You can almost see pedestrians' heads turn as they pass this strangely alluring St-Denis Street bistro. The predominantly yellow decor is certainly ... More
You can almost see pedestrians' heads turn as they pass this strangely alluring St-Denis Street bistro. The predominantly yellow decor is certainly welcoming, but the real stars here are the beautiful front and rear terraces. Breakfast/brunch (weekends only) offers a two egg special at CAD5.95, various creative omelettes (CAD5.95-7.95) and enticing crepes starting at CAD6.15. Lunch beckons with baguette sandwiches (hot chèvre and grilled vegetables, CAD8.50) and huge salads from the CAD6.50 Caesar to the CAD11.75 confit de canard. Evening specialties include steak-frites at CAD12.75.
A small casual diner styled cafe. Not pretentious, but still nice. Large portion sizes made the prices appealing. Great Traditional French Cheeses, no Mozza sticks snuck in here. Very friendly service, no bias against english. Main Course Potato and Veg could use come inspiration. Overall Pleasent. Will be back one day for the Plate au Fromage.
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