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The best vegan, vegetarian, and healthy addresses in Montreal

Published on September 30, 2021
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Being mindful about what you eat doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy yourself: we’ve put together a short list of delicious veggie-forward and healthy restaurants in Montreal! Among them, you’ll find vegetarian restaurants, vegan restaurants and restaurants with vegan options.

Falafel Saint-Jacques

Vegetarian Restaurant – Open since June of 2015, Falafel St. Jacques restaurant and counter offers delicious Middle Eastern dishes! There is a wide variety of options, from sandwiches, family-style dishes and house salads, to hummus, homemade pitas, and falafels. The menu is vegetarian and its unique flavours and generous portions are more than appreciated. The house offers a variety of shish-taouk vegetable shiitake shawarmas as well as falafels for which it is known. Falafel is known to be the street food of Israel; here it is soft, fresh and delicious.
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La Panthère verte – Mont-Royal

Vegetarian Restaurant – We’d eat here every day if we could. The Green Panther offers a menu of pesticide-free and local foods; the soups, numerous salads and sandwiches (which are exceptional) never disappoint – and they have one of the best falafel sandwiches in Montreal! Their spaces are nice and inviting, which also adds to the customer experience. The business is very conscious of recycling, with discounts if you bring your own containers, and an additional fee if you don’t. The place is open 7 days a week and offers delivery.
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Mouton Vert

Vegetarian Restaurant – Located in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood, Mouton Vert is both a small café and a health food store. The establishment offers vegetarian, vegan and Mediterranean cuisine, inspired by Greek culinary traditions, and everything is healthy and fresh! Tasty and comforting options include burgers, sandwiches, moussakas and stews. A wide variety of dishes are available by weight or a la carte, and can be enjoyed on site or for take-out. The staff is friendly and charming. The address also offers a private room, perfect for gathering with a delicious vegetarian and/or vegan menu. A great place to discover in NDG! Photo Alison Slattery – Instagram
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Lola Rosa – Milton

Vegetarian restaurant – Lola Rosa is an unpretentious restaurant. The address is charming and friendly, offering comforting vegetarian fare with many vegan options; salads, quesadillas, burgers, burritos, curries, chili, and of course their famous nachos. Their menu offers many choices for simple, hearty, and satisfying vegetarian dishes, all of which is available for delivery. They also have specials for corporate lunches.
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Le Cagibi

Vegetarian restaurant – The Cagibi is a friendly neighbourhood café that moved to a new space in 2018 in Little Italy after being forced out of its corner location in the Mile-End. In a welcoming and charming decor, you can enjoy good vegetarian and vegan fare, including burritos, wraps, tasty sandwiches, burgers, salads, quesadillas, chilis, tacos, nachos and other healthy dishes. The atmosphere is always inviting and the food comforting. The place also serves healthy breakfasts from Tuesday to Sunday.
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Café Tuyo

Vegetarian restaurant – Located in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal, on Marie-Anne Street, the friendly Café Tuyo is an address that we recommend. The place serves vegetarian, vegan, organic and healthy dishes in an inviting atmosphere. Very popular, the place is conducive to creation and sharing. The restaurant hosts many musicians, artists, conferences, exhibitions and shows, and is overall a sweet and pleasant place to be.
Get more information

Foodchain

Vegetarian Restaurant – Foodchain opened on McGill College at the corner of Sainte-Catherine, and is brilliantly reinventing fast food – the healthy way! Veggies are the jewels of this establishment, with the ingredients of each dish cut to order, offering surprising and satisfying freshness.  Foodchain offers a wide variety of fresh, hearty and affordable veggie dishes.
Get more information

Pushap

Vegetarian restaurant – Pushap is a small restaurant a little ways from the main drags. With simple decor and sometimes very slow service, this spot maintains its popularity by offering vegetarian thalis of all kinds at very affordable prices. Pick up some sweets on your way out, the owner is known to give his customers unbeatable deals. We really like this address, which is among the best Indian restaurants in Montreal.
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Café Résonance

