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.
Indian and Italian cuisine served up in a bright, warm, and friendly atmosphere.