16 Montreal eating places the place you’ll be able to order from grocery supply apps
When it comes to food delivery apps, Uber Eats is second to none. Montreal already has an impressive food scene, and since the pandemic started, most of them have made the jump to Uber Eats.
From sandwiches, burgers, American classics, healthy options, home cooking, desserts, and everything in between, here are 16 local Montreal spots to have on your Uber Eats radar.
And no offense, McDonald’s, but we’ll only stick to local places.
Boustan makes a common Lebanese doner kebab. It’s grilled pita that’s loaded with pork, beef, or chicken and topped with beets, lettuce, eggplant, potatoes (yes, potatoes), peppers, and tomatoes, and then topped with a sauce of your choice.
As tasty as their kebabs and pitas are, their garlic potatoes shouldn’t be forgotten.
Boustan is active in all food delivery apps and is open every day until late at night.
The Loïc offers takeaway from Thursday to Sunday (5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.) and has a tasty menu of fried chicken sandwiches, cheeseburgers, veggie burgers, salads and their decadent fries.
You can’t go wrong.
Look, we are in a desperate time and no one is going to judge you for ordering ice cream to go.
La Diperie offers milkshakes, donuts, cheesecakes, ice cream, cookies and vegan goodies. Plus, since it’s a food app, don’t be ashamed of ordering $ 75 worth of desserts …
Clarke Café makes one of the best sandwiches in town, and luckily, you can have it delivered straight to your home.
The Clarke Café also offers coffee, drinks, and desserts at Uber Eats.
Arthur’s Nosh Bar
Arthurs Nosh Bar offers a menu of Jewish cuisine with a twist. Consider grabbing a schnitzel sandwich or cured fish, the breakfast sandwich, or a gourmet salad.
If you are craving brunch or lunch, Arthurs is a popular choice.
From Wednesday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. they offer takeaway delivery via app.
The capital tacos
Tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas, guacamole and more.
La Capital Tacos has great food at great prices, and come on when the weather turns cold who doesn’t feel better warming up with tacos?
Where are the vegans?
Venice MTL has beautiful dishes, fresh ingredients and a take-away menu with lots of vegan and non-vegan options.
Le Red Tiger
Le Red Tiger has replaced its iconic take-away garage door, and the Vietnamese street food spot never disappoints.
From veal sandwiches, tasty fries and pasta, California sandwiches brings a bit of West Coast warmth to the 514.
This iconic French bistro has its entire delicious menu for take-away. Because having fresh lasagna delivered directly to your front door doesn’t make the outside world seem so bad after all.
One of the tastiest Indian restaurants in town has its entire menu to take away, active on all food app delivery and pickup services.
Joe’s Panini 24 hours
Joe’s Panini is open 24/7. So if you’re in the mood for mac and cheese, sandwiches, salads, lasagna, shepherd’s cakes, and other goodies, Joe’s Panini should be on your Uber Eats late night radar.
Hello 123 offers all vegetarian and vegan Uber fans plant-based foods and drinks. When it comes to burgers, brunch and starters, Hello 123 is a fan favorite.
St-Viateur has perfected the art of the Montreal-style bagel since 1957, and these famous bagels are just as delicious because of the delivery.
From sesame seeds to poppy seeds to cheese bagels or all-dressing, you really can’t go wrong.
Uniburger uses a blend of fresh AAA Canadian beef that is always fresh, never frozen and specially prepared every day.
With six locations spread across the island, it’s hard to beat Uniburger if you really crave it.
When it’s breakfast or brunch time and you don’t feel like heating up the kitchen, L’Avenue has a number of great options for early morning.
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