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Where to Grab a Bite in Brossard

There’s pho, dim sum, tacos, and more

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Dining options in Brossard are constantly evolving, along with its population from around the world. From big box boulevards to just-off-the-highway strip malls, there’s a lot to explore. Perhaps most well-known for its Asian restaurants, Brossard offers up a range of other options, including an old-school Czech spot, a cozy Argentinian eatery, and Toqué’s casual brasserie counterpart.

Health experts consider dining out to be a low-to-moderate risk for the vaccinated. For updated information and regulations, please visit the official sites of the Quebec government and Montreal’s public health authority (Santé Montréal).

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Bosphorus Istanbul Kebab

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Kebabs, grilled meats and classic doner are on the menu at this halal Turkish-owned restaurant. Check out their homemade breads and pide Turkish flatbread pizza with a variety of meaty and non-meaty fillings.

Maison Sai Yan

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BYOB Hong Kong seafood restaurant Maison Sai Yan brings in the crowds for its fresh platters of everything from razor clams to salted egg lobster.

La Maison Kam Fung

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This busy, family-friendly venue comes alive on the weekend when dim sum is king. Its specialities include crispy fried squid, steamed dumplings, and congee, which are chosen from passing trolleys that circulate among the tables.

Deer Garden Signatures

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The cha chaan teng, or Hong Kong-style café, vibe is alive and well in Brossard with a dizzying menu full of classics, from fish noodle soups with tofu puffs and western combos like pan-fried pork chops in maggi sauce. Check out their hot and cold drinks (included in the noodle bowl specials) — the hot almond milk is a real winner.

ImpacTacos

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Tucked into a back corner at the Portobello Mall, ImpacTacos is the real deal, with Lucha Libre masks, crepe paper decorations, and a menu full of carnitas, tacos, gorditas, huaraches, and soft drinks from Mexico.

La Maison d’Anita

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Empanadas, churros, and maté are on offer at this compact restaurant dedicated to sharing Argentinian culture and tradition. Milanesa sandwiches with chimichurri? We’re down.

Sushi Yasu Brossard

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Japanese-owned Sushi Yasu is a favourite for their compact bento boxes, fresh sushi, and grilled dishes like salmon head, tuna, and beef tongue.

Café Kuya

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This daytime café set in the corner of a strip mall on Rome Boulevard offers locally-roasted third wave coffee, breakfast sandwiches, pies featuring fruit native to the Philippines (calamansi, buko, and ube, at any given time), and savoury lunchtime options.

Pho MC Brossard

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Worth the drive to Brossard alone, this casual Vietnamese eatery is a heavy hitter. Whether you’re in the mood for a bowl of pho or a quick banh mi and bubble tea to go, Pho MC Brossard covers a lot of ground. It’s also one of the few places in Greater Montreal to get bánh xèo (a crispy, rice flour-based crepe stuffed with bean sprouts and shrimp or tofu).

Brasserie T

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With the recent closure of the original Brasserie T! in the Quartier des Spectacles, this is the only place to check out Toqué’s cool, casual little sibling. Tucked into the Escad Hotel in the Dix30 shopping district, the bright and airy bistro caters to hotel guests and locals unwilling to brave the bridge. The wine list, with loads of natural options, is also worth your time.

Olivia's Authentic Chicken DIX30

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Korean fried chicken fans have been flocking to Eunjong Ko’s NDG joint throughout the pandemic for crispy bird. This spot, in the swish Dix30, features all their menu items, from the simple box to the party pack for more than 25 people.

Hoai Huong

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This cozy bring your own wine spot specializes in traditional Vietnamese soup. Beyond great pho, you’ll also find bún bò huế and hủ tiếu khô mỹ tho. The menu also lends itself to other hard-to-find Vietnamese favourites like bò lúc lắc (sautéed beef on a bed of greens) and bánh đập (crushed rice crackers with anchovy sauce).

Restaurant Bohemia

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This old-school spot has been serving Czech and European-style plates since 1990. Enjoy a Prague omelette (ham, cheese, and parsley), beef goulash, or the classic svíčková — sirloin and vegetables in a juniper cream sauce served on a bed of dumplings.

Bosphorus Istanbul Kebab

Kebabs, grilled meats and classic doner are on the menu at this halal Turkish-owned restaurant. Check out their homemade breads and pide Turkish flatbread pizza with a variety of meaty and non-meaty fillings.

Maison Sai Yan

BYOB Hong Kong seafood restaurant Maison Sai Yan brings in the crowds for its fresh platters of everything from razor clams to salted egg lobster.

La Maison Kam Fung

This busy, family-friendly venue comes alive on the weekend when dim sum is king. Its specialities include crispy fried squid, steamed dumplings, and congee, which are chosen from passing trolleys that circulate among the tables.

Deer Garden Signatures

The cha chaan teng, or Hong Kong-style café, vibe is alive and well in Brossard with a dizzying menu full of classics, from fish noodle soups with tofu puffs and western combos like pan-fried pork chops in maggi sauce. Check out their hot and cold drinks (included in the noodle bowl specials) — the hot almond milk is a real winner.

ImpacTacos

Tucked into a back corner at the Portobello Mall, ImpacTacos is the real deal, with Lucha Libre masks, crepe paper decorations, and a menu full of carnitas, tacos, gorditas, huaraches, and soft drinks from Mexico.

La Maison d’Anita

Empanadas, churros, and maté are on offer at this compact restaurant dedicated to sharing Argentinian culture and tradition. Milanesa sandwiches with chimichurri? We’re down.

Sushi Yasu Brossard

Japanese-owned Sushi Yasu is a favourite for their compact bento boxes, fresh sushi, and grilled dishes like salmon head, tuna, and beef tongue.

Café Kuya

This daytime café set in the corner of a strip mall on Rome Boulevard offers locally-roasted third wave coffee, breakfast sandwiches, pies featuring fruit native to the Philippines (calamansi, buko, and ube, at any given time), and savoury lunchtime options.

Pho MC Brossard

Worth the drive to Brossard alone, this casual Vietnamese eatery is a heavy hitter. Whether you’re in the mood for a bowl of pho or a quick banh mi and bubble tea to go, Pho MC Brossard covers a lot of ground. It’s also one of the few places in Greater Montreal to get bánh xèo (a crispy, rice flour-based crepe stuffed with bean sprouts and shrimp or tofu).

Brasserie T

With the recent closure of the original Brasserie T! in the Quartier des Spectacles, this is the only place to check out Toqué’s cool, casual little sibling. Tucked into the Escad Hotel in the Dix30 shopping district, the bright and airy bistro caters to hotel guests and locals unwilling to brave the bridge. The wine list, with loads of natural options, is also worth your time.

Olivia's Authentic Chicken DIX30

Korean fried chicken fans have been flocking to Eunjong Ko’s NDG joint throughout the pandemic for crispy bird. This spot, in the swish Dix30, features all their menu items, from the simple box to the party pack for more than 25 people.

Hoai Huong

This cozy bring your own wine spot specializes in traditional Vietnamese soup. Beyond great pho, you’ll also find bún bò huế and hủ tiếu khô mỹ tho. The menu also lends itself to other hard-to-find Vietnamese favourites like bò lúc lắc (sautéed beef on a bed of greens) and bánh đập (crushed rice crackers with anchovy sauce).

Restaurant Bohemia

This old-school spot has been serving Czech and European-style plates since 1990. Enjoy a Prague omelette (ham, cheese, and parsley), beef goulash, or the classic svíčková — sirloin and vegetables in a juniper cream sauce served on a bed of dumplings.

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