Many vegan restaurants in Montreal have been re-located, and I am sad to say that a few places I had mentioned in my previous entries are no longer existing. I thought it would be a good idea to update their new addresses, so that I won’t be blamed for giving you false information. 😛
Here we go…
Invitation V – 201 St. Jacques St
Invitation V is now located near Old Port, and has even brought some new dishes on the menu. My boyfriend and I went here for brunch and I loved the new changes! This place is a must try!
Pancakes are always a safe choice for a weekend brunch.
My boyfriend got the omelette, and he loved it! They do an amazing job of recreating the taste and texture of egg.
La Panthere Verte – 2153 Mackay St.
In my previous blog, I wrote down the Snowdon location of the “Green Panther”, but this time, I decided to suggest a downtown one.
This place is indeed special for its “raw vegan” dishes. And surprisingly, their plates were to my taste (I have mentioned that I am not always a huge fan of raw food). I took my friend here, who is not even close to a vegtarian, and her mind was blown when she took a bite of that cashew cheese.
The lasagna and the sandwich were superb!!
Cafe Chat l’Heureux – 172 Avenue Duluth E
Again, I remember posting about two cat cafes in Montreal, but unfortunately, they are both closed down for good. Cafe Chat l’Heureux is the only surviving one – so far.
This cat cafe is not completely vegan, but they do offer many vegan options, such as the lemon coconut cake that I ordered.
One of the best chai lattes I had!
I would love to adopt that black cat…
Copper Branch – 1415 – 1445 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa
Just like “La Panthere Verte”, Copper Branch is a chain restaurant, and probably a representative of veganism in Montreal. It is growing so fast that there is a new one opening near my place (and I’m super excited about that!)!
The vegan bowl is their specialty, and I swear I’ve had it at least 10 times because it’s just THAT good. Everything is 100% vegan and they even have discount for students, so make sure you carry your student card!
Some goodies to take home!
I adore their bowls. Especially with Shiitake mushrooms. Must. Try.
Always a dessert to satisfy my meal…. but I prefer the raspberry one.
L’Gros Luxe (vegan location) – 451 Avenue Duluth E
L’Gros Luxe has about five locations throughout Montreal; some are vegetarian and some are vegan. No questions needed, I prefer the vegan place.
I felt like their menu was limited on the weekends, but nonetheless, I enjoyed my waffle chicken very very much, with a nice mimosa to complement it.
Waffle chicken with fresh fruits and maple syrup. Had been craving this for a while.
That’s it for now, and I feel so much better after having updated my blog entries 🙂 If you ever decide to visit Montreal and try one of these restaurants, please comment on one of my posts and let me know what you think!