Regardless of whether it's on Montreal's little, however strong Little India strip in Parc-Ex or somewhere else, this city has various flavours across the Indian subcontinent. Punjabi food of the North is exceptionally mainstream here, yet there are few southern and western locales. Others mess around, offering a mélange of territorial alternatives. Here is the rundown :
10. Le Super Qualité
One of the most youthful on this rundown, yet having gotten generous applause, Le Super Qualité works in south Indian cooking with dishes from the Maharashtrian locale. It offers week by week thali specials, and to-go alternatives served in tiffin confines expansion to Pakistani burgers and mixed drinks. Takeout is accessible, and conveyance is dealt with by UberEats.
Location: 1211 Rue Belanger, Montréal QC H2S 1H7, Canada
Tel: (514) 398-0184
9. India Beau Village
This restaurant serves Punjabi-inclining menu service with a wide cluster of dishes, both veggie lover and non-vegan, filled in as hot as possible. Suggested dishes incorporate paneer and anything from the baking stove. Accessible for takeout or convey through UberEats.
Location: 640 Rue Jarry O, Montréal QC H3N 1G2, Canada
Tel: (514) 272-5847
8. Malhi Sweets
Gurnam Singh Mahli's eponymous café serves a wide range of dishes from across India with a specific specialization in Punjabi food. It's been a longstanding top choice of Montrealers for its naan and pakoras sold by the pound.
Location: 880 Rue Jarry O, Montréal QC H3N 1G9, Canada
Tel: (514) 273-0407
7. Dosa Pointe
Dosa Pointe presents a plentiful spread of its namesake dish, flavours from green tamarind and stew garlic to tart paneer and mushroom. Have it with or without the potato filling. Takeout as it were.
Location: 895 Rue Jean-Talon O, Montréal QC H3N 1S7, Canada
Tel: (514) 303-7755
6. Chand Palace
Drawing overwhelmingly on the North Indian practice, this Park-Ex joint is to a great extent looked to for its pleasant thali administrations for lunch. However, its sheep dishes and cream-based curries are what merit rehashed visits. In-house conveyance with a 5 km range; else, they're on UberEats.
Location: 989 Rue Jean-Talon, Montreal QC H3N 1S9, Canada
Tel: (514) 271-6000
5. Maison Indian Curry
Maison Indian Curry does a full menu that traverses both northern and southern Indian cooking styles.
That implies loads of dosa, biryani, and fresh wastes, notwithstanding curries. Attempt the samosas or Dahi vada — lentil cakes absorbed yoghurt — for a great beginning to a feast.
Location: 996 Rue Jean-Talon, Montreal QC H3N 1S8, Canada
Tel: (514) 273-0004
4. Bombay Mahal
Which began with a bit of spot in Park-Ex has immediately gotten one of the more broad chains for Indian food in Montreal with three areas and then some. The equation works: Both southern and northern locales are seen in their menu, and curries are a top choice.
Location: 1001 Rue Jean-Talon, Montreal QC H3N 1T2, Canada
Tel: (514) 273-3331
Atma has a container mainland approach that incorporates soups, hot plates of mixed greens, and exemplary North and South dishes. Attempt the baked simmered eggplant dish of baingan bharta or the sautéed okra in a container of bhindi masala.
Location: 3962 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal QC H2W 1Y3, Canada
Tel: (514) 798-8484
Darbar's Punjabi cooking has been served to local people and sightseers for quite a long time in its upscale inside close to the Latin Quarter. It has got everything from gentle kormas and fiery madras to crunchy pakoras and baked, cooked meats.
Location: 2027 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal QC H2X 2T3, Canada
Tel: (514) 982-3724
1. Bombay Choupati
This family-run frequent in the West Island's Pierrefonds area merits the trip. Attempt their hot masala dosa, a firm rice hotcake loaded down with potatoes and presented with sambhar and coconut chutney, or go for the "fire" rendition, on the off chance that you can withstand the warmth.
Location: 5011 Boulevard des Sources, Pierrefonds, QC H8Y 3E3, Canada
Tel: (514) 421-3130