Le Nil Bleu

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 4 reviews )

3706 St Denis, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Serves meat, vegan options available. Upscale Ethiopian cuisine restaurant. All the vegetarian dishes are also vegan. You could order individual dishes, appetizers and an assortment of Ethiopian specialties served on injera. Has a vegan tasting menu. Open Mon-Sun 12:00pm-11:00pm.

Category: Beer/Wine, Ethiopian, African, Non-veg

Reviews (4)

First Review by Babette

Delicious!! - Edit

So many wonderful flavours! I love the little breads too. If you're going with a large group and you're the only vegan/vegetarian, just remember to let them know when ordering that you don't want your dishes on the same platter at the meat dishes, because the concept is that everyone shares from the same platter. It was a while ago that I went, so maybe they now make sure to separate the veggie and meat stuff, but better to ask and be on the safe side.

Pros: wonderful flavours

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Absolutely delicious and unique.

I took the vegan platter for 2 and the vegan cheesecake dessert.

Pros: Flavor galore, Large portion, Reasonable price

Cons: 1 bite dessert only choice

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experience eating with your hands - Edit

The restaurant has a very good price and great options for vegetarians and vegans. Although it isn't exclusive vegetarian, it has meat options.
So you can bring family and friends or even a date. The place look very nice with service to the table.
What is amazing is that you can eat with your hands with the help of some sort of bread/crepe they made. It's fun to try.

Pros: eating with the hands

Cons: not only vegan

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Very delicious, very fancy - Edit

If you are vegan and want to try Ethiopian food, the Nil Bleu is the place to go to. The waitress told us all the vegetarian dishes were vegan and we all had the vegetarian platter, which consists of 4 Ethiopian specialties served on injera bread with a small salad. Everything was served on one enormous plate that we shared,the food was separated in four sections (one for each person). You can ask for all the injera that you want. Everything was yummy, but I liked best the yemesser watt (lentils) and the yatakelt watt (potatoes, carrots and cabbage). We were all very full after the meal.

Pros: Staff understands the word vegan, Nice restaurant (upscale), Injera!

Cons: Better to reserve, Packed

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