Montreal is a fascinating city full of new activities to discover. It has a special place in my heart and I have had the opportunity to visit it a couple of times, which has given me the opportunity to see several of the vegan spots and have my favorites list.
In fact, I still haven’t completed my bucket list. Imagine that every time they open a new place so it is very difficult to keep up with so many options to try!
In Montreal you will be able to find all kinds of food, from the most traditional of Quebec cuisine such as poutine, a delicious mixture of perfectly fried potatoes with gravy and cheese that melts to form an extremely comforting dish, to dishes from cuisines of various parts of the world such as Ethiopia, Mexico, Japan or Lebanon.
The best of all? You will be able to find a vegan version for all this and you will not miss anything by not eating animals, on the contrary! Montreal is going to offer you an incredible gastronomic and cultural experience.
Montreal is divided into several districts and for better organization for your visit I have decided to place them in categories by location.
You have to take into account that some have several locations, so at the end of the post I’ll still leave you a map with all the vegan restaurants and places to visit in Montreal so you can use it if you want.
Bloom’s menu was created by two of my favorite Montreal vegan restaurants: LOV and Sushi Momo. Like LOV, the decoration is beautiful and with delicious food and good company, what more could you ask for?
Address: 368 Saint-Paul St W, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2A6
This colorful restaurant offers vegan fast food from burgers, hot dogs, desserts, non-crispy chicken, milkshakes and salads. If you like kimchi don’t miss their kimchi fries.
Address: 417 Notre-Dame St W, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1V2
With a beautiful decoration, LOV is the ideal restaurant for an elegant dinner, brunch or simply treat yourself to a well-deserved lunch. Their entire menu is vegan. Don’t miss the lasagna or the Crème Brûlée.
Address: 464 McGill St, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2H2
Ming Tao Xuan
For tea lovers like me, this tea room located a few steps from Notre Dame Cathedral has a super extensive menu. In addition, you can look at their display of Chinese furniture and tea accessories while enjoying some vegan options such as non-chicken skewers or Chinese buns that go perfectly with drinks.
Address: 451 St Sulpice St, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2V8
Have an unforgettable experience at Bistro Tendresse and indulge your taste buds with out-of-this-world flavors and textures. You can enjoy the Table d’hôte or menu of the day that includes soup, main course and drink at a good price or visit them for dinner or brunch on the weekend.
Don’t leave without trying their King Oyster crispy oyster mushrooms “calamari” style, herb aioli and pickled shallots or the mushroom waffles!
Address: 1259 St Catherine St E, Montreal, Quebec H2L 2H3