This neighbourhood restaurant, located between two trendy zones on Laurier Avenue, has decided to concentrate more on its cuisine than its decor, ... More
This neighbourhood restaurant, located between two trendy zones on Laurier Avenue, has decided to concentrate more on its cuisine than its decor, which consists of a tasteful space with good lighting and flower boxes in the windows. Main courses, which include a selection of imaginative starters (witness the Fried Empereur Cheese and crisp apple with nuts and maple syrup), include lamb sweetbreads with fresh tomato, gin and tarragon emulsion (CAD28) and the vegetarian dish called "Neither fish nor fowl" at just CAD19. Wash it down with a selection from the very reasonable wine list (J. Vidal-Fleury Côtes-du-Rhône-Villages, CAD27).
A recent move to the downtown area has not cramped this classic restaurant's style, thanks to continuity in both service
and decor. Many of the original waiters and stained glass panels have travelled with it. The menu includes a ...
Situated in downtown Montreal and close to attractions like the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Saint Joseph's Oratory, Notre Dame Basilica,
Bell Centre and Mont Royal Park. La Tour Belvedere provides all the comforts of home for both leisure and ...
Opulence and elegance are the order of the day in this belle epoque restaurant, which is nestled within the Hôtel
de la Montagne. The decor is appropriately grand, with an illuminated fountain and marble water nymphs. The cuisine is ...