This year's Spring Edition (SE) is set to surpass all expectations, showcasing the best in culinary talents within the Black community across Canada.
Sponsored by The Black Opportunity Fund and powered by The Federation of African Canadian Economics, BRW 2023 SE invites you to discover and indulge in the hidden gems of Black-owned restaurants in Quebec, where tradition meets innovation, and each dish tells a story of resilience, passion, and the pursuit of culinary excellence.
Join us as we shine a spotlight on the incredible talent and support the entrepreneurial spirit of restaurants in Quebec.
Here are three Black-owned restaurants in Quebec to visit during BRW 2023 SE.
3669 Boul. Saint-Jean, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Québec
Cuisine Type: New Orleans | Dining Type: Take-out & Dine-In
Bistro Nolah is a vibrant haven nestled in the vibrant city of Montreal. With a commitment to delivering an unpretentious dining experience, Bistro Nolah effortlessly combines the rich flavours of New Orleans cuisine with the charm and elegance of Montreal scenery.
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3426 Avenue Notre-Dame O, Saint-Henri, Montréal, QC
Cuisine Type: Caribbean-Latin Fusion | Dining Type: Take-out & Dine-In
Tropikàl Restaurant is redefining the Quebec dining scene with its imaginative and soulful creations. Drawing inspiration from Caribbean and Afro-Latin cuisines, the chefs have crafted a menu that explores exotic flavours by fusing traditional recipes with modern twists, resulting in an unparalleled dining experience.
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4206 St-Jacques, Montreal, Quebec
Cuisine Type: Haitian- Caribbean | Dining Type: Take-out & Dine-In
Piklìz Restaurant is making its mark by telling a story of tradition and innovation through Haitian cuisine. You’ll be left mesmerized as you explore a world where Caribbean and Creole cuisine collide in daring flavour combinations, unexpected textures, and artistic presentations that push the boundaries of traditional dining.
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