August 16, 2012 – Hear ye! Hear ye! Gentlewomen and gentlemen, Le Cabaret du Roy invites you to partake in a colourful journey into the past, where laughs, songs and revelry are served as gaily as they are generously. Brought to life by hilarious characters right out of history and eager minstrels, the establishment serves up an experience that is typical of the period that belonged to seigneurs and commoners of 18th-century New France, in that era’s striking décor and ambiance.
Recipient for the second time of an award from the Grands Prix du tourisme québécois in 2010 (regional winner, Tourism Development – Dining) after having earned the gold award in the same category in 2003, today Le Cabaret du Roy enjoys a reputation that surpasses borders. And for good reason, as its cuisine and entertainment offerings are without parallel. Feast with wild abandon, loosen your belt and sing yourself hoarse!
In addition to loads of fun, the place also offers a variety of menus concocted to sate all good men and women. Affordable and hearty café menu for some, menu for special days for others, and gourmet feasts for lords and ladies, with or without their retinue. You may also fill your bellies with Native specialties, country cooking and grilled game prepared with finesse by a devoted cook.
To these most appealing menus are added special events such as the French story telling on Sundays, as well as the Sugar Shack in March and April. During the warmer months, Le Cabaret du Roy also welcomes everyone to its pretty patio. To escape the everyday of modern life, this is an address that’s a good place to be in Old Montréal.