Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Brunch restaurants in Montréal and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Le Montréalais thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat Kaizen Sushi Bar, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Brunch.

Tour De Ville

A twirling jewel of cobalt blue, ruby and gold in the crown on top of the Delta Centre-Ville hotel is the Tour de Ville, Montréal's only revolving restaurant. Enjoy incomparable views of the city while dining on international buffet-style...  Read More

Le Jardin Nelson

Crêpes filled with sweet chocolate, sugar and apple stuffing, with maple syrup vanilla ice cream or fresh strawberies ... which to choose? Sample these and more with an excellent cup of coffee, or enjoy a full meal with savory soups and...  Read More

Le Montréalais

This popular bistro, located on the premises of the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, makes for a popular diversion any time of the day but is a particular favorite for afternoon tea. For one price, guests can sample a variety of decadent treats, or...  Read More

Les Beaux Jeudis

This elegant brasserie has charmed the city and its visitors for more than 30 years, surrounding them with lovely décor, friendly service and terrific French cuisine. It's connected to the hotel by means of a tunnel and also adjoins a dance...  Read More

Set in an historic building that once housed sailors, this well-loved restaurant sports a crisp, blue and white color scheme and rustic stone walls. It accommodates diners in eight rooms and on an outdoor terrace, surrounding them with great...  Read More

Alexandre & fils

With more than two decades of experience behind it, this French brasserie is a Montréal favorite. Its relaxed but sophisticated ambience includes a central bar and a variety of decorative mirrors. The menu features traditional café fare, such...  Read More

Chez Noeser

Just a short jaunt off the well-beaten Montréal city streets is Noeser, a sweet little place tucked into a bed & breakfast 20 minutes drive from the Champlain Bridge. Bring your own wine and settle into a room with deeply colored walls and...  Read More

This self-proclaimed "adventurous" sushi bar really has it all from an elegantly designed dining room draped in soft fabrics and lit with gold to abundant sushi offerings, jazz and a sake lounge. The food is Japanese with a twist: foie gras...  Read More

Step off the rue Stanley and into the heart of India at Le Taj. Dining is a study in elegant simplicity, enhanced by their stunning examples of artifacts and wall sculpture, one of which was made for the India Pavilion at the '67 Expo. A buffet...  Read More


To make an impact in this city of bistros, a newcomer must make itself stand out in some novel way. Leméac does so subtly – traditional dishes are given slight modernizations, nothing too brash. Their wine list is exemplary, and the service is...  Read More