The Top 5 Asian Restaurants in Montreal



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Asia is a huge continent. Montreal is a multicultural city. You don’t have to take a flight all the way to the other side of the world to try the Asian continent’s best fare. An avid consumer and lover of Asian food from a young age, I hunted down these restaurants for myself. Now, I’m sharing my delicious finds with you. Put down your fork and knife, pick up your chopsticks and enjoy.
 
 

1. Le Roi du Wonton

Homestyle noodles Handmade homemade Taiwanese noodles.That’s the main reason why I come here. This family-run eatery boasts a wide variety of noodle and rice dishes. The atmosphere is humble and laid-back, but the food is amazing and won’t hurt your wallet. You’ll feel like you’re at a Taiwanese friend’s house and their beloved mother is serving you. Try the chicken wonton soup, roast chicken, and mapo tofu. Vegetarian options available.
 

2125 Rue Saint Marc, Montreal, Quebec
(514)937-5419
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Le-Roi-du-Wonton/156661027687528

 
 
Wonton on Urbanspoon
 
 

2. GaNaDaRa

Spicy Chicken Plate Feel like having authentic Korean food? Need something spicy? Then GaNaDaRa is the place for you. Mainly frequented by Asian students, this restaurant boasts a wide range of Korean fare like bulgogi, bibimbap and ramen. All of which are delicious. You must try the spicy pork or chicken. It shows up on a sizzling plate. Delicious!
 

1862 De Maisonneuve Bl, Montreal, Quebec
(514)933-2288
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Restaurant-GaNaDaRa/429893133718487

 
 
GaNaDaRa on Urbanspoon
 
 

3. Mei Restaurant

Soy Meat Sandwich This West Chinese family-run restaurant is definitely worth a try. Homemade dumplings, handmade noodles, and freshly grilled meat skewers. This is not your ordinary Chinese commercial kitchen. Try the soy-meat sandwich. It’s different and satisfying. Be prepared for something new.
 

1425 Mackay Street, Montreal, Quebec
https://www.facebook.com/MeiRestaurant

 
Mei Restaurant on Urbanspoon
 

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4. Kazu

gyoza Kazu is probably unofficially Montreal’s best Japanese restaurant. There’s almost always a queue outside this izakaya: Japanese-style bar cum restaurant. And with good reason. The food is fresh and delicious; the service is friendly, and you really do feel like you’re somewhere in Japan. Sit at the bar if you’d like to see how the chefs prepare the food. If you’re a foodie like me, you’re in for a real treat.
 

1862 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montreal, Quebec
(514)937-2333
http://kazumontreal.com/

 
 
Kazu on Urbanspoon
 
 

5. Ruby Burma

Mohinga Burmese restaurants are rare in this part of the world. If you love Thai and Indian food, you simply can’t miss this restaurant. The food at this family-run restaurant is always fresh and scrumptious. Burmese food is a happy marriage between the cuisines of Southeast Asia and India. Try the shan khao swe and mohinga. If you love herbs and spices, you’re in for a treat.
 

3685 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec
(514)985-9559
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Restaurant-Ruby-Burma/452356638174780

 
Ruby Burma on Urbanspoon
 
 


 


 

About DK Rivers

DKRivers DK Rivers is a writer, reader, food lover and world traveller. You can read about her adventures at thewrongbeginning.



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