This upper-Plateau gem provides sensational French cuisine at outstanding prices. With its intimate, casual setting and chalkboard menu, it is perfect ... More
This upper-Plateau gem provides sensational French cuisine at outstanding prices. With its intimate, casual setting and chalkboard menu, it is perfect for a romantic evening. Appetizers include traditional standards like green salad with walnut oil (CAD5.95), ranging up to the more substantial medaillon de chèvre chaud en salade (warm goat's cheese salad) at CAD7.95. Main courses feature duck, veal, beef, pork and lamb dishes, with undertones of port and fruit glazes throughout (CAD17.95-26.95), while the dessert menu offers more French standards (profiteroles or crème brûlee at CAD5.95).
Last July was our second trip to Montreal and one of the reasons we came back is Restaurant Yoyo. This year was the first time I had venison and it was great. But it is the dessert, the ever so delicious Hot Chocolate Profiteroles is now my all time favorite. I recommend you try both, the venison and end with the warm chocolate dessert. My boyfriend loved it and that makes me happy.
Service is wonderful! I am going back. MLG
My fiance and I went to Restaurant Yoyo for dinner on New Years Eve. The menu was a set menu that offered a few choices for the main entrees. The food was fantastic and the service was great. We had made reservations about a month in advance to get a table for the later seating. We would definately recommend this restaurant!
This restaurant is smack dab in the middle of the Montreal bar scene, and the perfect place to be noticed.
The atmosphere is warm and cozy. Service is friendly and efficient. The breakfast menu has a large selection including ...
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Szechuan cuisine. It is run by the Mah family, whose kitchen prides itself on authenticity and friendly, informed service. ...
The informal decor at this relatively undiscovered bring your own wine bistro belies the wonderful creations exiting its open kitchen.
As the name implies, the restaurant is tiny, booking is advisable if not essential. Main courses range from $25 ...