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25 Takeout and Delivery Options for Vegans and Vegetarians in Montreal

From a bowl of simmering ramen to a cheeseburger trio, here’s where to get meat- (and dairy-) free fare to go

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For all of Montreal’s smoked meat and foie gras, there’s plenty of quality vegetable-centric cuisine to be found — even for takeout and delivery. Many restaurants on this map are strictly vegetarian or vegan. Others aren’t, but have demonstrated an ability to offer up quality meat-free dishes. From Villeray to Saint-Henri, here are the city’s key dining options for non-omnivores.

Some venues on this list have small dine-in areas that have been reopened. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the official sites of the Quebec government and Montreal’s public health authority (Santé Montréal). Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Veganation

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6701 Avenue Papineau, Montréal
QC H2G 2X4, Canada
(438) 938-2163
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Veganation is well-known as a reliable option for nourishing soups, bowls, and salads, but it skews on the junkier side as well. Think mozzarella cheese sticks, decadent mac and cheese and key lime cheese cake — all without the dairy. It’s all available for takeout or delivery via UberEats.

2. Café Dei Campi

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1360 Boulevard Rosemont, Montréal
QC H2G 1V4, Canada
(514) 563-0649
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This is the place for sweets that could fool the most discerning of non-vegans. With the indoor dining area closed, Dei Campi is running a weekly pick-up operation. The menu changes often, but past options have included fauxtella brownie (pictured here), focaccia with ancestral tomatoes, basil and almond-based ricotta and cranberry and pecan sticky buns

3. Verdi

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93 Rue de Castelnau E, Montréal
QC H2R 1P1, Canada
(514) 369-0000
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Neither Italian food nor brunch are terribly amenable to vegan modifications, yet Villeray’s Verdi (a division of Vegano) does both with flair — pasta and American-Italian submarines feature, alongside desserts. Takeout only.

4. Santa Barbara

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6696 Saint Vallier, Montreal
QC H2S 2P7, Canada
(514) 273-4555
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Santa Barbara’s ethos is "vegetarian but carnivore friendly," so there are only one or two meat or seafood options on the menu at any time. The kale salads and pirogies are known for drawing raves, and their brunches (now terrasse only) prompt line-ups. Available for takeout.

5. Sham

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152 Avenue Mozart E, Montréal
QC H2S 1B4, Canada
(438) 387-3311
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Sham specializes in vegan Syrian and Levantine cuisine, and despite what its name suggests, it’s spinach kibbeh, walnut and almond muhammara, and vegan shish taouk are the real deal.

Visit its website of takeout and delivery options.

Bientôt des fajitas en pita ou en assiette Soon fajitas in pita or a plate 152 Avenue Mozart Est, Montréal, QC 1371 Avenue du Mont-Royal E QC

Posted by Sham on Sunday, May 31, 2020

6. Dépanneur Le Pick-Up

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7032 rue Waverly, Montreal
QC H2S 3J2, Canada
(514) 271-8011
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Le Pick Up's veg menu might not be lengthy but omnivores and vegans alike flock to this Mile-Ex favourite for their signature sweet 'n' spicy vegan pulled pork sandwiches. And while the faux-pork is excellent, their haloumi sandwich is vastly underrated. As the name suggests, pick up has always been an option. Now with a location in Hochelaga.

7. Umami Ramen & Izakaya

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6660 Rue Clark, Montréal
QC H2S 3E7, Canada
(438) 375-6660
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Noodles and tofu are made in-house at Umami Ramen, which took over the space previously occupied Le Ballpark in Mile-Ex last year. Their terrasse is open for a little while longer, but if you’d rather slurp your bowl of miso, spicy miso or soy-based shoyu broth at home, order on DoorDash, SkipTheDishes or UberEats.

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Posted by Umami Ramen on Saturday, August 15, 2020

8. Restaurant Radis

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361 Rue Bernard O, Montréal
QC H2V 1T6, Canada
(514) 379-6678
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Look no further for an all-vegan approach to Italian fare. Radis’ dining room has reopened but it’s takeout and delivery menu is still on, with multiple pizza options (margherita, mushroom or the chef’s special), some calzones, and its back-by-popular demand tiramisu. Available for takeout or delivery on UberEats and DoorDash.

