With a rapidly changing Chinese diaspora, Montreal’s Chinese food options are expanding across the island and beyond, with some flavours and dishes relatively new to the city. Starting with the original downtown La Gauchetière-adjacent Chinatown, offering traditional Hong Kong and southern Chinese flavours, diners can head to Brossard’s strip malls for a range of old-school, big banquet family restaurants. Shaughnessy Village, the newest area near Concordia, features snack foods and flavours popular with many international students. It’s worth exploring to see what’s out there in Verdun, Ville LaSalle, and around Victoria, too.
This map welcomes newcomers like Anita Feng’s award-winning J’ai Feng and Chongqing hot pot purveyors Liu Yi Shou. Two categories of Chinese foods are absent from this map: Our guides to Montreal’s top dumplings and dim sum map have those options covered.Read More