Vegetarian restaurant – Café Résonance is a charming café on Avenue du Parc. The place offers hot drinks, as well as a small yet delicious vegetarian menu, offering rice bowls, sandwiches, soups, salads, baked treats, and more. The dishes are tasty and well prepared and the quality-price ratio makes the experience all the more enjoyable. Our favourite dishes include the chili, the chana bowl and the quinoa bowl. Live music every day from 9pm. Open 7 days a week. Delivery available as well.
Get more information

Santa Barbara

Vegetarian Restaurant – Santa Barbara is one of our favourite vegetarian spots. With its charming and inviting atmosphere, the restaurant offers an original menu with delicious dishes. Croquettes, nachos, salads, pierogis, ratatouille, and strozzapreti are but a few of the superb plates! The menu changes seasonally and always has a few options for non-vegetarians. Original cocktails in the evening and exceptional brunches on Saturday and Sunday. The restaurant is closed on Mondays. Note that they offer delivery in the neighbourhood. Photo Alison Slattery – Instagram
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Vin Papillon

Vegetarian options – Neighbouring Joe Beef and Liverpool House, Vin Papillon is a restaurant not to be missed that knows how to showcase vegetables. This is an unpretentious restaurant where you can enjoy exceptional seasonal and market vegetables, prepared in sophisticated and original ways, and are meant to be shared. You get what you pay for, and you will always leave satisfied and happy. The restaurant also offers a remarkable natural wine list. This is THE place to eat the sexiest vegetables in town!
Get more information

Koa Lua

Vegetarian options – Koa Lua on Union Street is a charming little counter with 20 seats where you can enjoy a poke on site or take one to go. The establishment offers 7 pokes including tuna, salmon, shrimp or tofu, from previously customized recipes. The Black Magic, a poke with salmon, hot sauce, nori, crunch mix and furikake, is a favourite at $11. They also serve a few juices – our favourite is the Red Hawaï – and a bubble tea is coming soon. We come here for a change of scenery, to feel on vacation and to eat healthy!
Get more information

Mandy’s – Laurier

Vegetarian options – Mandy’s is a restaurant and counter offering delicious salads, soups and juices to go. On the menu, there are about 15 different salad options (but customers may also create their own) as well as homemade dressings. The salads are quite hearty and very tasty. Mandy’s counters are charming and comforting places where you are guaranteed a satisfying and delicious salad!
Get more information

Omnivore – St-Laurent

Vegetarian options – Located on St-Laurent Boulevard, Omnivore offers a Montreal-inspired Lebanese menu for vegetarians and carnivores alike. With a counter to order your meal and a few tables, the small establishment offers tasty dishes with quality ingredients highlighting their delicious spices, sauces and satisfying textures. Omnivore also offers a catering and grocery service, located a little further on Marie-Anne Street.
Get more information

Bouffe Dave Plant

Vegetarian options – In the Village, Dave Plant serves sandwiches, organic and local salads and all kinds of pastries. The menu is not entirely vegetarian, but the establishment does offer a wide variety of vegan and vegetarian options. We’re in love with the homemade pastries which, while not being the healthiest items on the menu, allow us to treat ourselves while still feeling good. Photo Alison Slattery – Instagram
Get more information

Kazamaza

Vegetarian Options – Right in the centre of lively Parc Avenue, Kazamaza is a restaurant offering a superb variety of Middle Eastern flavours. On their menu they offer a series of Lebanese-inspired dishes made with only plant-based ingredients. There is a green bean dish, a superb okra sauté, a delicious lentil dish and an original plate of sautéed dandelion leaves. A true feast for the palate.
Get more information

Le Super Qualité

Vegetarian options – Le Super Qualité Indian Snack Bar is one of the best Indian restaurants in Montreal. It offers mainly South Indian street food, cocktails and regional specialties. The place is stylish and original, with a nice terrace in front. We come here for well-priced tasty food and for the friendly service. A small neighbourhood restaurant with a young and buzzing atmosphere to discover.
Get more information
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LOV – Vieux-Montréal

