Open Hours: Lunch: noon-3p M-F, Dinner: 5:30p-11:30p
In existence for more than 25 years, this restaurant has experienced a renaissance of late, returning again to its 1980s excellence. The setting is ... More
In existence for more than 25 years, this restaurant has experienced a renaissance of late, returning again to its 1980s excellence. The setting is historic Old Montreal. The decor suits it, with upholstered chairs, burgundy curtains and dark wood panelling. The menu remains classically French, with the accent on seafood. Dishes include grilled Coquilles St-Jacques and lobster in a homardine sauce (CAD30). Service is efficient and dinner for two, excluding wine and tip, comes in at CAD100. The terrace is open daily from noon to midnight.
This place told us that we couldn't order a la carte but only table d'hote. Waiter screamed at one of us just because we wanted a coffee and replied with,"You're all only having coffee??" when we wanted a drink before a meal. They were not welcoming of a large group of 16 people. Restaurant was not busy at that time! Will not go back nor recommend to ANYONE.
We were there tonight,July 2,we were realy
desapointed with the Cote de boeuf,a small slice of beef with french fries,that is it, for $26.95 , a bit much .I had the filet
mignon for $25.95 with vegies and nice
potatoes . We have been there 3 or 4 times
before and we will not go back , Too bad.
We loved it so much we were going to have our wedding reception there!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 12/27/05
We visited it in Summer 2001 during the annual jazz festival. The experience was unforgetable, especially the service. Particularly memorable was the fact that two waiters made our greek salad at tableside including beating egg yolk and adding capers in the salad dressing! Can't wait to go back in a few days, all the way from Texas!
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