This luxury brasserie reinvents the grand tradition of French cuisine by including typical Quebec products.
La Khaima serves up typical northwest African cuisine in a warm, cozy, and entertaining atmosphere decorated as a nomadic tent.
This innovative place is entirely dedicated to cyclists and includes a café and a specialized boutique.
La Maison du Magret offers delights from southwestern France in an environment that blends traditional and contemporary design elements.
Open since 1999, La Prunelle is a bring-your-own-wine restaurant in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal.
This dining establishment is renowned for its signature “dry-aged” steaks and variety of fresh fish and seafood.
Local and organic products prepared with a farm-to-table philosophy in a casual chic environment.
Guests are treated to classic French cuisine featuring a fresh selection of wild game.
The soul of Paris in the heart of Montréal in the form of a elegant bistro at the Loews Hôtel Vogue.
A shop devoted to helping you discover more about bean-to-bar chocolate.
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