Vegan restaurant – LOV offers delicious and local vegan cuisine! We come here for all occasions: coffee, brunch, lunch, or a healthy dinner. The restaurant in Old Montreal welcomes you with an elegant, airy and Zen-like decor. At LOV, organic, local and fresh products are honoured. On the menu, we find almost entirely vegan dishes where the cuisine is plant-based. We appreciate this address for its very tasty vegan cuisine, its friendly service, and its honest portions and prices.
Get more information
Antidote Comptoir Vegane

Antidote Bouffe Végane

Vegan restaurant – Antidote is a vegan spot that encourages healthy, eco-responsible, organic, and of course, vegan food. Since 2014, the company has been offering ready-to-eat meals as well as bike delivery at lunch time. We recommend the B.LT. (made with homemade seitan and veganaise) and the Reggie Jefferson (chorizo hotdog, topping of the moment with house-made aioli and pickled jalapeños). With retro music, decor made from recycled materials, a coffee corner and a counter, Antidote is a great place to eat delicious and healthy vegan fare.
Get more information

Café Dei Campi

Vegan Café – Barista Nicola Vardarro and pastry chef Isabelle Deschamps (formerly of H4C) own this unique café. Right across from Père-Marquette Park, the café offers excellent Italian coffees and vegan pastries where one couldn’t guess there weren’t eggs, butter or milk! On the counter, they also offer delicious pizzettes and vegetarian sandwiches. Everything is homemade and the place is a perfect gathering spot for this growing neighbourhood.
Get more information

Sushi Momo

Vegan Restaurant – Sushi Momo is one of the best sushi restaurants in Montreal. Open since 2014, the restaurant specializes in absolutely delicious and inventive vegan sushi (!) and offers several Japanese specialties by chef Christian Manuel Ventura Alatorre. It is one of the first restaurants in the city to offer vegan sushi and one with the most varied menu.
Get more information
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Falafel Saint-Jacques

Vegetarian Restaurant – Open since June of 2015, Falafel St. Jacques restaurant and counter offers delicious Middle Eastern dishes! There is a wide variety of options, from sandwiches, family-style dishes and house salads, to hummus, homemade pitas, and falafels. The menu is vegetarian and its unique flavours and generous portions are more than appreciated. The house offers a variety of shish-taouk vegetable shiitake shawarmas as well as falafels for which it is known. Falafel is known to be the street food of Israel; here it is soft, fresh and delicious.
Get more information
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La Panthère verte – Mont-Royal

Vegetarian Restaurant – We’d eat here every day if we could. The Green Panther offers a menu of pesticide-free and local foods; the soups, numerous salads and sandwiches (which are exceptional) never disappoint – and they have one of the best falafel sandwiches in Montreal! Their spaces are nice and inviting, which also adds to the customer experience. The business is very conscious of recycling, with discounts if you bring your own containers, and an additional fee if you don’t. The place is open 7 days a week and offers delivery.
Get more information

Mouton Vert

Vegetarian Restaurant – Located in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood, Mouton Vert is both a small café and a health food store. The establishment offers vegetarian, vegan and Mediterranean cuisine, inspired by Greek culinary traditions, and everything is healthy and fresh! Tasty and comforting options include burgers, sandwiches, moussakas and stews. A wide variety of dishes are available by weight or a la carte, and can be enjoyed on site or for take-out. The staff is friendly and charming. The address also offers a private room, perfect for gathering with a delicious vegetarian and/or vegan menu. A great place to discover in NDG! Photo Alison Slattery – Instagram
Get more information
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Lola Rosa – Milton

Vegetarian restaurant – Lola Rosa is an unpretentious restaurant. The address is charming and friendly, offering comforting vegetarian fare with many vegan options; salads, quesadillas, burgers, burritos, curries, chili, and of course their famous nachos. Their menu offers many choices for simple, hearty, and satisfying vegetarian dishes, all of which is available for delivery. They also have specials for corporate lunches.
Get more information

