In Montreal people enjoy eating out and experiencing the most diverse flavors, however, sometimes it’s easy to spend more money than expected when eating in a restaurant. So, Hotel Y Montreal will help you find affordable restaurants, with good and inexpensive food among a wide variety available. Check it out these 5 nearby restaurants that offer tasty dishes costing around $15.
Jerry: casse-croute du terroir de Montreal
Located on René-Lévesque Boulevard, 2 minutes from Hotel Y Montreal, Jerry is an ideal restaurant for an unpretentious meal when you don’t have much time. As an authentic casse-croute, this chain of affordable restaurants serves reinvented Quebec food. On the menu: poutines, bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese, shrimp and lobster. The hamburgers are specially served with one of the ten sauce options.
Before a hockey game at the Bell Centre or a tour around the city, visit Jerry and enjoy the friendly and humorous atmosphere. This last aspect is a result of a partnership between Jérôme Ferrer, President of Groupe Europea and Gilbert Rozon, Founding President of Juste pour rire.
Le Warehouse: all at $ 4.95 and under
The commitment of Le Warehouse is to offer tasty dishes at $4.95 in a cozy atmosphere. For this unbeatable price you can chose among salad meals, tacos, pasta, sandwiches and hamburgers. Moreover, the starters and side dishes costs only $3 or under. So, even if you need a bigger meal, combining two or more menu options won’t hurt your pocket.
Another convenient point of this affordable restaurant is the opening hours. Le Warehouse is open from 11 am to 3 am every day. So, when you stay at Hotel Y Montréal and you are hungry during less conventional hours, you just need to go up Crescent Street.
Koa Lua: The taste of Hawaii in cubes
Koa Lua is an affordable restaurant that serves Poke Bowls, a very trendy dish at the moment. If you don’t know the concept yet, Poke is a Hawaiian style bowl usually composed by fresh ingredients cut into cubes like raw fish and fruit. So, you will find at Koa Lua menu many tuna, salmon or shrimp based dishes, but also some vegetarian and gluten-free options inspired by Hawaiian gastronomy. In addition, a surf and relaxed atmosphere will complete your trip to Hawaii without the need to go further than St. Catherine Street.
Copper Branch: Powerful food from breakfast to dinner
You don’t need to be vegetarian to fall in love with Copper Branch. This ready-to-eat restaurant offers a 100% plant based menu and powerful food that will bring plenty of pleasure and energy to your sightseeing days. The closest unit to Hotel Y Montreal is on Bishop Street.
From breakfast to dinner, you’ll find rich and healthy meals at Copper Branch, including smothies, coffees, soups and desserts. The most popular dishes are quinoa or brown rice bowls, accompanied by vegetables and a choice of a vegetable protein. Sandwiches, burgers, salads and complementary portions are also available at low prices. For dessert, don’t miss to taste the delicious zuchinni brownie!
Ramen Misoya: real Japanese ramen in Montreal
A little further on Bishop Street, Ramen Misoya is the Hotel Y Montreal suggestion for those who love Asian cuisine. This affordable restaurant has an excellent reputation thanks to its selection of perfumed dishes based on pork broth.
Beyond the broth, all the ramen contains noodles, miso, soy sprouts, cabbage, green onions, nikumiso and menma, but customers can choose other toppings depending on the ramen style.
For those unfamiliar with the ingredients of this authentic Japanese dish, do not hesitate to ask the restaurant staff for help to find a ramen on the menu that will please you.