La Chronique serves creative, fresh market, French-inspired cuisine from chef-owners, Marc de Canck and Olivier de Montigny, in an elegant atmosphere.
Founded in 1980, La Fonderie offers a varied menu that includes fondues, raclette, broiled meats, and seafood, along with an extensive wine list.
A bring-your-own-wine restaurant serving up specialties including raclette, fondue, and grilled treats.
A bring your own wine (BYOW) restaurant offering a touch of France on a pedestrian thoroughfare.
Classic French fare, excellent wines and local cheeses make this chic bistro a Montréal favourite.
Natural light, a chic and inviting décor, a feature wall showing Parisian street scenes, and delicious seasonal cuisine characterize Les 400 Coups.
Plants and wild mushrooms, seafood, spit-roasted baby pig, salted meats, smoked fish, and more.
Traditional oriental cuisine is their specialty: treat yourself to a Szechuan meal with beef and seafood dishes.
An Asian Brasserie serving Asian-influenced cuisine that is infused with French techniques and made to be shared.
Its fine French and Mediterranean cuisine is served in an inviting ambience.