A take-out counter with nutritious and inexpensive prepared meals!
Our prepared meals are an affordable solution for anyone who needs a helping hand to eat complete and balanced meals.
Open for lunch and dinner
Monday to Friday from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm, and Monday and Wednesday from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Our fresh products
- Omnivorous or vegetarian prepared dishes
(Protein, starch, vegetables)*
- Grocery products
- Seasonal arrivals
Sold by weight, bring your containers!
Our frozen products
- Individual dish $3.50 and more
- 1 liter of soup $4
- Combo: 5 individual dishes and a liter of soup $18 and more
- Family size dish (4 to 8 portions) $17
Fruit and vegetable baskets
We offer citizens the opportunity to order baskets of fruits and vegetables at a low cost, in order to promote access for all to a healthy and balanced diet. The baskets, available in 3 different sizes, can be ordered twice a month and picked up at the community restaurant at noon or at the take-out counter in the evening.
Dishes prepared by our workers in integration
Our production team and the people who complete a socio-professional integration program at Resto Plateau prepare all the meals! The fresh meals are prepared on site the same day.
In addition, all revenues from the sale of our meals are reinvested in our community projects that aim to promote autonomy, inclusion and access to resources.Learn more
Yes, anyone can come and buy our meals at the counter in the evening, no registration is required and there are no admission criteria. Our counter is a solution to meet the dietary needs of people who may find it difficult to eat complete and balanced meals, for financial reasons or because of lack of time.
Social pricing is a system in which a reduced price is offered for people who have difficulty affording certain goods or services when they are charged at market rates.
Social pricing at Resto Plateau is for those who can afford to pay a little more for our food and who wish to support our mission to strengthen the food security of our community members.
Citizens can bring their own containers to purchase fresh meals, as well as some groceries, which are sold by weight. Frozen meals and other products are packaged.
yes, frozen meals are microwave safe, for 4 – 5 minutes on high.
We receive a good part of our food via Moisson Montreal, which recovers unsold food from grocery stores. Many of our fruits and vegetables are also unsold, which we receive through the Association des producteurs maraichers du Québec. The rest of our food is purchased through commercial food suppliers.
Yes, we always have several vegetarian options available. We sometimes have vegan options, we cannot guarantee availability.
The dishes available at the counter will be based on our community restaurant menu. On Monday evenings, Monday and Tuesday restaurant dishes will be available (2 omnivore options, 2 vegetarian options). On Wednesday nights, Wednesday and Thursday dishes will be available. To see the menu for the week, check out our Facebook page or the community restaurant section of our webpage.