A melting pot of cultures from around the world, Montreal takes its locals and visitors to a tour of the world through its excellent food scene. The Canadian city is home to many incredible Asian restaurants that stay true to their cultures and tastes. In this blog post, Montreal foodie Enrico Frank Andreoli shares five of the best Asian restaurants in Montreal.
Chu Chai is a Thai-vegetarian fusion restaurant headed by Chef Lily Sirikittikul. Since 1997, Chef Lily has been serving excellently cooked vegetables mixed with faux chicken, shrimp, beef, and curried duck, making it a top choice for vegetarians craving for some Thai goodness. Kyomi offers five-dollar starters, a tartar menu with stunning variety, and honors the beloved Montreal dining option of bringing your own wine. Patrons love Kyomi’s calamari, lobster rolls, and sunrise salad.
Bombay Choupati serves South Indian dishes that are sure to make one’s mouth and belly want for more. Their samosas, dosas, pakoras, and Bombay bhel are crowd favorites. The road to Bombay Choupati can be tricky, but it’s always worth the trip. For foodies who love high-end sushi restaurants, Jun I must be on the top of their list. It serves the traditional variety of sushi while offering original creations.
Chao Phraya is the recipient of the 2014 Diner’s Choice Award, shares Enrico Frank Andreoli. Aptly named after Thailand’s major river, Chao Phraya in Montreal has been serving amazing Thai food since 1988. Their wait staff are patient in guiding diners through their extensive menu, making sure diners get what exactly what they’re looking for.