9. Aux Vivres (multiple locations)

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4631 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal
QC H2T 1R2, Canada
(514) 842-3479
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One of the city’s vegan strongholds features fresh-pressed juices, sandwiches, and healthy bowls, in a bright, almost kitschy spot on Saint-Laurent (now with a second location in Westmount). Available for takeout or delivery via UberEats, or place an order online for vegan staples from its adjacent store.

10. ChuChai

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4088 rue Saint-Denis, Montreal
QC H2W 2M5, Canada
(514) 843-4194
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That dishes in the picture? They’re entirely meat-free. ChuChai is all-vegetarian but with an exceptionally strong (if pricey) take on faux-meat. Great for the vegetarian who misses it; less so for the vegetarian who’s repulsed by the thought of it. Available on SkipTheDishes.

11. Résonance

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5175a du Parc Ave., Montreal
QC H2V 4G4, Canada
(514) 894-7543
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Once known as a laptop dweller café by day, and jazz club by night, Résonance is now operating a takeout and delivery operation. Its veg menu includes popular hearty bowls with kimchi, tofu and nori, plus treats like vegan carrot cake. Order online via their website.

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Posted by Resonance Café on Friday, May 15, 2020

12. Mimi & Jones

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5149 Av du Parc, Montréal
QC H2V 4G3, Canada
(438) 375-4646
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From the same people who brought vegan sushi joint Sata to Hochelaga, Mimi & Jones has been churning out vegan revisions of greasy spoon classics for just over a year now. Add a chocolate, vanilla, caramel or cheesecake milkshake to your burger and fries, and make it a trio. Pick up at their Park Avenue location, or order on Uber Eats.

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13. Bistro Tendresse

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1259 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal
QC H2L 2H3, Canada
(438) 387-1471
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Beyond the predictable salads and pastas, Bistro Tendresse features everything from dumplings (steamed or fried) and general tao, to a butternut squash burger and tater tots, making it difficult to classify as anything other than plant-based. Pass by for takeout at the Gay Village storefront, or order for delivery on UberEats.

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Posted by Tendresse on Wednesday, June 17, 2020

14. Le Nil Bleu

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3706 rue Saint-Denis, Montreal
QC H2X 3L7, Canada
(514) 285-4628
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For over 20 years, Nil Bleu has been the most soigné Ethiopian eatery in the city, but it also caters splendidly to vegans and vegetarians, with lots of wats (stews) laden with lentils and split peas, and full meat-free platters. Order their vegan tasting menu for $30 via UberEats.

15. Komomo by Sushi Momo

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3609 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2X 3L6, Canada
(514) 825-6363
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Komomo does all-vegan sushi, but even lovers of seafood have been known to concede that its rolls, from California to Kamikaze, can compete with the fishy counterparts. Order online or pick up at the takeout counter, which has taken over for Momo in the wake of the pandemic.

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Posted by Komomo by Sushi Momo on Friday, May 1, 2020

16. Yuan

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2115 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2X 3K8, Canada
(514) 848-0513
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Ranging from dumplings in peanut sauce and agedashi tofu to sushi pizza and vegan shrimp, Yuan has everything you need for a vegetarian sushi dinner and then some. Place your order for takeout online.

17. Bowhead Pub

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3723 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2X 2V7, Canada
(514) 977-0838
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Le Bowhead may be Montreal’s first fully vegan pub, but the selection and bold flavours of the fare will satisfy even the most diehard meat eaters. Get the decadent pub grub (plant-based or otherwise) on UberEats, SkipTheDishes or DoorDash — whatever your preference.

18. Lola Rosa (multiple locations)

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545 rue Milton, Montreal
QC H2X 1W5, Canada
(514) 287-9337
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Loaded nachos and hearty platters of curry, lasagna chili and more give credence to Lola Rosa’s claim to being among the favourite veg restaurants of non-vegetarians. With locations on Milton, Parc, Old Montreal, and the newest in Place-des-Arts, pick up isn’t too far away. Otherwise, you can order on DoorDash.

19. Lov (multiple locations)

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464, McGill, Montreal
QC H2Y 2H2, Canada
(514) 228-7400
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With immaculate design and a menu from ex-Crudessence chef Stéphanie Audet, Lov quickly became a hit on the vegetarian scene since opening in 2016, and it has since expanded downtown and to Laval and DIX30. The menu is a solid balance of more health-conscious, "granola" fare, hearty options like burgers and poutines, and items in between like the "smoked beet" sandwich. Takeout orders can be placed online, and delivery is supported by UberEats.

