Eating my way through Montreal
- Foodie Jun 26, 2002 03:21 PM
I spent five days in early June in the beautiful city of Montreal. My nightly dining experiences were so memorable I felt the need to pass them on.
Restaurants I recommend-
Le P'tit Plateau
Located a few blocks off of rue St. Denis.
Perfectly prepared french bistro food. Bring your own wine.
Very Expensive yet worth every penny!!!!
Reminded me of my dinner at the French Laundry in Yountville, California. Attention to detail, amazing service and incredible food.
Ferreira Cafe Trattoria - Portuguese
Wonderful seafood selections on the menu.
Wine list is worth the trip alone.
Beautiful, hip bar/restaurant located downtown.
Talk about big portions, I couldn't finish my starter much less my dinner. The food is prepared with a whimsical flair. I wasn't crazy about the dining room due to the noise level but the food made up for it.
I'm planning a trip again in September. I would love some recommendations!
I have been in Montreal temporarily for a little while. Although a bit of an odd collection, I have become a fan of the following restaurants:
TOUCHEH - in Westmount, one block south of sherbrooke near Prince Albert. The owners are incredibly nice, & accomodating, & I have never had a bad meal ever.
ISAKAYA - Rue DuParc, one block north of Sherbrooke, Japanese food.
L'AVENUE - great breakfast!! On Mont-Royal St. 2 blocks east of St. Hubert.