Business Lunch in West Island
- kpzoo Jan 13, 2010 06:23 AM
A client is coming into Montreal from out of town and we will be having a business lunch for six people near their Dorval airport hotel, but I'm a bit stymied for restaurant options. It needs to be fairly close to the airport, I'd say a 15-min drive from there is doable.
They would like it to be "nice" as they're treating everyone, and ideally wine would be available. Open to all cuisines.
Any suggestions very much appreciated!
Sources branch of Maiko Sushi is an option. 15 minutes from terminal (well, almost equidistant from 40Westt).
Towne Hall in same area (same strip mall as 40Westt), but also very expensive.
My suggestion would be Mundo. http://www.mundotrattoria.com/
- AMAZING, consistently delicious Italian food
- Impeccable service
- Owner's mother sternly supervises the kitchen (seriously)
- Close to the airport (just off the St-Charles exit of the 40)
You should definitely check it out.
Bombay Choupati is closed as the family is on vacation, I believe the sign read until the end of January. I love that place but I don't know if it's a good place for a business lunch with 6.
Mundo Trattoria although not very impressed with the service over a year ago (I'm not the only one, find the thread in here) would probably be a better option for a business lunch.
I'd go with Panama, which is a Greek resto and they have fresh grilled fish as well. Very suitable for a lunch meeting and very consistent food. It's off Sources just north of the 40. 11604, boul. De Salaberry corner Lake, H9B 2R8 www.rotisseriepanama.com
Karma for very good Indian in a "trendy" looking place, on St. Jean. Don't care for the setting but I find the ingredients very very fresh. www.restaurantkarma.com. Not sure if they are open for lunch though.
Hope that helps.
Thanks so much for all the suggestions so far. We're checking about lunchtime service (so far we've discovered that unfortunately Karma only does lunch on Thursday& Friday).
Has anyone been to Bouddha Restaurant in St-Laurent for Thai? I can't find a single mention on the board and it was brought up by someone in the group.