20. Pushap

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5195 Rue Paré, Montreal
QC H4P 1P4, Canada
(514) 737-4527
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Thali, samosas, and sweets on the cheap continue to draw fans to this legendary and very cheap spot near metro Namur. Call for takeout or order via DoorDash or UberEats.

21. Nilufar

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1925 St-Catherine West, Montreal
QC H3H 1M3, Canada
(514) 846-1947
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This Shaughnessy Village institution is beloved both for its falafel, and for owner Nilufar Al-Shourbaji's warm hospitality. But there's also a vegan shish taouk, vegan garlic sauce for potatoes, and a vegan poutine featuring falafel and a tahini sauce. Swing by for takeout or get delivery via DoorDash.

22. Le Petit Sao (multiple locations)

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1870 Rue Centre, Montréal
QC H3K 1H7, Canada
(514) 543-0988
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After opening its latest location in Old Montreal a little over a month ago, Vietnamese fast casual chain Le Petit Sao is now up to four, all focused on Montreal’s west side (with one off on Nuns’ Island). It isn’t entirely vegan, or even vegetarian, but its spring rolls, banh mi, general “sao” bowls are all offered as plant-based versions. Visit its website for takeout and delivery options at each of its branches.

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23. Tacos Frida

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4350 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montreal
QC H4C 1R8, Canada
(514) 935-9696
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This family-run taqueria is known for its carnitas but it caters well to vegans, with mushroom and nopales (cactus) options, not to mention sides and specials. They do takeout and are on SkipTheDishes.

24. Hello 123 (multiple locations)

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5700 Av de Monkland, Montréal
QC H4A 1E4, Canada
(514) 483-1123
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This modern Toronto transplant is best known for its creative (and decadent) renditions of healthy dishes. Expect all-dressed avocado toast, decadent curry bowls and uber-colourful smoothies. Take your pick from these delivery options.

25. Falafel St-Jacques

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345 Rue St-Jacques, Lachine
QC H8R 1E6, Canada
(514) 595-7482
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Run by a Jewish-Muslim team, Falafel St-Jacques is home to some of the city's best shawarma and falafel. Dabbling in fake meat, their faux-shish taouk converts meat-eaters and is well worth the detour to Lachine for a peek at the takeout counter. Otherwise, order on DoorDash, SkipTheDishes, or UberEats.

1. Veganation

6701 Avenue Papineau, Montréal, QC H2G 2X4, Canada

Veganation is well-known as a reliable option for nourishing soups, bowls, and salads, but it skews on the junkier side as well. Think mozzarella cheese sticks, decadent mac and cheese and key lime cheese cake — all without the dairy. It’s all available for takeout or delivery via UberEats.

6701 Avenue Papineau, Montréal
QC H2G 2X4, Canada

2. Café Dei Campi

1360 Boulevard Rosemont, Montréal, QC H2G 1V4, Canada

This is the place for sweets that could fool the most discerning of non-vegans. With the indoor dining area closed, Dei Campi is running a weekly pick-up operation. The menu changes often, but past options have included fauxtella brownie (pictured here), focaccia with ancestral tomatoes, basil and almond-based ricotta and cranberry and pecan sticky buns

1360 Boulevard Rosemont, Montréal
QC H2G 1V4, Canada

3. Verdi

93 Rue de Castelnau E, Montréal, QC H2R 1P1, Canada

Neither Italian food nor brunch are terribly amenable to vegan modifications, yet Villeray’s Verdi (a division of Vegano) does both with flair — pasta and American-Italian submarines feature, alongside desserts. Takeout only.

93 Rue de Castelnau E, Montréal
QC H2R 1P1, Canada

4. Santa Barbara

6696 Saint Vallier, Montreal, QC H2S 2P7, Canada

Santa Barbara’s ethos is "vegetarian but carnivore friendly," so there are only one or two meat or seafood options on the menu at any time. The kale salads and pirogies are known for drawing raves, and their brunches (now terrasse only) prompt line-ups. Available for takeout.

6696 Saint Vallier, Montreal
QC H2S 2P7, Canada

5. Sham

152 Avenue Mozart E, Montréal, QC H2S 1B4, Canada

Sham specializes in vegan Syrian and Levantine cuisine, and despite what its name suggests, it’s spinach kibbeh, walnut and almond muhammara, and vegan shish taouk are the real deal.

Visit its website of takeout and delivery options.

