Are there vegan restaurants in Montreal
The best vegetarian restaurants in Montreal, Québec
Montreal is known around the world for its fantastic dining scene and spectacular eateries that appeal to both meat lovers and vegetarian aficionados - but for vegetarians there is no need to limit yourself to leafy greens as this city is full of delicious vegetarian and vegan options . Here are some of our favorites.
Aux Vivres is a bright meeting place with a terrace and a juice bar and serves fresh, innovative and delicious vegan dishes. This restaurant's menu focuses on ethnically inspired dishes such as Chana Paratha, a flavored Indian flatbread made with chana, sour cream, mint, and tamarind chutney. Or try the Buddha Bowl with steamed organic broccoli, steamed spinach, shredded carrot, roasted sesame seeds, grilled pumpkin seeds, Japanese dressing and grilled tofu. Aux Vivres even offers vegan burgers and sandwiches, brunch on the weekends and animal-free desserts like the "Uncheesecake" or Chipotle Brownie.
4361 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC; +1 514 842 3479
This vegetarian restaurant offers an open kitchen and (mostly) vegan and organic dishes with freshly squeezed juices and take away. Located on one of Montreal's hippest streets, Bonny's offers a menu of new products and daily favorites such as lasagna with tofu ricotta, Japanese soba noodle stir-fries, and black bean chilli with quinoa and sweet potatoes. For vegan friends with a sweet tooth, choose from a range of organic cakes, cookies and puddings for dessert.
1748 Notre-Dame St. West, Montreal, QC; +1 514 931 4136
The Chu Chai specializes in vegetarian and vegan-friendly Thai dishes, which are prepared with meat and seafood. With its elegant and cozy interiors, this local hotspot offers dishes that are known to convert even the most die-hard meat lover. Whether it's their pad thai, chicken satay, panang beef curry, or the ever-popular crispy duck, this place is a must for anyone traveling around Montreal. Count on remarkable service, a wide variety of faux meats, noodles, salads and more, and some of the best foods, vegetarian or not, around.
4088 Rue St-Denis, Montreal, QC; +1 514 843 4194
Lola Rosa Milton
A charming place with a hipster vibe, Lola Rosa has an incredible menu and a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes. From mac and cheese with spinach and jalapeño to avocado quesadillas to polenta with cornmeal biscuit, ratatouille, mozzarella and salsa, this menu is hard to beat. The place is almost always full so it's best to go before or after meal times. Don't forget to check out the drawers on your table before you leave - you'll find a collection of handwritten notes and stories from those who dined before you.
545 Rue Milton, Montreal, QC; +1 514 287 9337
La Lumière du Mile end
With a bohemian, bohemian ambience and a menu full of vegetarian sandwiches, vegan burgers and fair trade coffee, La Lumiére serves every palate with dishes like The Black Betty Sandwich (with tapenade, roasted peppers and cheddar) and L '. Elvis (a sandwich for those with a sweet tooth, filled with almond butter, banana slices and honey). There are burgers, salads, burritos, smoothies and much more, and the drinks are on par too - try the Macchiato or London Fog and you won't be disappointed.
214 Bernard Quest, Montreal, QC; +1 514 658 4949
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