Food & Drink

Every year, Osheaga showcases a variety of different food vendors to suit all tastes. Our favorite food trucks, concession stands and catering services from the greater Montreal area will be located throughout the festival site, offering up a wide variety of dishes and local specialties, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.

At the YUL EAT Gardens, music lovers can enjoy signature dishes from 5 iconic Montreal restaurants. Each kiosk will be furnished like a small restaurant with a big terrace accessible to festival-goers who want to grab a bite with some friends, while comfortably seated.


Because he wanted to bring the healthy, sunny cuisine of Venice Beach here, Charles Manceau opened his first restaurant in Old Montreal in 2016. It was so successful that he opened a second address downtown the next year. It’s the place to go to enjoy poke bowls, tacos, salads, toasts, power bowls, and flat bread pizzas in a bright, colourful space.

On the menu at the YUL EAT Gardens: poke bowls, tacos, salad, smoothie bowl, dessert.


Reinventing fast food while turning vegetables into the leaders of the pack? This is the successful gamble of the collective behind Foodchain, led by chefs Charles-Antoine Crête and Cheryl Johnson (Montréal Plaza). Since 2017, the popularity of this McGill Street establishment renowned for its ultra-fresh, healthy and tasty veggie salads has remained undeniable.

On the menu at the YUL EAT Gardens: beet & apple salad with chickpeas, cauliflower & mushroom salad with quinoa.

Street Monkeys

This cozy restaurant opened in 2017 on Wellington Street, in Verdun, showcasing the authentic flavours of Cambodia. Owners Tota Oung, William Kit and Sihour Kong serve tapas that include Laotian and Thai elements, such as egg rolls, calamari, shrimp ceviche, beef laab, amok fish, and Khmer skewers.

On the menu at the YUL EAT Gardens: fried papaya salad, chicken skewers with Khmer spices.


It’s already been three years since this Amherst Street establishment introduced its delicious updated Haitian cuisine, which is cooked with care and imagination by chef Paul Toussaint. Their acras, cod chiktay, griot, and whole fried fish quickly made their reputation, as did their rum “koktels!”

On the menu at the YUL EAT Gardens: griot, grilled chicken, seafood skewers, ribs.

Grumman '78

Festive, friendly, affordable: this popular Saint-Henri restaurant is all that, in addition to serving some of the best tacos in the city! In the kitchen, chef Sébastien Harrison Cloutier takes inspiration from all around the world: jicama salad; smoked meat, halloumi, cod acra, grilled beef tongue, or fried chicken & mole tacos. Their food truck pioneered the street food revival.