152 Avenue Mozart E, Montréal
QC H2S 1B4, Canada

6. Dépanneur Le Pick-Up

7032 rue Waverly, Montreal, QC H2S 3J2, Canada

Le Pick Up's veg menu might not be lengthy but omnivores and vegans alike flock to this Mile-Ex favourite for their signature sweet 'n' spicy vegan pulled pork sandwiches. And while the faux-pork is excellent, their haloumi sandwich is vastly underrated. As the name suggests, pick up has always been an option. Now with a location in Hochelaga.

7032 rue Waverly, Montreal
QC H2S 3J2, Canada

7. Umami Ramen & Izakaya

6660 Rue Clark, Montréal, QC H2S 3E7, Canada

Noodles and tofu are made in-house at Umami Ramen, which took over the space previously occupied Le Ballpark in Mile-Ex last year. Their terrasse is open for a little while longer, but if you’d rather slurp your bowl of miso, spicy miso or soy-based shoyu broth at home, order on DoorDash, SkipTheDishes or UberEats.

6660 Rue Clark, Montréal
QC H2S 3E7, Canada

8. Restaurant Radis

361 Rue Bernard O, Montréal, QC H2V 1T6, Canada

Look no further for an all-vegan approach to Italian fare. Radis’ dining room has reopened but it’s takeout and delivery menu is still on, with multiple pizza options (margherita, mushroom or the chef’s special), some calzones, and its back-by-popular demand tiramisu. Available for takeout or delivery on UberEats and DoorDash.

361 Rue Bernard O, Montréal
QC H2V 1T6, Canada

9. Aux Vivres (multiple locations)

4631 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC H2T 1R2, Canada

One of the city’s vegan strongholds features fresh-pressed juices, sandwiches, and healthy bowls, in a bright, almost kitschy spot on Saint-Laurent (now with a second location in Westmount). Available for takeout or delivery via UberEats, or place an order online for vegan staples from its adjacent store.

4631 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montreal
QC H2T 1R2, Canada

10. ChuChai

4088 rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC H2W 2M5, Canada

That dishes in the picture? They’re entirely meat-free. ChuChai is all-vegetarian but with an exceptionally strong (if pricey) take on faux-meat. Great for the vegetarian who misses it; less so for the vegetarian who’s repulsed by the thought of it. Available on SkipTheDishes.

4088 rue Saint-Denis, Montreal
QC H2W 2M5, Canada

11. Résonance

5175a du Parc Ave., Montreal, QC H2V 4G4, Canada

Once known as a laptop dweller café by day, and jazz club by night, Résonance is now operating a takeout and delivery operation. Its veg menu includes popular hearty bowls with kimchi, tofu and nori, plus treats like vegan carrot cake. Order online via their website.

5175a du Parc Ave., Montreal
QC H2V 4G4, Canada

12. Mimi & Jones

5149 Av du Parc, Montréal, QC H2V 4G3, Canada

From the same people who brought vegan sushi joint Sata to Hochelaga, Mimi & Jones has been churning out vegan revisions of greasy spoon classics for just over a year now. Add a chocolate, vanilla, caramel or cheesecake milkshake to your burger and fries, and make it a trio. Pick up at their Park Avenue location, or order on Uber Eats.

5149 Av du Parc, Montréal
QC H2V 4G3, Canada

13. Bistro Tendresse

1259 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal, QC H2L 2H3, Canada

Beyond the predictable salads and pastas, Bistro Tendresse features everything from dumplings (steamed or fried) and general tao, to a butternut squash burger and tater tots, making it difficult to classify as anything other than plant-based. Pass by for takeout at the Gay Village storefront, or order for delivery on UberEats.

1259 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal
QC H2L 2H3, Canada

14. Le Nil Bleu

3706 rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC H2X 3L7, Canada

For over 20 years, Nil Bleu has been the most soigné Ethiopian eatery in the city, but it also caters splendidly to vegans and vegetarians, with lots of wats (stews) laden with lentils and split peas, and full meat-free platters. Order their vegan tasting menu for $30 via UberEats.

3706 rue Saint-Denis, Montreal
QC H2X 3L7, Canada

15. Komomo by Sushi Momo

3609 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3L6, Canada

Komomo does all-vegan sushi, but even lovers of seafood have been known to concede that its rolls, from California to Kamikaze, can compete with the fishy counterparts. Order online or pick up at the takeout counter, which has taken over for Momo in the wake of the pandemic.

3609 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2X 3L6, Canada

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16. Yuan

2115 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3K8, Canada

Ranging from dumplings in peanut sauce and agedashi tofu to sushi pizza and vegan shrimp, Yuan has everything you need for a vegetarian sushi dinner and then some. Place your order for takeout online.

2115 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2X 3K8, Canada

17. Bowhead Pub

3723 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2V7, Canada

Le Bowhead may be Montreal’s first fully vegan pub, but the selection and bold flavours of the fare will satisfy even the most diehard meat eaters. Get the decadent pub grub (plant-based or otherwise) on UberEats, SkipTheDishes or DoorDash — whatever your preference.

3723 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2X 2V7, Canada

18. Lola Rosa (multiple locations)

545 rue Milton, Montreal, QC H2X 1W5, Canada

Loaded nachos and hearty platters of curry, lasagna chili and more give credence to Lola Rosa’s claim to being among the favourite veg restaurants of non-vegetarians. With locations on Milton, Parc, Old Montreal, and the newest in Place-des-Arts, pick up isn’t too far away. Otherwise, you can order on DoorDash.

545 rue Milton, Montreal
QC H2X 1W5, Canada

19. Lov (multiple locations)

464, McGill, Montreal, QC H2Y 2H2, Canada

With immaculate design and a menu from ex-Crudessence chef Stéphanie Audet, Lov quickly became a hit on the vegetarian scene since opening in 2016, and it has since expanded downtown and to Laval and DIX30. The menu is a solid balance of more health-conscious, "granola" fare, hearty options like burgers and poutines, and items in between like the "smoked beet" sandwich. Takeout orders can be placed online, and delivery is supported by UberEats.

464, McGill, Montreal
QC H2Y 2H2, Canada

20. Pushap

5195 Rue Paré, Montreal, QC H4P 1P4, Canada

Thali, samosas, and sweets on the cheap continue to draw fans to this legendary and very cheap spot near metro Namur. Call for takeout or order via DoorDash or UberEats.

5195 Rue Paré, Montreal
QC H4P 1P4, Canada

21. Nilufar

1925 St-Catherine West, Montreal, QC H3H 1M3, Canada

This Shaughnessy Village institution is beloved both for its falafel, and for owner Nilufar Al-Shourbaji's warm hospitality. But there's also a vegan shish taouk, vegan garlic sauce for potatoes, and a vegan poutine featuring falafel and a tahini sauce. Swing by for takeout or get delivery via DoorDash.

1925 St-Catherine West, Montreal
QC H3H 1M3, Canada

22. Le Petit Sao (multiple locations)

1870 Rue Centre, Montréal, QC H3K 1H7, Canada

After opening its latest location in Old Montreal a little over a month ago, Vietnamese fast casual chain Le Petit Sao is now up to four, all focused on Montreal’s west side (with one off on Nuns’ Island). It isn’t entirely vegan, or even vegetarian, but its spring rolls, banh mi, general “sao” bowls are all offered as plant-based versions. Visit its website for takeout and delivery options at each of its branches.

1870 Rue Centre, Montréal
QC H3K 1H7, Canada

23. Tacos Frida

4350 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montreal, QC H4C 1R8, Canada

This family-run taqueria is known for its carnitas but it caters well to vegans, with mushroom and nopales (cactus) options, not to mention sides and specials. They do takeout and are on SkipTheDishes.

4350 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montreal
QC H4C 1R8, Canada

24. Hello 123 (multiple locations)

5700 Av de Monkland, Montréal, QC H4A 1E4, Canada

This modern Toronto transplant is best known for its creative (and decadent) renditions of healthy dishes. Expect all-dressed avocado toast, decadent curry bowls and uber-colourful smoothies. Take your pick from these delivery options.

5700 Av de Monkland, Montréal
QC H4A 1E4, Canada

25. Falafel St-Jacques

345 Rue St-Jacques, Lachine, QC H8R 1E6, Canada

Run by a Jewish-Muslim team, Falafel St-Jacques is home to some of the city's best shawarma and falafel. Dabbling in fake meat, their faux-shish taouk converts meat-eaters and is well worth the detour to Lachine for a peek at the takeout counter. Otherwise, order on DoorDash, SkipTheDishes, or UberEats.

345 Rue St-Jacques, Lachine
QC H8R 1E6, Canada

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