Daytime, it’s a friendly bistro-bar while evenings, it’s a lively resto-bar.
French-inspired cuisine and local products are served up in a casual, relaxed environment.
Bistro Le Balmoral offers grilled specialties, fish, and gastronomic creations prepared with Québec produce.
Bistro Le Cinq brings whimsical sophistication to Montréal’s culinary scene with small bites, tapas, and more. Group menus are also available.
Chef Jean-Baptiste Marchand offers a reinvented and deliciously daring French cuisine.
Bocata creates tapas-style dishes ideal for sharing. Its impressive wine selection features many rare vintages and private imports.
Its cuisine is inspired by the French countryside and its menu can satisfy the most diverse palates.
The terrace is so inviting and the menu offers a variety of meats and fish.
For brunch, lunch, dinner, wine, and cocktails, a classic, pub-style atmosphere with an outdoor patio.
Feel the immortal ambiance of Paris in the 1940s in this quintessential French Brasserie.
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