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Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Patricia Brochu

Your guide to the food and drink at Time Out Market Montréal – and how to order

Check out the eateries now open at Time Out Market Montréal, plus info on how to order from the best chefs in the city

By Time Out Montréal

Located in the Centre Eaton de Montréal, Time Out Market Montréal is 40,000-square-foot culinary and cultural destination, smack dab in the heart of Downtown Montréal. Inside this expansive space (sporting a massive skylight at its centre, natch), you’ll find a handpicked selection of restaurants and chefs by the editorial staff at Time Out Montréal. It’s got every base covered, serving healthful vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options alongside mouthwatering local classic dishes that include poutine, French pastries, Vietnamese pho and bahn mi, juicy burgers, and a whole lot more. It’s got plenty to satisfy sparrow-like snackers as well, like heaping plates of oysters to enjoy with friends during a 5 à 7 in a bar section pouring of top shelf cocktails, pints from Québec microbreweries and an international range of wines. 

There’s a lot to take in, so take your time browsing the eateries of Time Out Market Montréal. Clicking on any one of these stellar names and concepts will give you more information about them, as well as a chance to check out their menus available at the market. You should note that specials will occur and are bound to change—we don’t want to stem the creativity of these fine names in any way!—so you should pay visits to this culinary mecca now and then to see what new, fresh dishes are available.

Time Out Market Montréal has also put in a lot of safety precautions and new systems like limited seating capacity, enhanced air circulation and filtration, sanitization stations for customers, a dedicated cleaning staff and more to help Montrealers enjoy the best possible dining experience.

There's also a new ordering system for dining in, takeout and delivery via Doordash at the market: Find out how to order at Time Out Market Montréal here.

Marusan, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Patricia Brochu

Marusan

Restaurants

Japanese counter — Open

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.

Signature dishes: Curry, donburi, and ramen

Le Red Tiger, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Le Red Tiger

Restaurants

Vietnamese cantine — Open

This kitchen’s menu captures the bona fide flavours and aromatics of Vietnamese favorites while adding welcome twists and turns of their own invention.

Signature dish: Pho dip

Paul Toussaint, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Patricia Brochu

Paul Toussaint

Restaurants

Haitian & Caribbean cuisine — Open

Paul Toussaint’s passionate approach to Caribbean fare has been catching Montréal’s attention ever since the chef returned from Haiti in 2017.

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

Il Miglio, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Il Miglio

Restaurants

Artisinal pasta — Open

At this eatery, Italian cuisine’s calling cards of fresh pasta and seasonally based dishes of antipasti are delivered in wonderfully delicious ways. Buon appetito!

Signature dishes: Pasta, antipasti

Moleskine, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Moleskine

Restaurants

Pizzeria — Open

Among all the second-wave Neapolitan-style pizza joints to hit the streets of Montréal, Moleskine is at the top of our list. Chef Frédéric St-Aubin’s one-two punch of both traditional and seasonal ingredients makes us do a double take at just how fresh, comforting and fun the dishes are.

Signature dishes: Marguerite, Genovese, and Salsiccia pizzas

Romados, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Romados

Restaurants

Portuguese chicken, poutine and natas — Open

Ask any Montréaler what should be on someone's dining bucket list in this city, and Romados is right up there at the top. The local love for this churrascaria’s Portuguese chicken and poutine burns hotter than their fiery rotisserie grills.

Signature dishes: Chicken with piri piri sauce, poutine and pasteis de nata

Hof SuCrée
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Hof SuCrée

Restaurants

Pâtisserie — Opening soon

While Jeffrey Finkelstein's Mile End bakery Hof Kelsten has long been known as the essential stop on a carb crawl in the city, this new concept created with pastry chef and associate Suyin Wong promises a whole new sugary avenue.

Signature dishes: Chocolate truffle jello, chocolate babka, caramel brownies, fruit crumble

Montréal Plaza Deli, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Montréal Plaza Deli

Restaurants

A fast and dangerous deli — Opening soon

Leave it to chefs Charles-Antoine Crête and Cheryl Johnson to take your average salad, soup or sandwich and crank them to 11 with unexpected flavours and techniques.

Signature dishes: Sandwiches, soups, salads

Charles Antoine-Crête & Cheryl Johnson, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Charles-Antoine Crête & Cheryl Johnson

Restaurants

Signature chefs — Opening soon

One taste of the avant-garde cuisine from these culinary wild cards is all it takes to understand why Montréal’s so fascinated with their vibrant fine-dining fare.

Signature dishes: Whelk gratiné with miso butter, sturgeon cream, tartares

Le Club Chasse et Pêche, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Le Club Chasse et Pêche

Restaurants

By Claude Pelletier & Mélanie Blouin — Opening soon

Le Club Chasse et Pêche has been an absolute pillar of fine dining in Old Montréal ever since it first opened its doors in 2004. Claude Pelletier and Mélanie Blouin’s food is a meditative experience, and the chefs’ technique and form turn the ingredients into thoughtful creations.

Signature dishes: Braised pork-knuckle risotto, grilled and marinated octopus

Foxy, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Foxy

Restaurants

Griffintown BBQ — Opening soon

The sparks from Foxy’s wood-fired menus are flying: Inimitable in its combination of fine dining with rustic fare, this Griffintown restaurant’s food finds few equals in the city.

Signature dishes: Pulled-duck coleslaw, oysters with burnt-onion mignonette, roasted turmeric cauliflower

Dalla Rose
Photograph: Two Food Photographers

Dalla Rose

Restaurants

Real ice cream — Opening soon

It takes some serious skill to make ice cream, gelato and sorbet tempting for Montréalers who spend half their year in sub-zero temperatures. That means restaurant veterans Michael Dalla Libera and Nick Rosati had to offer something special at Dalla Rose, and, go figure, it’s their whole menu.

Signature dishes: Ice cream, sorbet and gelato

Burger T!, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Patricia Brochu

Burger T!

Restaurants

Signé Toqué — Opening soon

Chef Normand Laprise—one of the most acclaimed and influential chefs of Québec—is a true champion of the farm-to-table movement and a keystone in our province’s cuisine, so it’s no wonder his burgers are the best in town.

Signature dishes: Hamburgers, hot dogs, milkshakes, fries

Foodchain, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Foodchain

Restaurants

Veggies since 2017 — Opening soon

We’re willing to bet money that this vegan-vegetarian stalwart’s lightning-quick service and delicious flavour combinations are sure to convert any ravenous meat eater looking for a greener snack.

Signature dishes: Vegan hot dogs, salads

Grumman '78, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Grumman '78

Restaurants

Taquería — Opening soon

Montréal food-truck pioneer Grumman ‘78 practically resuscitated the street-food scene back in 2010 with their fusion-heavy bites that continue to find few equals elsewhere. Blending inspirations from Latin American cuisine, Tex-Mex and beyond.

Signature dishes: Popcorn turbot tacos, Papas ‘78 (sweet potato home fries with queso) or a tomato salad with a cornbread crumble

Olive et Gourmando, Time Out Market Montréal
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Olive et Gourmando

Restaurants

All-day breakfast — Opening soon

If you ever find yourself on the streets of Old Montréal wondering what’s causing a long line of locals and tourists to snake up the street, this café from Dyan Solomon and Eric Girard is the reason.

Signature dishes: Coffee, pastries, sandwiches, salads

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