The right way to convey Time Out Market Montreal’s meals into your property

It’s been a month and a change since we unfortunately had to announce the temporary closure of the Time Out Market Montréal, and no one misses dining with hungry Montréal people when we are editors of Time In. It feels like forever since we’ve had breakfast, lunch, and / or dinner in our pride and joy of a food hall, and one of the only things that help us pass the time is something Time Out Market quality to bring us doorstep. It’s – in our humble opinion – one of the best delivery and collection options in Montreal. Read on to find out what’s on the menu.


Photo: Patricia Brochu

Here you will not only find Club Chasse et Pêche’s greatest hits, but also the associated restaurants Le Filet and Le Serpent. Trifecta is the name of the new takeaway that combines menus from all three restaurants, from that braised pork cheek risotto with foie gras shavings that we love, to the combined power of all restaurant cellars and desserts from their pastry chef Masami Waki. Check out the full menu and find a full menu of French and Italian dishes with a touch of classic chefs elegance in each.

Kelsten farm

SuCrée courtyard, Time Out Market Montreal

Photo: Patricia Brochu

Head chefs Jeffrey Finkelstein and Suyin Wong kept their ovens burning during the massive change the restaurant industry is facing, but now they have added food packages, groceries, bread, pastries and desserts to their offerings over the past few weeks. Everything is handled through their website, which can place orders for pickup along with the option for delivery, as long as customers pay an additional $ 8 and can live within 5 miles of their Mile End location. Especially if you need a one-stop shop to get everything you need for your newly acquired sourdough obsession, this is the place.

Le Red Tiger

Le Red Tiger

Photo: Le Red Tiger / @LeRedTiger

One of the hippest Vietnamese restaurants in Montreal is back in action with delivery through Uber Eats. Both lunch and dinner are offered from Tuesday to Friday, dinner only on Saturdays and Mondays (closed on Sundays). Find many of the chart toppers such as papaya salads, imperial and spring rolls, train mi sandwiches and special weekly deals. Nothing is more comforting than a hot bowl of soup and some crispy shrimp cakes.



MoleskinePhoto: Dominique Lafond

From Wednesday to Sunday, Moleskine is now offering its irresistible pizzas to take away or to be delivered via Foodora. Six pizza preparations – from your indispensable marguerite with tomato sauce, Fior di Latte, straciatella and basil to the smooth Genovese with its pesto-artichoke-mushroom-red onion-ricotta combination – are now on the menu, as well as salad for the side and tiramisu . While you argue with yourself, a loved one, or your roommates about whether to order two or three cakes, delve into their wine choices; With its association with Pullman next door, you know it will be a good bottle.

Food chain

Food chain

Photo: Two food photographers

Not every day can be a home cooking day, so why not get a little greener? Lunch Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. is served by the Salad Mavericks in downtown Montreal at Foodchain and their menu includes nine different combinations. Each of them comes with a mix of seeds and nuts and a sauce to match the flavors of the fruits and / or vegetables in the mix – we are currently alternating between the sweet and juicy endive and the green pear salad and cucumber pickle too a mustard sauce for those baseball dog days. Do not forget to grab a pain magic from Hof ​​Kelsten.

Montreal Plaza

Montreal Plaza, Time Out Market Montreal

Montreal Plaza, Time Out Market MontrealPhoto: Patricia Brochu

If there’s one place to fill your table with a full feast of well-thought-out, chef-driven food, order takeaway or delivery from the kitchen by Cheryl Johnson and Charles Antoine-Crête. Curries and soups, salads and restaurant standards like Nordic shrimp or their sturgeon cream, just to warm up the house ratatouille or cavatelli … Everything is divine and comes with a solid selection of wines that you won’t find at any other SAQ. Deliveries are made from Monday to Friday and collection is from Monday to Friday between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm; check out the details here.



Photo: Courtesy of Marusan

Get some of the best Japanese dishes in town by ordering through Uber Eats. We’ve seen BBQ eel bento boxes lately for just $ 20, and that brings you a great variety of eel unagi, karaage chicken, tamago (egg), pickled vegetables, and nikujaga (meat, potatoes, and Onions steamed in soy sauce). on some perfectly cooked sushi rice. If that doesn’t float your boat, there are plenty of delicious curry and donburi bowls up for grabs too.

Paul Toussaint in Agrikol


Photo: Darwin Doleyres Photography

Our favorite Caribbean dishes in town are still available, courtesy of Paul Toussaint and the Agrikol team who work tirelessly Wednesday through Sunday 3pm to 9pm. Get of all sizes, from griot with a side dish of spicy pikliz to roasted pumpkin with coconut sauce. You can place orders with them by calling them at 514-903-6707 or ordering from CHK PLZ, Door Dash or Skip the Dishes.

The mile

The Mile, Time Out Market Montréal
Photo: Patricia Brochu

The fine Italian dishes from Il Miglio are available for take-away and delivery via CHK PLZ. You will find many goods that are kept in the refrigerator for later cooking, such as fresh cavatappi, spaghetti and gnocchi alongside tomato, meat and mushroom sauces, as well as this excellent lasagna (which must be ordered 24 hours in advance), a bean Spinach soup, straciatella, tomatoes and mozzarella di Bufala and meatballs. Mamma Mia!

Grumman ’78

Grumman '78

Grumman ’78Photographer: Mickaël A. Bandassak

Montreal’s only real taco truck that ruled them all quickly adapted to the current restrictions on restaurants in the city and set up their restaurant as a takeaway. On their website, Facebook and Instagram pages you will find regularly updated menus to order, full of all the new surprises we know and love them for. There are taco kits available for home pickup, but previous selections included a Mexican chorizo ​​lasagna, smoked salmon hash browns, oyster mushroom risotto, and some of the best cellars in town. Don’t forget that there are some groceries to take with you when you visit.

From the rose

From the rose
Photo: Two food photographers

We survived the winter, so why not celebrate with delicious ice cream, ice cream and sorbet between freshly baked cookies? Owners Nick Rosati and Michael Dalla Libera are available for delivery or pickup and conjure up flavors that we stand for, from Earl Gray and black sesame to S’more and a coconut Quebec raspberry blend that is spicy and sable . Pints ​​go fast, but check back in the morning for updates on the menus available. When you’re into Quaran blues, there’s nothing like having a bowl of fresh ice by your side while you surf Netflix.


Romados, Montréal time-out market

Photo: Patricia Brochu

Stand in line for juicy Portuguese chicken with piri piri sauce and boxes over boxes of seasoned fries from one of the best bets in town. Romados delivery isn’t exactly new to Montreal – it definitely comes in handy when our last night was a rage – but their selection of birds, bifana sandwiches, and silky, crunchy natas are definitely more welcome than ever on our doorstep.

I touched!

We may not be able to bite on a burger T! Burger until further notice, but chef Normand Laprise’s farm-forward high-end dining is available in his newest restaurant, Beau Mont, Tuesday to Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (pre-orders are welcome). You’ll find a variety of cooked meals for two to four people that don’t involve much more than turning the oven on at home – think soups and curries, meaty pies, quiches, chocolate cakes, french fries, whatever – besides cuts of meat for Take away and access to a small but fine selection of wines.

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