Open Hours: Lunch: 11:30a-2:30p M-F, Dinner: 5p-11p M-Th, 5p-midnight F-Su
Amid fierce competition on The Main, this upscale restaurant is perennially packed, especially on the weekend, and reservations are a must. The dining ... More
Amid fierce competition on The Main, this upscale restaurant is perennially packed, especially on the weekend, and reservations are a must. The dining room is spacious, with high ceilings, and the decor is on the cool side, with white and purple tablecloths. All the food is top-notch, with fresh ingredients throughout. Specialties include Onion Bhaji, Bhoona Prawn, Seekh Kebab and Butter Chicken. The service is prompt and formal, and dinner for two, excluding wine or tip, comes to between CAD60-80.
We're not in the Bay Area. I am also from the Bay Area. You do not expect authentic South Indian cuisine in Montreal. To do so is naive. Here, it is the London Curry School, led by Bangladeshis. Most Indian restaurants serve identical cuisine, as do most "Japanese" restaurants, which are mostly owned by Vietnamese. As do most Italian restaurants, as do most Chinese restaurants. Do you want to change things? Mount a crusade. Good luck.
Regrettable but true, and if you are aware of this and accept it, Mysore is one of the best in Montreal. If you want south Indian, go back to the Bay Area or move to Chennai.
This restaurant opens for lunch but closes at 2pm. After bringing me the coffee I had just ordered, our waiter informed us that they were closing and that he would let me 10 minutes to finish my coffee. At this point it was 2 pm precisely. When I showed anger about that policy, the same waiter told me I could as well go take a coffee at the coffee shop next door. That kind of customer service attitude is really not acceptable. Nothing bad about the food, but I've seen many other Indian restaurants in Montreal that served equally good food and that were way more decent in terms of customer service.
Dont let the name "Mysore" fool you!!..this is not a typical south indian restaurant as the name suggests.
I am from South India and went here expecting authentic South Indian cusine, but nothing south indian about this place. This place is yet another "Indian" restaurant catering to western taste.
I come from San Francisco bay area where there are excellent south indian restaurants.
The food was so so and a bit pricy for what it tasted.
I guess the Indian population here is far more less than that in Bay area, so your expectations for authenticity should be that much more less!
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