This well liked two-level Italian establishment is fairly easy on the pocketbook, especially considering the thin wedges of pizza and black olives ... More
This well liked two-level Italian establishment is fairly easy on the pocketbook, especially considering the thin wedges of pizza and black olives served while you peruse the menu. The tables d'hôte are an excellent value: start with the Conchiglie Ripiene (spinach, mozzarella and ricotta cheeses, basilic and tomato) and move on to a selection of pasta and meat main courses (CAD26.95-31.95 including dessert and coffee). The house wine, Cantina Tollo Rosso, is a good bargain at around CAD30 for a litre. For atmosphere, ask to be seated in the lower level.
La Medusa is a nice small Italian restrurant. My wife and I read the previous review and decided to give it a try while on vacation in Montreal. We were both very happy and will be back again for sure. We both enjoyed their pasta dishes and I thought that their Tiramisu was one of the best I have ever had.
There are a lot of options in Montreal, getting a review from Yahoo was a great way to nail down a choice. As a bonus, La Medusa is half a block away from the famous Rue St. Catherine's where all the trendy shoping is located. Enjoy!
I loved the ambiance.
You feel welcomed the second you step into the restaurant.
You can order off the menu.
The staff wants to please you.
You are in a hip and modern atmosphere with modern music in the back ground.
I highly recommend you visit this restaurant.
I have frequented this establishment on every business trip to Montreal since it was recommended by the hotel in which I was staying.
The staff, owners, are great, becoming friends after a few trips, food is wonderful and creative and the best bargain in Montreal.
It rivals the best in my hometown of Chicago.
I will never leave Montreal without a visit to this great little place.
if you would like a dining experience with crude, foulmouthed mafioso wannabes sitting at the next table, this is the place for you. We have been coming to this restaurant for years and have always enjoyed the food and ambiance, but something has changed in the past year or so. Our last two visits have been ruined by these rude diners behavior and worse yet, it seems the owner/manager(?) and the waiters do nothing to stop it, perhaps even encouraging it. This place is off our "must visit" list for dining in Montreal, and that is a shame because it used to be so great. My message to the management of this place is "clean up your act" and get rid of these creeps.
3 people $400!!!
I asked for a nice bottle of wine, not too expensive, $75.00 a bottle. The meal....$180....fine, they sit down and are so nice asking you what you might enjoy, but to hijack your good time with a strip club mentality on the wine...unacceptable!!!
Was very upset upon receiving the bill. The waiter had the audacity to the table, in front of my guests and complain about the TIP!!! Embarrassing to say the least.
I will NEVER visit the establishment again!!!!!!!
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