Whether it’s on Montreal’s small but mighty Little India strip in Parc-Ex or elsewhere, this city hosts the gamut of flavours from across the Indian subcontinent. Punjabi cuisine of the north is particularly popular here, but there are some options for southern and western regions as well. Others play fast and loose, offering a mélange of regional options.
On this list, we’ve got standbys that have been around since the ‘80s and ‘90s (Le Taj, Mahli Sweets) to younger guns mixing things up (Le Super Qualité, Rasoï), as well as a price range that varies from famously inexpensive (Pushap) to more upscale (Darbar).
Lastly, where possible, it’s best to place orders directly with restaurants, rather than through third-part apps like Uber Eats and DoorDash, so more money goes into the hands of small business owners. Takeout is available at all the restaurant on this list, and if you live nearby in-house delivery sometimes is, too.Read More