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Located at 545 Milton Avenue in the Montreal’s Milton-Parc neighborhood, Lola Rosa’s proximity to McGill University attracts both students and locals to its vegetarian, Mexican fusion cuisine. The restaurant also offers vegan and gluten-free options. Inside is seating for 40 diners; at each table, a set of pull-drawers contains notes and drawings from previous patrons, which often include funny messages, love notes, and other mementos. Menu items range from simple salads to the famous nacho plate. Portions are small, but filling. Try the Lola’s Nachos or polenta dish, and for dessert, anything will do! Meals range from CAD8 to CAD12. Lola Rosa has a full liquor license and accepts cash, debit, and credit cards. It is easily accessible from McGill Metro Station, and the 80 and 24 buses.
Chu Chai Thai Vegetarian Cuisine is a must-visit spot for the lovers of Thai food and also for those who prefer vegetarian dishes. The menu at Chu Chai Thai Vegetarian Cuisine is quite extensive including an array of dishes. Begin your meal with some Tom Kha Soup, then go for the tofu which comes infused with peanut butter sauce. The red curry, a quintessential Thai staple, simply cannot be left out, this one goes perfect with a bowl of rice. The portions are plentiful hence make sure to come here with an appetite. Delivery service is also offered, thus letting you enjoy Thai goodness in the comforts of your couch.
Vegans and health-food enthusiasts will appreciate Aux Vivres. And if you’re the kind of person who thinks vegan food is bland, this restaurant will show you a thing or two, with fruit smoothies like the choco-classique and sandwich wraps like veggielox packed with capers; they've also got a veggie version of smoked salmon wrapped in a homemade chapati. They even serve got a macrobiotic bowl with brown rice, kraut and sea veggies. Lots of variety, organic ingredients and an eye for quality—and the patio in the back of Aux Vivres is pretty sweet during the scorching summer heat-waves.
The stained-glassed sign of La Lumière du Mile End’s front window is the first indication that this place is special. Inside, it’s cute and quaint, with a selection of hip little books to read and bohemian decor to gaze upon. Take a pick from their organic tea, hot apple cider or fair trade coffee for a sip. This charming vegetarian and vegan eatery is famous for its burgers like Provencal and Indien along with their delicious salsas. But their crispy salads, soups, quesadilla and sandwiches are equally appealing. Refreshing and light on the wallet, this eatery will certainly warm your heart. Please bring cash long as credit cards are not accepted.