of teishoku topped with a silky onsen (‘hot spring’) egg. Add on some crispy-on-the-outside, juicy-on-the-inside karaage chicken for a real feast.

Vietnamese cantine

Signature dish: Pho dip

Bite into what Le Red Tiger is serving and take a trip through Vietnam, no airfare required. The food from restaurateur Dan Pham and chef Phong Thach is seriously transportive stuff: From highly stylized reinventions of street food—like a knockout beef carpaccio with shrimp chips—to piping-hot bowls of traditional pho, this kitchen’s menu captures the bona fide flavours and aromatics of Vietnamese favorites while adding welcome twists and turns of their own invention. Try their unforgettable Vietnamese version of a French dip, a banh mi paired with beef broth.

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Haitian & Caribbean cuisine

Signature dishes: Griot with pikliz and pineapple-and-rum ribs to sides of accra fritters and fried plantains

Paul Toussaint’s passionate approach to Caribbean fare has been catching Montréal’s attention ever since the chef returned from Haiti in 2017. Here, the chef serves up his home country’s savory and comforting cuisine, from crackling griot with piquant pikliz and fall-off-the-bone pineapple-and-rum ribs to sides of accra fritters and fried plantains. You won’t have time to lick your fingers before you find yourself ordering seconds of this soul food.

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