The main attraction here is the breakfast, which apart from being an incredible value is served until 4p on weekends. For lunch and dinner expect ... More
The main attraction here is the breakfast, which apart from being an incredible value is served until 4p on weekends. For lunch and dinner expect solid, standard continental fare with vaguely Italian overtones, complemented by pleasantly eclectic decor and music. Main courses, including burgers, pasta and grilled dishes, top out at around CAD15. The crowd is basically the same all day (hip, but not unbearably so) but its attitude changes with the music, and things get much rowdier as the night wears on.
This bustling seafood bistro is located north of the more pretentious restaurants on St Laurent, and surpasses them in cuisine,
decor and pleasant disposition. The decor is rustic and just short of cramped, with blue and yellow accents. Oysters ...
A recent move to the downtown area has not cramped this classic restaurant's style, thanks to continuity in both service
and decor. Many of the original waiters and stained glass panels have travelled with it. The menu includes a ...
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 ...