Tucked away on the northern rim of Parc Lafontaine, this little restaurant gives BYOB a good name. The setting is tight, with barely 35 seats. The ... More
Poisson Rouge (Le)
Tucked away on the northern rim of Parc Lafontaine, this little restaurant gives BYOB a good name. The setting is tight, with barely 35 seats. The decor is basic, with wooden tables and chairs, and the napkins and placemats are real cotton. Master chef Pascal Gelle has created a menu that includes six main course fish choices such as marlin (bronzed, Cajun-style) and shark with black pepper sauce. Service is efficient and dinner for two, excluding tip, comes to around CAD55. Reservations are essential.
The Poisson Rouge is a must if you are a seafood lover. The variety and freshness of the catch is top notch and the service matches the delicious quality of the food. Enjoy this gem tucked away in an unpretentious atmousphere. It is a cafe type place with small tables and nice lighting. The owner is usually there dressed in black and welcomes you as family and friend. Don't miss this one!
One of my favorite places in Montreal for exquisite seafood. The atmosphere is casual and intimate and the food is delicious. The waitstaff are professional and helpful in explaining the menu. I have recommended the Poisson Rouge to all my friends and many drive up from Vermont just to have dinner at this faboualous little restaurant. The fact that it is BYOW makes it an extrodinary value. The prix fix menu is the way to go.
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