If there’s one question we get asked on a regular basis, it’s where to eat. More specifically, where to brunch! Of course, there are WAY more than just 5 incredible Montreal brunch spots that you should visit, these are the ones we’re feeling right now.
Soubois Montreal Brunch Kicks-Off
Known for their club-vibes at night, Soubois has been the talk of the town ever since the launch 6-or-so months ago. Now you can fall down the rabbit hole to an enchanted brunch spot on the weekend – yes, Soubois is open for business brunchness starting this Sunday, February 7th.
The woodsy interior, airy space and adequate lighting lends this space to being a food-stagrammers haven. Presentation of the dishes we sampled were creative – some more than others. For example, their creamy smoked salmon roll, “Gold y Lox” is dusted with gold, decorated with caviar and served with a toasted Montreal bagel on slate. The lobster with caviar was delicious, and the blueberry pancakes with ricotta & lemon were our personal favourite of this meal.
Brunch service begins at Soubois this Sunday, February 7th, 2016 at 11:30 am.
1106 De Maisonneuve O.
EVOO has one of the most creative menus in Montreal. Their traditional full-Irish brunch is exactly what it sounds like, and takes us back to Dublin. If you visit on the first weekend of the month, EVOO serves up a bar à bulles, complete with fresh fruit puree to compliment your fancy bubbles.
Their menu changes from time to time, but no matter the dish, it will definitely impress. EVOO has made us fall face-first in love with simple sides such as hashbrowns or ‘Nutello’ (or – NutellOO?), their version of a world favourite – chocolate and hazelnut spread. The menu at EVOO has raised the bar of the way we like to brunch.
Thu – Sat : Brunch from 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sun : Brunch from 10:00am to 3:00pm
3426 Notre Dame O.
This Montreal brunch spot has it all, and their menu is nothing short of legendary. Pancakes, (eggs) Benedict and the traditional bacon, eggs and toast are just a few of the menu items you can expect from Fabergé, except it’s as if Martha Stewart was cooking up a storm while she was high on life.
If chicken and waffles is something that you’ve been craving, you’ve gotta eat here! Check out their menu to see what else you’ve been missing.
8am-4pm on weekends, 8am-3pm Monday to Friday
25 Fairmount O.
If you’re sensitive to gluten and struggle with the lack of menu options in this town, nobody does gluten-free crêpes like the folks at Spanel. These crêpes are made with buckwheat flour, and the variety of crêpes were inspired by Montreal and its unique, charming boroughs. Check out their online menu to see it for yourself, and we suggest sampling the savoury and sweet for the full experience.
8am-4pm all week.
1960 Notre Dame O.
Ê.A.T @ W Hotel Montreal
Known for their chic design and upscale client base, the W Hotel Montreal recently unveiled their restaurant, Ê.A.T – Être Avec Toi. The decor is entirely completed with art and artistic influences, combined with ample natural light lends the space to +A Instagram moments. Sunday brunch is where it’s at, so if you want to impress an out-of-town friend or plan a staycation – we suggest you Ê.A.T here.
Saturday and Sunday 11:00am – 4pm
Have we missed anything? Don’t see your fave brunch joint in our list? Leave your suggestions in the comments below, and we’ll Nuda bite it next time!