When you’re travelling, especially with a family or a large group, one of the most complex decisions to make is what and where to eat. Whether you’re travelling with the pickiest of eaters or the gourmand of the group, the Time Out Market Montreal has something for everyone. The Time Out Market Montreal rounds up the best chefs and restaurants under one roof. Located in the heart of downtown Montréal (Centre Eaton de Montréal, 705 Saint-Catherine St. West), the market has 15 eateries, as well as a pop-up kitchen, five bars and a cooking academy in 40,000 square feet.

To help you plan your visit to the Time Out Market Montreal, here are our top stalls to try!

Paul Toussaint
Dedicated to Haiti’s rich culinary and cultural heritage and his Caribbean fare, Chef Paul Toussaint has
returned to the Market to continue serving hearty and spicy Haitian cuisine. Diners are able to embark on a voyage
with a menu featuring his crackling griot with piquant pikliz, accra fritters or fall-off-the-bone pineapple-and-rum ribs.

Le Blossom
A favourite from Montréal’s Village neighbourhood, Le Blossom has taken over the Market’s
demonstration kitchen to offer a greatest-hits selection of Japanese plates from their menu. Dishes featured on their
menu include; pressed and torched oshizushi, fresh sashimi and savoury maki, loaded-to-burst poke bowls and
Japanese yatai-style street food.

What started as a pandemic ghost kitchen project quickly became the name of every foodie’s lips. Mezzmiz
incorporates Beirut-style Lebanese cuisine that features a mix-and-match culinary tapestry of a menu. From a
Moroccan lemon confit chicken and fillet mignon shawarma to classic crispy falafels and muhammara rich with
pomegranate molasses and Aleppo pepper, Mezzmiz masterfully unites traditional and cosmopolitan takes on culinary
classics, delivered directly to the Market!

Since 2016, the Ferreira family’s Portuguese chicken joint, Campo, has been a Montréal favourite. A
fine-tuned churrascaria consistently delivering quality time and time again, their local sourcing of grain-fed birds that
are marinated for 24 hours in a piri-piri sauce firmly sets a bar for casual dining downtown – as well as one of the city’s
best Portuguese chicken destinations.

Le Red Tiger
Since opening in 2015, Le Red Tiger has been consistently surprising Montréalers with its traditional
dishes, convivial atmosphere and simple yet flavourful menu inspired by the street cuisine of Southern Vietnam. Chef
Phong Thach is bringing the fun, excitement and most importantly the richly aromatic flavours of Southeast Asia back
to Time Out Market Montréal.

Photo Credit: Time Out Market Montréal

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