Maison Boulud offers a menu steeped in French tradition, inspired by decades of experience in New York City, and driven by Québec’s seasons and bounty.
A warm and welcoming venue serving up international cuisine, as well as a wide selection of wines, beers, cocktails, cognacs, and whiskeys.
Beef is the house specialty but the menu has a flair for the cosmopolitan and the food is delicious.
Comforting and unique Spanish-inspired dishes served in a stylish, relaxed, warm, and inviting setting.
Miso invites guests to discover unique Japanese cuisine and a wide selection of wines and sakes.
A unique Mediterranean culinary experience, Modavie in Old Montréal serves traditional cuisine with an international flair to the sound of live jazz.
For great steaks and first-rate meals served in an elegant atmosphere and enhanced by attentive service.
The menu offers freshness, market cuisine, local ingredients, and a vegetarian focus, served up in a completely renovated Art Deco venue.
At the brewpub Brasseurs de Montréal, comforting favourites are served in an urban, contemporary, and chic minimalist environment.
The aromas of the cuisine and the flavours of the meats and fish evoke the sensuality of the Mediterranean.
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