Le Cagibi

Vegetarian restaurant – The Cagibi is a friendly neighbourhood café that moved to a new space in 2018 in Little Italy after being forced out of its corner location in the Mile-End. In a welcoming and charming decor, you can enjoy good vegetarian and vegan fare, including burritos, wraps, tasty sandwiches, burgers, salads, quesadillas, chilis, tacos, nachos and other healthy dishes. The atmosphere is always inviting and the food comforting. The place also serves healthy breakfasts from Tuesday to Sunday.
Get more information
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Café Tuyo

Vegetarian restaurant – Located in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal, on Marie-Anne Street, the friendly Café Tuyo is an address that we recommend. The place serves vegetarian, vegan, organic and healthy dishes in an inviting atmosphere. Very popular, the place is conducive to creation and sharing. The restaurant hosts many musicians, artists, conferences, exhibitions and shows, and is overall a sweet and pleasant place to be.
Get more information

Foodchain

Vegetarian Restaurant – Foodchain opened on McGill College at the corner of Sainte-Catherine, and is brilliantly reinventing fast food – the healthy way! Veggies are the jewels of this establishment, with the ingredients of each dish cut to order, offering surprising and satisfying freshness.  Foodchain offers a wide variety of fresh, hearty and affordable veggie dishes.
Get more information

Pushap

Vegetarian restaurant – Pushap is a small restaurant a little ways from the main drags. With simple decor and sometimes very slow service, this spot maintains its popularity by offering vegetarian thalis of all kinds at very affordable prices. Pick up some sweets on your way out, the owner is known to give his customers unbeatable deals. We really like this address, which is among the best Indian restaurants in Montreal.
Get more information
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Café Résonance

Vegetarian restaurant – Café Résonance is a charming café on Avenue du Parc. The place offers hot drinks, as well as a small yet delicious vegetarian menu, offering rice bowls, sandwiches, soups, salads, baked treats, and more. The dishes are tasty and well prepared and the quality-price ratio makes the experience all the more enjoyable. Our favourite dishes include the chili, the chana bowl and the quinoa bowl. Live music every day from 9pm. Open 7 days a week. Delivery available as well.
Get more information

Santa Barbara

Vegetarian Restaurant – Santa Barbara is one of our favourite vegetarian spots. With its charming and inviting atmosphere, the restaurant offers an original menu with delicious dishes. Croquettes, nachos, salads, pierogis, ratatouille, and strozzapreti are but a few of the superb plates! The menu changes seasonally and always has a few options for non-vegetarians. Original cocktails in the evening and exceptional brunches on Saturday and Sunday. The restaurant is closed on Mondays. Note that they offer delivery in the neighbourhood. Photo Alison Slattery – Instagram
Get more information

Vin Papillon

Vegetarian options – Neighbouring Joe Beef and Liverpool House, Vin Papillon is a restaurant not to be missed that knows how to showcase vegetables. This is an unpretentious restaurant where you can enjoy exceptional seasonal and market vegetables, prepared in sophisticated and original ways, and are meant to be shared. You get what you pay for, and you will always leave satisfied and happy. The restaurant also offers a remarkable natural wine list. This is THE place to eat the sexiest vegetables in town!
Get more information

Koa Lua

Vegetarian options – Koa Lua on Union Street is a charming little counter with 20 seats where you can enjoy a poke on site or take one to go. The establishment offers 7 pokes including tuna, salmon, shrimp or tofu, from previously customized recipes. The Black Magic, a poke with salmon, hot sauce, nori, crunch mix and furikake, is a favourite at $11. They also serve a few juices – our favourite is the Red Hawaï – and a bubble tea is coming soon. We come here for a change of scenery, to feel on vacation and to eat healthy!
Get more information

