By Budget: $


  • Satay Brothers Asian street food and fusion in a colorful setting.
  • L'Gros Luxe Dine in style (and on a budget) in the Plateau.
  • Kazu Ramen noodles and Japanese comfort food.


  • Foodlab Creative, ever-changing small plates atop a media and arts center.
  • Le Serpent Nicely turned out plates in a minimalist setting.
  • Café Parvis Industrial style and delicious salads and pizzas.


  • Toqué! Innovative cuisine and a fantastic tasting menu.
  • Le Filet Delectable seafood plates by a celebrated chef.
  • Impasto Beloved outpost for fantastic Italian cooking.

By Cuisine: Breakfast

  • Arts Cafe Market-fresh ingredients and delicious recipes in an artful setting.
  • L'Avenue A buzzing spot for Eggs Benedict and thick smoothies.
  • La Croissanterie Figaro The best place to linger over coffee and warm croissants.

By Cuisine: Bagels

By Cuisine: Coffee

By Cuisine: Old-Fashioned Eats

By Cuisine: Bakeries

By Cuisine: Teahouses

By Cuisine: Vegetarian

By Cuisine: Small Plates

  • Le Vin Papillon Inventive tapas plates and great wines.
  • Orange Rouge Creative Asian cooking tucked down a quiet Chinatown lane.
  • Tapas, 24 The city's best tapas, from Catalan star Carles Abellán.
  • Brilliant Vietnamese dishes take center stage.

Best Places to Eat

By Cuisine: Atmospheric Restaurants

  • Barroco Stone walls, flickering candles, great cocktails and market-fresh fare.
  • Bremner Beautiful plates served in a buzzing subterranean dining den.

By Cuisine: Fine Dining