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gerrythegreat Dec 24, 2007 05:12 AM

As mentioned in previous post we will be celibrating our wedding anniversary in Mtl this thursday and friday. The club chasse et peche's internet site is down and I was wondering if you guys and gals think we will be able to get a table or are we 2 late to even reserve?

does anyone know if they are open today?

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    gerrythegreat RE: gerrythegreat Dec 24, 2007 05:27 AM

    just called and they are closed till the 26th should i try and reserve elswhere ie l epicier or do you think it wont be a problem getting a table for the 28th if I call 2 days before?

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      gerbera RE: gerrythegreat Dec 25, 2007 10:12 AM

      I would try. I have in the past been able to get a reservation on pretty short notice. I know it's the holidays but give it a shot!

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        gerrythegreat RE: gerbera Dec 26, 2007 09:33 AM

        I cant't beleive it. Someone from club chasse et peche just called me at home after I had left a message. He (unfortunatly didnt catch his name but I think it is the owner) checked the messages from his home and called me back and even offered to send me the menu by email, since their site is down.

        We have reservations on friday. can't wait .

        any suggestions? what size are the portions?

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          papilles RE: gerrythegreat Dec 26, 2007 09:55 AM

          I don't remember the portions being very big but not leaving hungry either, I
          enjoyed every dish...I drank a white Burgundy that was extraordinary, sold
          by the glass, that was a few months ago and I'm sorry I don't remember the
          name, I think it was about $15.
          enjoy !

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            rcianci RE: gerrythegreat Dec 26, 2007 10:10 AM

            The dishes they're best know for are the suckling pig risotto with foie gras slivers, the scallops with fennel puree and lemon cream, the wild mushroom tart with veal reduction and aged cheddar and the venison with crushed Jerusalem artichokes. If you're worried about not having enough food, order a vegetable platter, which has three or four interestingly prepared vegetable sides, along with your mains. Let them guide you as to wine pairings. They're very, very good at it.

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              gerrythegreat RE: rcianci Dec 26, 2007 10:42 AM

              you guys-gals rock. Is the wine list varied? We are more food than wine lovers and prefer to spend on the food.

              seasons greetings to all

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                rcianci RE: gerrythegreat Dec 26, 2007 10:56 AM

                I'm confident they'll find you something you'll be pleased with. There is also a short but interesting list of cocktails they will present you with when you sit down.

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        gerrythegreat RE: gerrythegreat Jan 4, 2008 05:13 AM

        Wow, thank you so much everybody, diner was great. I had the chasse et peche, which is a surf and turf and my wife had pork. A great evening, thanks again

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