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The very best spring rolls, Pho, and more!

Embark on a culinary voyage through the heart of Montreal, where Vietnamese flavors come alive in every bite. From the bustling streets of Saint Laurent Boulevard to the serene corners of Nuns’ Island, the city boasts a rich tapestry of Vietnamese eateries, each with its own story. Dive into the world of aromatic Pho, crispy spring rolls, and innovative dishes that pay homage to traditional Vietnamese cuisine while embracing modern twists. In this blog, we’ll take you on a journey through three of Montreal’s most iconic Vietnamese restaurants – “Au 14”, “Le Red Tiger,” and “Le Petit Sao”. So, grab your chopsticks and get ready to discover the Vietnamese delights that Montreal has to offer! is your ultimate guide to curating an unforgettable dining experience. After your fabulous meal, indulge in the city’s vibrant nightlife; if you seek sophisticated cocktails, lively bars, or pulsating nightclubs, they will ensure you discover the perfect spot to continue your evening’s adventure. Are you traveling from out of town? has you covered, handling your hotel accommodations and travel arrangements at the best rates available. will take care of all your needs, and all you have to do is call or text them now at 438-995-6496.

Au 14

Located in the heart of Montreal, steps away from Saint Laurent Boulevard and Mount Royal, “Au 14” is a testament to authentic Vietnamese cuisine, boasting a rich legacy of 40 years. After an unfortunate fire at its initial spot on 306 Sherbrooke Street West, the restaurant found a new home at its current address, where it seamlessly continued to attract both its dedicated regulars and new enthusiasts. The ambiance, carefully curated by the dynamic co-owner Cindy, exudes a nostalgic charm while serving extraordinary dishes with love and pride. The menu is a culinary tapestry, weaving traditional Vietnamese staples with innovative dishes. Highlights include the classic Pho soups and distinctive creations like Mini Bánh Khot. Not trying their imperial rolls or spring rolls is a travesty! “Au 14” offers this gastronomic experience at an affordable price, solidifying its reputation as one of the premier Vietnamese eateries in Montreal.

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Le Red Tiger

Le Red Tiger is an authentic addition to the culinary landscape on Maissonevue Boulevard in Montréal’s’ “Village.” The perfect spot for lunch during a workday or trying to grab a tasty morsel for supper, Le Red Tiger is waiting for you. With a focus on Vietnamese street food sharing plates and exotic cocktails, Le Red Tiger offers dishes emphasizing quality, originality, and design. Drawing inspiration from the architecture of Southeast Asia, specifically the Chinese imperialist days, French colonial, and post-colonial eras, the restaurant showcases three distinct styles representing different chapters in Vietnam’s history. During summer, Le Red Tiger opens its wide garage doors, revealing a striking black and white chequered floor. The establishment’s primary shades of brown and yellow contrast beautifully with this. A neon sign reading “Càng đông càng vui” (the more the merrier) sits above the bar in front of the open kitchen. Bespoke furniture, including nine-foot tables resting on single one-foot stands, adds character to the place. Family photographs provide a genuine touch of authenticity, and a brilliant piece in the entryway by mural artist Aless Mc brings an urban edge and sense of playfulness. Le Red Tiger stands out for its genuine feel, sidestepping the cookie-cutter modern interiors often found in restaurants. It offers an authentic and exciting addition to Montreal’s culinary scene.

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Le Petit Sao 

Located on Nuns’ Island, Le Petit Sao is the pioneering establishment of a now-popular chain, having first opened its doors in 2013. Co-owner Lise Dang has crafted a menu that marries traditional Vietnamese flavors with her modern twists. This eatery quickly became a local favorite, known for its fresh dishes, efficient service, and budget-friendly offerings. Lise’s inspiration stemmed from her family’s culinary legacy, with her parents owning the Sao Sao restaurant in Brossard. Le Petit Sao has expanded its presence to Pointe-Saint-Charles, Atwater Market, and Old Montreal. The menu boasts classics like banh mi, pho soups, and spring rolls, with beverages like Vietnamese coffee being a standout. With its vibrant decor and emphasis on family traditions, Le Petit Sao offers a quick yet authentic Vietnamese dining experience, especially popular for lunchtime visits.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal.