Fast food restaurants open for take-out

Mim & Jones

This pandemic has been a bit chaotic for the restaurant industry, and it’s hard to know which restaurants have survived. How do you know which of your favourite restaurants are currently open for takeout? We’ve got your back. At Tastet, we’re continually updating our lists to bring you the best addresses that are open for take-out, so you can continue supporting your favourite restaurants.

Since all dining rooms are closed at this time, most restaurants have no choice but to offer take-out. Restaurateurs are working hard to offer you menus adapted to bring home. While waiting for your favourite addresses to reopen, here is the list of the best restaurants open for take-out, and our suggestions of restaurants open for take-out at lunch!

Do you have any suggestions for fast-food restaurants open for take-out?  Write to us!

Icehouse

If you’re craving fried chicken, burritos, or popcorn shrimp, we recommend this tex-mex address.

51 Rue Roy Est
Montréal

Roch le Coq

Our favourite fried chicken! We recommend the fried chicken sandwich — simply delicious.

1541 Avenue Van Horne
Montréal

Kwizinn Express

From plantain burgers, to grilled chicken, to their mac and cheese, this address offers exceptional Caribbean dishes.

6670 Rue Saint-Hubert
Montréal

Nouveau Palais

One of the best burgers in town and lots of comfort food. Try it!

281 Rue Bernard Ouest
Montréal

Campo

Some of the best Portuguese chicken in town (grain-fed, too) — try it in any form for take-out.

1108 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest
Montréal

Palme

Restaurant with Caribbean flavours, the whole menu is available for take-out.

1487 Rue Sainte-Catherine Est
Montréal

Cantine Emilia

A Portuguese canteen that has a few locations across town. Delicious!

7901 Rue Saint-Dominique
Montréal



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