Already world-famous and a beacon for high-end French cuisine, this classically formal restaurant continues to represent the best of Parisian ... More
Restaurant Les Halles
Already world-famous and a beacon for high-end French cuisine, this classically formal restaurant continues to represent the best of Parisian atmosphere and gastronomy. Gentlemen are required to wear jackets. This is dining at its most exquisite. Among the sublime dishes is a "Surprise du Patron," which includes grilled quail breasts, fried shrimp and venison in wine-based sauce. All this class does not come cheaply, with wine prices rocketing into the stratosphere and dinner for two, not including wine and tip, sure to top the CAD100 mark. Reservations are a must.
The restaurant was AMAZING! But unfortunately, one of my family members is a vegitarian. giving limited choices, which wasnt my idea of great. but if you arent a vegitarian, then i would recommend it. it is worth it. but make reservations!
Magnificent, Romantic, Attentive, Nicest people. We've eaten there during three different visits over a ten year period and it is always superb. Once we arrived very late in motorcycle boots and jeans. We were treated like royalty.
The food was excellent. We had rack of lamb. The wine list is very good. The bar in the back of the restaurant is small but cozy. The service was excellent. Our maitre d' was of portugese decent and our waiter was italian, but the food was 100% french. I wasn't thrilled by my desert selection. Plan on spending at least $60-$75 per person with wine.
For a more lively and entertaining evening try Coute de Cheval, Montreal.