Special Easter Menus in Montreal

Whether it’s celebrating Jesus’ resurrection, a passion for chocolate, a love of egg hunts, or just because you deserve an extra day off, everyone looks forward to Easter weekend.

When you hear the word Easter, chances are you’ll think of a big family gathering. Whether you consider it religious or not, Easter is a time for gratitude and love. Use it as an opportunity to spend time with your loved ones.

The Easter weekend also means big brunches. While it’s nice to have guests and friends over, a long weekend should be a time to rest. That’s why we suggest you take the hassle out of brunch and treat yourself at one of Montreal’s many great restaurants.

If you’re looking for a place to brunch on this long weekend, you can always refer to our list of the best brunches in Montreal. This list is a sure bet and offers addresses from all over the city.

Easter Menus 2023

Because they are always thinking of ways to impress and satisfy their customers, many establishments have put together a special Easter menu.

Today, we’ve compiled a list of this year’s special Easter menus in Montreal. You will find take-out menus as well as special in-house offerings.

We hope that you find what you are looking for… as well as your Easter eggs!

Special Mentions

Menu Extra: The Menu Extra team offers you a meal box to enjoy in the comfort of your home.

On the menu:

Pâté Berrichon, country style stuffing, and runny egg. Served with a miso tomato sauce.

White bean stew, mirepoix and bacon.

Artichoke heart, potato and watercress salad. White summer truffle vinaigrette.

Dark chocolate mousse, caramel and raspberry coulis.

Price: $125 for two people

Menu Extra: Easter Special

Pois Penché: Easter Sunday brunch at Le Pois Penché is a Golden Square Mile tradition. Seafood platter, house smoked salmon, lobster with poached egg, caramelized apple pancakes, steak frites and much more. By reservation only!

Restaurant Toqué!

The Toqué! counter/grocery counter offers a menu for two people to be heated at home, including 7 dishes to share and a chocolate dessert:

  • Duck, cherry and hazelnut puff pastry + chocolate sauce
  • Holstein tataki + mushroom mayonnaise
  • Cavatelli with rabbit and mustard sauce
  • Smoked potato salad and Brussels sprouts sauerkraut
  • Bluefin Tuna Pissaladière
  • Le Jersey-Royal cheese + green tomato ketchup + croutons
  • Blueberry, cranberry and citrus intermezzo cake
  • Dark chocolate praline egg

900 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle

Boucherie Édouard et Léo

The Édouard et Léo butcher shop is promoting the Quebec rack of lamb as well as a boxed meal for four people. This feast includes a selection of local products:

  • Boneless Quebec leg of lamb roast (1kg) with foie gras sauce
  • Wood-roasted root vegetables
  • Mashed potatoes with diced ham
  • Green salad with cider vinaigrette and smoked bread chips
  • Pouding chômeur with berries
Pre-order now for April 5-6-7-8.

3535 Rue de Rouen


On Sunday, April 9, État-Major welcomes you to its Easter brunch. On the menu: 2 choices for $29 / person (+ taxes and service)

  • Salmon gravlax, homemade blinis, beet and sumac sour cream
  • Black pudding, poached egg, frisée, homemade apple mustard and country bread
  • Chicken & Waffles
  • Eggs Benedict, house bacon and muffin
  • Pancakes, fruit and maple syrup
  • État-Major donut, caramelized apples and fleur de sel caramel

4005 Rue Ontario East


Foxy is offering a delicious and elegant brunch this Sunday, April 9, by reservation only. A tasting menu is offered for $80 per person.

  • Blinis-style croissant (arctic char, homemade crème fraîche, fish roe)
  • Turnips (poultry liver mousse, crisp)
  • Fire-cooked leek (feta, runny egg, fresh herbs, sourdough bread)
  • Beef (celery, rye crumble, first spring flowers)
  • Easter quiche (prawns, leek green, chervil)
  • French toast (light cream, apple, bacon, maple caramel, pecan)
  • Farm Yogurt (Montmorency cherry compote, oat and coconut granola)
  • Carrot cake (walnut, cheese, maple)
  • Mignardises

1638 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

India Rosa

India Rosa is offering its famous Indian brunch for the Easter long weekend. In collaboration with Passé Composé, chefs Arnaud Glay & Inderjit have put together a hearty and decadent menu. We invite you to try one of their signature cocktails for a more festive brunch! You can also visit their new location in Griffintown.  

1241 Avenue du Mont-Royal Est

Cartier Arms

New address on Notre-Dame East, Cartier Arms is offering an Easter brunch buffet on April 9th from 10am to 3pm (by reservation only). You can choose from several stations including an English breakfast station, a roasted ham carvery station, a healthy choice station, a lox bagel station, and more. For those who want to make their brunch festive, you have the option of unlimited mimosas or a build-your-own caesar station. $88 per person with the mimosas or caesars option, $55 per person without alcohol and $30 for children  

611 Rue Notre-Dame Est

Arte & Farina

Italian pastry shop and bakery, Arte et Farina offers once again their Colomba de Pâques. Known for its resemblance to the Panettone, it is made with orange peel, candied lemons, almond crust and sugar.

1550 Rue Sainte-Catherine Est
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