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BEST LUNCH TABLE D'HOTE AROUND.. Montreal

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onif74 Oct 6, 2009 06:54 AM

I want to organise a special birthday lunch... Any takers.. Money is no obeject, just a great experience...

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    Maximilien RE: onif74 Oct 6, 2009 08:43 AM

    Look at :

    Downtown/Old Montreal
    Europea
    Toqué
    Decca 77
    Club Chasse et Pèche
    La Montée
    Newtown (?)
    ...

    Other 'hoods:
    La Chronique
    M sur Masson

    ... any particular things you are looking for ? wine list ? food style ? ambiance ? ethnicity ?

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      onif74 RE: Maximilien Oct 6, 2009 09:15 AM

      Thank you for your reply... I have been to most you have mentioned above apart from Eurpea and I dont thinl LCCP do lunch now... And I have heard really mixed reviews for Newtown.

      I am in the business so I just want a great experience with a great wine list and any ethinicity...

      Is La Chronique open for Lunch?

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        thelonious777 RE: onif74 Oct 6, 2009 10:16 AM

        Yes, La Chronique is open for lunch, and a good choice, though if money is no object I would consider Toqué as well. None of the choices above is a bad one.

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          SnackHappy RE: thelonious777 Oct 6, 2009 10:48 AM

          Toqué doesn't do lunch. They did it for a while after they moved to the Quartier International, but it didn't last very long.

    2. Andria RE: onif74 Oct 6, 2009 09:23 AM

      My top vote would go to Europea for the food, elegant service and extra special touches. They have a very knowledgeable sommelier as well. Oh, and of course the lobster cappuccino.

      That being said, I have yet to go to Decca 77, but have heard it is also excellent.

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        westaust RE: onif74 Oct 6, 2009 11:14 AM

        Renoir at Sofitel offers a lunch Table d'hote, and if food is as good a dinner time, it should be a great place for lunch

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          Fritzy RE: westaust Oct 7, 2009 11:37 AM

          I had a late lunch at the Renoir around 2 and they were out of just about everything, so go early if you take this option.

        2. alixium RE: onif74 Oct 6, 2009 11:49 AM

          I second the vote for la Montée. The staff is knowledgeable and makes one feel at ease. I enjoyed their wine recommendations, and 3$ for a dessert is a real steal!

          1. hala RE: onif74 Oct 6, 2009 06:25 PM

            we had milos the other day and it was pretty good.

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              kpzoo RE: hala Oct 6, 2009 08:05 PM

              I second Milos. As long as no one in your group has a seafood/fish allergy (though they do have a few meat options) Milos has a lovely weekday lunch special, really terrific food, and a classy atmosphere. Busy, though.

              http://www.milos.ca/en/montreal/menu/...

            2. Richelle RE: onif74 Oct 12, 2009 09:08 PM

              Hi!
              Having gone to La Montée for lunch last week, I have to say it is a place to return!
              The place is gorgeous, the food beautiful and as delicious as can be. Wonderful options for wine by the glass makes it just perfect. And oh the dessert.
              My mouth waters remembering.

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                jrex RE: onif74 Oct 13, 2009 06:49 PM

                For great value...and delicious food of course- Mas Cuisine on Wellingtion in Verdun. 15$ for a 2 course meal including coffee or tea. Pretty much an amazing chef behind all the dishes..and i have tried many there... And I mention this regardless of the good deal..it is indeed a great experience!

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