MTLàTABLE: finally as before | At table

MTLàTABLE, the not-to-be-missed annual event for foodies in the metropolis, will celebrate its 10e candle with a return to its traditional formula after more than two years of pandemic.

To help people discover Montreal’s vibrant culinary scene and its diversity, it is under the themes of gastronomy, tourism and Quebec terroir that a hundred restaurants in the city will lend themselves to the game of MTLàTABLE from November 3 to 13.

“The MTLàTABLE 2021 edition was an unprecedented one [prolongée et déployée sur trois périodes] given the global situation. We are excited to present the event again in its classic format, much appreciated by all. Montreal is a popular destination for its diverse, creative, quality culinary offer, and for the work of the chefs who concoct it,” says Manuela Goya, vice-president of destination development and public affairs at Tourisme Montréal.

Efficient concept

The concept and prices do not change with this return to face-to-face in the midst of a wave of inflation. Evening tables d’hôte, of three or four courses, are offered at the fixed price of $35, $45, $55 or $75.

Whether it’s new addresses or renowned establishments, all kinds of restaurants established in different neighborhoods promise to seduce your palate with dishes at friendly prices.

The list of participating restaurants will be revealed on October 12, when it will also be possible to book your dining experiences on

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