Chinese cuisine encompasses a wide-range of dishes incorporating rice, noodles, vegetables and meat. From traditional Chinese dishes to more Westernized meals, our list of Montreal Chinese restaurants will help you find the best place to get Peking chicken, ginger beef, dim sum, Chinese buffets and Chinese smorgasbords by referring to the descriptions, contact info, reviews, maps and more below.
Ruby Rouge is a Chinese restaurant situated within Chinatown specializing in offering an elegant dining experience. Cantonese and Szechuan dishes are served in their 800-person dining room and they are able to cater to banquets. Dim Sum is also served, which includes exquisite steamed dumplings, fried cakes, deep fried meats, noodles and more delivered to tables via trolleys that travel throughout the restaurant.
Restaurant Beijing is located in downtown Chinatown. Various Chinese dishes are featured on the menu.
The menu at Restaurant Kam Ho features a large variety of Asian fare. Soups, appetizers, noodle dishes, Chinese vegetable and rices dishes, chefs specials and more are offered. Dine-in, take-out, delivery and on-line ordering are all available.
Le Cristal Chinois is located in downtown Chinatown in Montreal. Upscale Chinese fare is featured on the menu.
Restaurant Soy is located directly on St. Laurent Boulevard in Montreal. The menu features a variety of Asian inspired dishes.
Le Petite Szechuan serves Chinese as well as Thai dishes with a large selection of vegetarian dishes comprised of faux meat also available. They are open for lunch and dinner and delivery is offered. They are open daily.
The Zyng menu is dominated by Asian cuisine from a variety of cultures. Japanese, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese dishes are all represented here mainly in the form of noodles.
Chine Toque is located on Ste-Catherine Street East in Montreal. Authentic Chinese fare is featured on the menu.
One of Montreal's most popular Chinese restaurants, Maison Kam Fung specializes in an authentic dim sum experience complete with carts. They are situated in the heart of Chinatown on the third storey of La Place du Quartier. They are also open for dinner with a large menu of Cantonese and Szechwan dishes.
A contemporary setting sets the scene for a menu that is equally as modern and stylish. Boasting Asian-inspired global cuisine, look for dishes such as Thai crab cake with coriander and sweet chilli sauce, grilled skewered shrimps or scallops with black bean sauce, and orange sweet potato, spinach and snow pea stir-fry.
Customers are spoiled for choice at this restaurant with an 11-page menu. Situated in the former famous Ruby Foo's location, there is even a page that pays homage with classic dishes from that era. Sunday features an East/West brunch with Chinese dishes in addition to western breakfast favourites like eggs and bacon.
Authentic Chinese food from North-Eastern China, Sichuan, and Shanghai area. Also, General Tao Chicken, Pad Thai. Bring your own wine and beer. Live sports TV on big screens. Free WIFI. Probably the best Chinese restaurant in Montreal.
Located downtown on Ste-Catherine Street, Restaurant PM features take out, dine in Chinese cuisine. Delivery is also available.
New Dynasty features a wide variety of Chinese food on the menu. Long time favorites such as Sweet and Sour Pork, General Tao chicken and more can be found.
Kam Shing Chinese Restaurant
A popular Chinese restaurant, find this little gem in Côte-des-Neiges. Cantonese and Szechwan dishes are represented here, including Szechwan shrimp, ginger chicken and salt and pepper jumbo shrimp.
Restaurant Kam Luong
Restaurant Kam Luong menu features an array of Chinese food dishes. Wonton soup, egg rolls, ginger beef and other favorites can be found on the menu. A full buffet including a chocolate fountain is offered to dine-in customers.
Patisserie Legendre is a Chinese bakery found in Chinatown. Specializing in everything from moon cakes to barbecue pork buns, they also serve meals. Salt and pepper pork, noodle dishes, soups and more are served at this small on-site restaurant.
Cuisine Szechuan is located on Guy Street in Montreal. Chinese fare is featured on the menu.
Restaurant Oriental Ngan Dinh
Find the best of both worlds at Restaurant Oriental Ngan Dinh! This little restaurant takes the best of Chinese and pairs it with the best of Vietnamese. Find a variety of both on this menu.
Traditional Chinese cuisine, served among water features and under pagodas, is offered at this downtown establishment. Located in the Holiday Inn Select Montraal Centre-Ville, the restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The selection of Chinese dishes at this restaurant includes spring rolls, ginger beef and lemon chicken. The menu is largely westernized and delivery is available.
Offering noodles, soups, shrimp, prawns and duck prepared in a variety of ways, from all over Asia. Access Asia also offers a decent selection of hard-to-find Asian brews such as Hue and Tsingtao.
Mai Xiang Yuan
Mai Xiang Yuan is a Chinese restaurant specializing in dumplings and hand-pulled noodles made fresh to order. A wide-variety is available, fresh or fried.
With a name like Amigo, one may expect Mexican cuisine. But don't be fooled. The menu here is distinctly Asian, sometimes with a Western/Hong Kong twist. A popular favourite is their fried chicken and shrimp with mayonnaise.
Magic Idea is best known for their large variety of bubble teas. A good place to stop for a snack, they also serve a range of appetizers and casual noodle dishes.
Jardin de Jade Poon Kai
Jardin de Jade Poon Kai is a Chinese restaurant and bakery. A full Chinese buffet, bread and pastries are available.
Tiki Ming is located in Place Bonaventure. The menu offers patrons good, fast Chinese food at reasonable prices.
Restaurant Delicieux is located on Cote-Des-Neiges in Montreal. Chinese fare is on the menu here for dine-in, take-out or delivery. Cash only is accepted at this restaurant.
Kanbai is located on Sainte-Catherine West. Authentic spicy schezuan cuisine is featured on this menu.
Located in Chinatown, L2 offers a place to grab a bubble tea in a swanky environment that includes computer terminals kitted out with Playstations and X-boxes. Milkshakes, yogurt based drinks and fresh fruit are also on the menu.
Foo Lam Restaurant Maison
Serving Chinese cuisine, this restaurant is open daily. Visit at lunch time and enjoy dim sum from carts.
Situated in Montreal's Chinatown, the menu at Ming Do is comprised of mainly Cantonese dishes. Along with dim sum, they also serve a variety of meat, seafood and noodle dishes.
Mon Nan Village
Mon Nan is located on the first floor of Restaurant Tong Sing in Chinatown. It is reputed for having some of the best Peking duck on Montreal, served with rice pancakes. They also serve a good variety of Chinese favorites, from salt and pepper squid to Mongolian beef.
Dobe & Andy
Dobe and Andy is a hidden gem popular with locals for its authentic Chinese cuisine despite its lackluster atmosphere. Favourite dishes include Shanghai fried noodles or barbecue pork buns. Dobe and Andy is also known for their value prices.
Take the long flight of stairs and ascend into Keung Kee, a Chinese restaurant in the heart of Chinatown. A large selection of seafood is featured like cuttlefish, clams in black bean sauce, or salt and pepper squid. Meats, tofu and noodles are also on the menu. Customers can relax here as the atmosphere is casual.
A fusion of Asian flavours is found on the menu at Soba, with Japanese and Chinese dishes served. As the name suggests, they have a hearty selection of soba noodle soups available, in addition to sushi and Chinese dishes like General Tso's chicken.
Restaurant Shekz is located on Boulevard Maurice Duplessis in Montreal. The menu has a Asian/Schezwan flare.
Fusion de l'Orient
Contemporary Asian dishes are served at this restaurant amidst the ambiance of Old Montreal. Try Japanese dishes alongside Chinese flavours for unique offers that inspire and satiate. They are open for lunch and dinner.