1228 Sherbrooke St.West
Daniel Boulud’s menu is driven by the seasons and bounty of Québec’s local purveyors. You’ll find specialties from Boulud’s New York City restaurants, including Lyonnaise charcuterie, Mediterranean flavors, and even some casual burgers, as well as dishes created just for Maison Boulud. The result: refined yet soulful contemporary French food, prepared here by Executive Chef Riccardo Bertolino.
1227 de la Montagne
“Culinary art at its finest” Fill up your senses as you discover the best of Québec food products exquisitely prepared by two French chefs. Discover a modern and creative cuisine in a warm and intimate ambiance.
900 Place Jean-Paul Riopelle
Internationally renowned chef Norman Laprise has moved this popular restaurant to a new home on the fringes of Old Montreal. The new, sleek interior is a perfect backdrop for Laprise's outstanding menu.
La Queue de Cheval Steakhouse & Cigar
1221 Blvd. Rene-Levesque West
Home to one of the best wine cellars worldwide, has beautiful wood finishes, vaulted ceilings and glowing chandeliers to add to the wonderful ambience of this favorite restaurant. This steakhouse is one of Canada’s premier fine dining steakhouse restaurants specializing in dry-aged USDA Prime beef and fresh seafood.
361 Saint Paul Est
Celebrity chef Chuck Hughes calls his latest baby, Le Bremner, "a kind of a seafood diner." Montreal foodies call it the hottest restaurant of the moment. And if Le Bremner ends up a repeat of Hughes' success with Garde Manger-- his original culinary haunt whose popularity is often attributed to Hughes' high profile via Food Network's Chuck's Day Off
1595 boul St-Laurent
Close to the Quartier des Spectacles and to downtown, this restaurant is giving the area a facelift by presenting diners with an original take on food.
Les 400 Coups
400 Notre-Dame Est.
Tel. 514 985 0400
Located in the Old Montréal neighborhood of Montréal, Les 400 Coups has a casual atmosphere and specializes in Bistro, Contemporary / Eclectic, Fusion and Market cuisine.
312 Rue Saint-Paul West (corner Saint-Pierre)
Slightly off the beaten tourist track and located on the ground floor of an old Napoleonic greystone, Barroco will serve a menu of rustic French, Spanish, and Italian fare and a selection of private import wines.
Le Club Chasse Et Peche
423 rue St. Claude (Old Montreal)
Designed to look like an intimate private club, Le Club has become one of the most popular restaurants in Montreal since it opened in late 2004.
3455 Boulevard St.-Laurent
Free-range meat and poultry and organic produce make this fine dining stalwart that opened in 1993 a good destination for live jazz or strawberry rhubarb martini.