Montreal Deli Greek Grill Restaurant

Montreal Deli Greek Grill Restaurant

Montreal Deli Greek Grill

Address: 115 York Blvd, Unit 7,
Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 3B4, Canada
Phone: (905) 886-3354
Fax: (905) 886-5242
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online

Working long hours and can't leave the office to get a bite? No problem!
You can order dinner to your working place till 8-00pm.

Montreal Deli Greek Grill offers Smoked Meats and Reubens and has been a family business for over 25 years. Montreal Deli Greek Grill can help you organize and select the right amount of food for the right amount of people within specific budgets.
No transportation hassles, no time consumption, Montreal Deli Greek Grill can cater your next occasion, no matter how big or how small.

Montreal Deli Greek Grill offers Souvlaki Trays, Deli Trays, Salad Trays, Sandwich Trays and much more!
Online Menu
Online Menu
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3 Eggs, Toast, Homefries, Coffee & Bacon
3 Eggs, Toast, Homefries, Coffee & Ham.
3 Eggs, Toast, Homefries, Coffee & Sausage.
3 Eggs, Toast, Homefries, Peameal, Bacon & Coffee.
Cheese Omelette (click for more info...)
French Toast
Ham & Cheese Omelette (click for more info...)
Hungry Man (click for more info...)
Hungry Man: Brown Toast (click for more info...)
Hungry Man: White Toast (click for more info...)
Mushroom Omelette (click for more info...)
Veggie Omelette (click for more info...)
Western Omelette (click for more info...)
6 oz. Hamburger
Banquet Burger
Cheese Burger
Chicken Breast on Kaiser
Chicken Souvlaki on a Bun/Pita
Fried Egg Sandwich
Grilled Cheese
Grilled Chicken Clubhouseâ„¢
Grilled Steak
Grilled Steak or Chicken Breast on Kaiser
Montreal Smoked Meat
Montreal Style Corned Beef
Montreal Style Roast Beef
Peameal Bacon on a Kaiser
Reuben (click for more info...)
Souvlaki Bun/Pita
To all sandwiches (click for more info...)
To all sandwiches: (click for more info...)
Veggie Burger
Add Chicken to above Salads
Caesar Salad (Large)
Caesar Salad (Small)
Chef Salad (Large)
Chef Salad (Small)
Fish on a Bun
Greek Salad (Large)
Greek Salad (Small)
Grilled Steak or Chicken Breast on a Kaiser
Side Orders
Bottled Water
Canned Pop
Onion Rings
Halibut Fish & Chips
Reuben Super (click for more info...)
Souvlaki Dinner (click for more info...)
Super Smoked Meatâ„¢ (click for more info...)
Wraps (click for more info...)

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