Montreal Opens First-Ever Curry Bar For Real This Time

Montreal is quite the entrapranoor, nowadays! We’ve witnessed a quite impressive amount of bars, restaurants and stores OFFICIALLY opened by Montreal herself! How inspiring!

Now it’s Hochelaga‘s turn to have a taste of Montreal’s great ideas. Located on Ontario Street, in the heart of the heart-warming district also dubbed as “HOMAMA“, Boustan has officially opened its doors for the whole world to have a taste of the FIRST-EVER Indian-Curry-Themed experience! Yummy!


Yummy yummy rollin’ tummy! Photo source: Boustan

Get your chopsticks ready, my bros (and also girls)! Indian-Curry-Themed restaurants are known to be spicy, or something! We don’t know. It’s not like we checked. Leave us the fuck alone! We took the info off Google Reviews! We usually require people to sign legal papers for sole proprietorship of their kidneys for us to make such a nice article! People by the GADJILLIONS click on our links. Eat shit, poors!

Are you hungry?

Do you eat? Food is SOOO MTL™! And food courts have food, so they’re a good place to go to if your hungry and you need to eat or if you just want to eat. Here are the best food corts in Montreal.



Faubourg Ste. Catherine

This place is close to everything, especially the Library building. So when your’e hungry during a class that you’ve decided to skip to play some pool at Sharx, all you need to do is head upstairs to one of the most sanitest and best food courts in the city. Introduced in 1986 to create a pleasant zoological experience, the birds that fly through the food court area in search of dismissed bits of food and other trash will make your dining experience spectacular! This place could spell M-O-N-T-R-E-A-L with it’s DNA!



Montreal Trust Place

If you have a SERIOUS Thai Express craving, this is the place for you! Also close to everything, the food court at Place Trust Montreal has lots of food, especially the delicious Pad Sew!<insert/spicy~tofu%[>



Orange Julep

Technically, this isn’t a food court per se but it’s just SOOO MTL™! LOL! Get the hot dogs.



Place Dupuys

That’s a classic Quebecois spot. If you like Basha, Subway, Cultures and Basha, you’ll feel right at home among the regulars. People go there to eat and hang and eat and hang. It’s a good spot, although it’s pretty far from everything.



West Edmonton Mall

Technically not in Montreal but it certainly feels just like home and home is where the heart is, and the West Edmonton Mall will definetely steal your heart. It’s the biggest mall of a certain category that we’re not sure of anymore and our Wikipidia is down at the office so we can’t check but it’s big. So, being THAT BIG you can imagine that the food core is pretty big too and we couldn’t make a list of the best food courts in Montreal without including it.



Carrfour Laval

Laval Center is not as big as the West Edmonton mall but it’s big too and the food court is TO DIE FOR! It’s so much to die for that it’s got like 3 of them!!! Seriously, it proabably has the BEST SUBWAY COUNTER IN CANADA! Always ask for everything but onions and hot peppers.



Cavendish Mall

Conveniently located in Cote St. Luke, Cavendish mall’s food court will impress you with it’s vast selection of fast food counters: subway, Thai Express (i think), Mc Donald’s, Staples, Basha and Brown’s.



Place Versailles

Try the Burger King and ask for Lateesha.



Decarie Square Mall

If you’re a cinema afficioninado, you’re familiar with the Dollar Cinema at Decarie Square Mall. But did you know that it also had the best food court in MONTREAL? With it’s prestigious L&C Café franchise and Pizza Hut location, the Decarie Square Mall’s food court has everything that you need. And if you’re still hungry, you can also get some popcorn at the Dollar Cinema or ask the sales clerks at Chaussures Rubino if someone forgot their lunch in the backstore fridge and if you could please buy it.