Montréal à Table (MTLàTABLE) is back! 

Tourisme Montréal has just released the list of the 150 restaurants participating in the seventh edition of MTLàTABLE. From November 1 to 11, the participating restaurants will offer fixed-price dinner menus for $23, $33 or $43, while select restaurants will serve brunch for just $17.

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Presented by Aeroplan, the culinary initiative offers the public a singular opportunity to discover the city’s best restaurants and top chefs. Quebec ingredients will be featured once again this year, as local chefs find creative ways to pay tribute to the local growers and ingredients that set Montréal cuisine apart.

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“MTLàTABLE is one of Montréal’s biggest fall happenings. We’re delighted to turn the spotlight onto local cuisine and showcase Quebec products on menus across the city. It’s a great opportunity to discover outstanding restaurants and taste new things,” said Yves Lalumière, President and CEO of Tourisme Montréal.

Get a taste of art from Quebec and across Canada

Select Montréal chefs were asked to create a dish inspired by an artwork featured in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts‘ Quebec and Canadian Art Collection, and then to include the resulting creations in their MTLàTable menu. These unique creations promise to be a treat for the eyes and the taste buds!

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Cacao Barry chocolate challenge

Foodies will get the chance to satisfy their chocolate cravings at certain MTLàTABLE participating restaurants. Tourisme Montréal challenged select chefs to reinvent their recipes using this much-loved ingredient. Only good things can come of this!

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So here is what you need to know about MTLàTABLE :

Date: Thursday, November 1, 2018 – Sunday, November 11, 2018
Location: 150 participating restaurants across Montreal
Facebook: MTLaTABLE.RestoWeek
Twitter: @MTLaTABLE
Instagram: @mtlatable
Website: mtlatable.com

Also, for more great eats and a chill atmosphere, check out the new Bali-inspired café-bar Gyspy.

Featured image credit: Unknown
Food photo credit: MTLàTABLE
MBAM photo credit: Terry Rishel