LE CENTRAL | New Gourmet Food Hall Opens in Downtown Montreal
You’re in the heart of downtown Montreal? Looking for a place where you can eat and relax in the middle of hustle and bustle of the big city? Well, LE CENTRAL — a new gourmet food hall at the corner of Sainte-Catherine St. and Saint-Laurent Blvd. — offers 25 signature restaurants under the same roof.
At LE CENTRAL, icons from Montreal’s gastronomic scene rub shoulders with up and coming restaurateurs.
Inspired by the new wave of food halls internationally, LE CENTRAL − Manger – Montréal − is a showcase for Montréal’s rich, diversified and affordable offer for gourmands of all tastes: Portuguese canteen, authentic Neapolitan and Roman pizzas, gourmet hamburgers, healthy bowls, vegetarian and vegan dishes, laotian and hawaiian snack-bars, fried chicken, southern and western Indian cuisine, and miso ramen in the purest Japanese tradition.
Wait! There is more: the famous Breton Galette Saucisse, revisited Moroccan cuisine, Gaspesian gastronomy, the best seafood, fine cheeses and artisanal deli meats, a selection of wines and cocktails, local microbrewery beers, elegant coffee shop, pastries, fresh doughnuts and churros, crêpes dentelles, and homemade ice cream with stunning flavors.
Open to all, 7 days a week, from morning to evening, go for lunch with colleagues, for a 5 à 7 with friends, before or after a show with your loved one or the weekend with the family.
Here is what you need to know about LE CENTRAL:
Location: 30 Sainte-Catherine W, Montreal, QC H2X 0C8
Opening Hours: Monday to Wednesday 8AM to 8PM | Thursday to Saturday 8AM to 11PM | Sunday 8AM to 6PM
Website: lecentral.ca | Facebook: @lecentralmtl | Instagram: @lecentralmtl | Twitter: @lecentralmtl
Photos credit: André Rainville
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