Mandy’s – Laurier

Vegetarian options – Mandy’s is a restaurant and counter offering delicious salads, soups and juices to go. On the menu, there are about 15 different salad options (but customers may also create their own) as well as homemade dressings. The salads are quite hearty and very tasty. Mandy’s counters are charming and comforting places where you are guaranteed a satisfying and delicious salad!
Get more information

Omnivore – St-Laurent

Vegetarian options – Located on St-Laurent Boulevard, Omnivore offers a Montreal-inspired Lebanese menu for vegetarians and carnivores alike. With a counter to order your meal and a few tables, the small establishment offers tasty dishes with quality ingredients highlighting their delicious spices, sauces and satisfying textures. Omnivore also offers a catering and grocery service, located a little further on Marie-Anne Street.
Get more information

Bouffe Dave Plant

Vegetarian options – In the Village, Dave Plant serves sandwiches, organic and local salads and all kinds of pastries. The menu is not entirely vegetarian, but the establishment does offer a wide variety of vegan and vegetarian options. We’re in love with the homemade pastries which, while not being the healthiest items on the menu, allow us to treat ourselves while still feeling good. Photo Alison Slattery – Instagram
Get more information

Kazamaza

Vegetarian Options – Right in the centre of lively Parc Avenue, Kazamaza is a restaurant offering a superb variety of Middle Eastern flavours. On their menu they offer a series of Lebanese-inspired dishes made with only plant-based ingredients. There is a green bean dish, a superb okra sauté, a delicious lentil dish and an original plate of sautéed dandelion leaves. A true feast for the palate.
Get more information

Le Super Qualité

Vegetarian options – Le Super Qualité Indian Snack Bar is one of the best Indian restaurants in Montreal. It offers mainly South Indian street food, cocktails and regional specialties. The place is stylish and original, with a nice terrace in front. We come here for well-priced tasty food and for the friendly service. A small neighbourhood restaurant with a young and buzzing atmosphere to discover.
Get more information
LOV quartier des affaires ou manger en moins d'une heure

LOV – Vieux-Montréal

Vegan restaurant – LOV offers delicious and local vegan cuisine! We come here for all occasions: coffee, brunch, lunch, or a healthy dinner. The restaurant in Old Montreal welcomes you with an elegant, airy and Zen-like decor. At LOV, organic, local and fresh products are honoured. On the menu, we find almost entirely vegan dishes where the cuisine is plant-based. We appreciate this address for its very tasty vegan cuisine, its friendly service, and its honest portions and prices.
Get more information
Antidote Comptoir Vegane

Antidote Bouffe Végane

Vegan restaurant – Antidote is a vegan spot that encourages healthy, eco-responsible, organic, and of course, vegan food. Since 2014, the company has been offering ready-to-eat meals as well as bike delivery at lunch time. We recommend the B.LT. (made with homemade seitan and veganaise) and the Reggie Jefferson (chorizo hotdog, topping of the moment with house-made aioli and pickled jalapeños). With retro music, decor made from recycled materials, a coffee corner and a counter, Antidote is a great place to eat delicious and healthy vegan fare.
Get more information

Café Dei Campi

Vegan Café – Barista Nicola Vardarro and pastry chef Isabelle Deschamps (formerly of H4C) own this unique café. Right across from Père-Marquette Park, the café offers excellent Italian coffees and vegan pastries where one couldn’t guess there weren’t eggs, butter or milk! On the counter, they also offer delicious pizzettes and vegetarian sandwiches. Everything is homemade and the place is a perfect gathering spot for this growing neighbourhood.
Get more information

Sushi Momo

Vegan Restaurant – Sushi Momo is one of the best sushi restaurants in Montreal. Open since 2014, the restaurant specializes in absolutely delicious and inventive vegan sushi (!) and offers several Japanese specialties by chef Christian Manuel Ventura Alatorre. It is one of the first restaurants in the city to offer vegan sushi and one with the most varied menu.
Get more information
See on the map
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