This wildly popular restaurant adapts exquisite French food to tropical tastes, and features an enveloping atmosphere and accessible prices. There are ... More
Petit Bistrot de Jacques (Le)
This wildly popular restaurant adapts exquisite French food to tropical tastes, and features an enveloping atmosphere and accessible prices. There are no printed or handwritten menus; the available dishes are recited aloud, with the explanations each one may require. Basic French cuisine is the order of the day, to which vegetables and cereals are added, making it suitable for the local climate. The most popular dishes include ensalada de queso de cabra (goat's cheese salad) and duck confit. Dining here is a gratifying gastronomical experience, worthy of repeating. A good meal can average $25 a person, without wine. Dress is casual.
This large restaurant is decorated in the style of a library, and the menu is predominately French and Lyonnaise cuisine.
The extensive menu gives the impression that the owner doesn't want to disappoint anyone. Choose between Beef Carpaccio with ...
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ambience not expected from its external appearance. Snug, comfortable and relaxing, it is the perfect place to unwind. Although ...
Aside from perhaps the Beaver Club, this Bishop Street institution hosts the most established power scene in the city; the
tastefully decorated interior has seen some of Montreal's best known faces. Despite this, the overall effect suggests relaxed sophistication ...