Montreal has cuisine from around the world in self-contained ethnic communities. Montreal is known for French food. L’Express, a Parisian Bistro, is the perfect place for a no-fuss dinner with a relaxed atmosphere. Little Italy is a lively area where you can dine in style in restaurants or sip on a cappuccino at an outdoor cafe. There are also patisseries, English pubs, old Jewish deli's and food market similar to those of Paris.
Stroll through Chinatown and stop off at a Chinese buffet. Mai Xiang Yuan, on Saint Urbain Street, may be small but serves over 30 kinds of dumplings so everyone leaves satisfied. The prices are reasonable and the portions are generous. It is a must see in Montreal.
Get out of the cold nights air and warm up in a Montreal nightclub. For exciting nightlife, Rue Crescents clubs, bars and restaurants are the places to go.
Le Cinq, located in the Downtown area of Montreal, has a bar, lounge, club and an outdoor terrace. It is perfect for just about any occasion. This is one of the popular clubs in Montreal and it's no surprise why! Have a quiet drink with friends, grab a bite to eat and then dance the night away, all in one place!