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pizzatheorem Jul 20, 2011 05:47 PM

Hey all, I'm visiting Montreal for two days at the end of the month with enough money to dine at one restaurant. I realize there are many threads of this nature and I apologize for adding to that list but having read through many posts, I still am not much closer to choosing a restaurant. I'm looking for something French or Italian, maybe a bistro, at a medium price range, perhaps $25 per main. I'm willing to pay a bit more if the food is really good and I don't care where it is, as long as it's in the city and not the suburbs. The most important thing is that the food be good; atmosphere and service are somewhat secondary and I'm not interested in charcuterie. Can anyone suggest something good?

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    kpaxonite Jul 20, 2011 06:34 PM

    Brasserie T otherwise Lemeac if its after 10

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      wilmagrace Jul 20, 2011 08:19 PM

      If you want the best and willing to dine at noon you can take advantage of the business lunch deals (usually weekdays) for example at toque (old montreal)you can have a couple of lunch dishes for 25$,

      http://www.restaurant-toque.com/fr/Menu-midi.php

      or laloux which is central , menu changes often, even more reasonable at lunch (but you could also go there for evening menu

      )

      http://www.laloux.com/menu.jsp?menuId...

      but if only evening dining is what you are looking for choices are more limited

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