Au Pain Doré is a French boutique bakery with artisanal delights. A bread counter is filled with a wide variety of breads from baguettes to ciabetta bread, brioche to focaccia and much more. They also serve sweet pastries, pies, croissants, tarts and desserts that can be taken away or enjoyed in house or on their terrasse on a sunny day.
Modern French cuisine, served in a contemporary dining environment, are highlights of this Mont-Royal restaurant, which offers impressive wine selections and can accommodate for private functions.
Le Club Chasse et Pêche offer Québécois cuisine such as fois gras poele and mushroom tarte.
Open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner, this French restaurant offers fine dining and welcomes patrons to bring their own wine. A private events room is also available.
Modern French cuisine and a casual, fine-dining atmosphere are features of this restaurant, which welcomes patrons to bring their own bottle of wine as meal accompaniment. Lunch is available Tuesdays through Friday and dinner is served seven nights a week.
Market-fresh selections inspired by French and Quebecois culinary specialties, is available at this intimate bistro. Located in the Mont-Royal avenue east district, the restaurant is open to diners Tuesday through Saturday.
A Chef owner restaurant in the heart of Old Montreal, the À L'Aventure serves a variety of fixed course meals and has a patio ideal for people watching.
Elegant bistro located in historic building offering French and International cuisine of high quality at reasonable prices. private events, large terasse, reservations strongly suggested.
Take a trip down to Rosemont for a luxurious French meal at M sur Masson. This postage-stamp-sized eatery features upscale bistro cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
French contemporary cuisine, featuring regional specialties, including duck and lamb selections, is the trademark of this trendy Old Montreal restaurant. Their impressive rooftop terrace offers panoramic vistas of the port district and the Notre Dame Basilica.
This cosmopolitan restaurant decked out with bamboo screens and professional service offers quality dishes such as the terrine of lamb confit with a tiny beetroot salad and the seafood platter.
This legendary fine-dining restaurant offers unique and innovative gourmet cuisine for the discerning palate. It is located in the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth.
Fine French dining is available at this casual restaurant, which serves brunch, lunch and diner. Daily menus, lunch and dinner table d'hote offerings, catering and a selection of to-go packaged meal choices are offered.
With decor and ambiance reminiscent of the brasseries of Southern France, this longstanding downtown bistro features a menu of wild game selections, market-fresh options and house-made desserts. An extensive wine list and intimate dining spaces for private functions are also featured.
Le Coptoir Charcuteries Et Vins is a quaint little French restaurant located on Boulevard St-Laurent. Delicious french cuisine is featured on the menu.
Upscale French culinary experiences and a classic dining atmosphere are hallmarks of this restaurant, which offers selections of tapas, grilled specialties, seasonally-inspired choices and full bar services.
In addition to featuring extensive a-la-carte choices of a French flavor, this restaurant also offers fixed-price chef's choice selections, which change monthly according to seasonal availabilities. Gourmet food courses are also available.
This restaurant is a modern bistro with crisp white decor accents. The menu is fresh, with ingredients that are regional and seasonal. The twist is that patrons can pick and choose from a selection of meats, sauces and vegetables to create dishes that are uniquely theirs.
Le Smoking Valle is a quaint little french Bistro tucked away on Notre-Dame West. Delicious french food is featured on the menu.
Classic french cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner is served up at this Ahunstic bistro, which offers traditional decor, complete cafe services and fine-dining experiences.
Fine French cuisine set within Old-World ambiance is offered to visitors of this Old Montreal establishment. In addition to featuring a menu of gourmet offerings, the restaurant features an express menu and accommodates for business meetings and private receptions.
Bistro Cocagne is a quaint little French bistro. The menu features classic, yet simple French cuisine.
North America Oldest Inn (1754), it is located in the heart of old Montreal. An outstanding example of the splendors of past eras, this historic establishment has aged gracefully thorough centuries. The restaurant serves Market cuisine, including Québec specialties. Reservations are recommended.
Located in the former Bank of Montreal building in the old port sector, this restaurant features a lounge-style atmosphere and French-inspired fusion cuisine. Steak tartar, Nicoise salad and calamari are just a sample of the offerings available. Extensive cocktail and wine selections are also featured.
Rated as one of the best 100 restaurants in Canada, Le Bonaparte will assure an enjoyable experience. Located in the heart of Old Montreal.
Joe Beef is a tiny restaurant that only has 28 seats. Each night a choice of four appetizers and four main dishes are written on a blackboard. Menu items include: triple-a beef, fresh fish and a large assortment of wines.
Situated in beautiful Old Montreal, this Bistro and bar serves up traditional favourites. A large covered terrace gives diners an ideal refuge to enjoy some beverages and people-watch in the busy, vibrant neighbourhood.
Fine French cusine in an historical, Louis XIII setting.
Operating as a non-profit and benefiting numerous community organizations, this innovative restaurant features an eclectic menu of French-inspired dishes at affordable prices. Table d'hote lunch and dinner selections are available.
This restaurant is decorated with mirrored ceilings and Parisian decor. Pullman’s menu offers authentic Frech fare such as: saunternes-laced venison tartare, caviar blinis, grey sevruga caviar and an impressive cheese selection.
Chez L'Epicier offers the best of both worlds, combining a restaurant and specialty supermarket. Dine on French cuisine specialties or shop for gourmet products such as Quebec cheeses, vinegars, oils and ready-made meals.
Parisian-inspired decor and French cuisine selections, including steak tartar and duck confit, are features of this downtown restaurant. A wine list of over 200 International varieties is also available.
Set in a small, narrow room with a long bar, this is a popular spot for casual wining and dining. The small-plate menu boasts a selection of Quebec and foreign cheeses alongside a great wine list.
Welcome to Bistro Les Deux Gamins. New on rue Prince Arthur, the restaurant features a festive ambiance, a warm and comfy decor, a very affordable wine selection, courteous and friendly staff, and most importantly a menu that's sure to make anyone a loyal client. They offer anything from brunch, business lunch and group menus to private sections, special events planning and a romantic supper for two.
Menu items featured at this high-class restaurnat include: Basses Laurantides suckling pig, apple purée with cumin, mini turnips, agarics mushrooms, fresh almonds and black currant jus, Guinea fowl breast and bolognaise sauce, Gatineau Valley lamb, squash purée, carrot, confit fingerling potatoes, and blue foot mushrooms.
Le Quartier General is located on Gilford in Montreal. This quaint little menu features french fare.
Restaurant Vertige offers French cuisine and food that incorporates traditional products of Quebec. The menu includes foie gras, smoked rack of lamb, sweetbreads and risotto or bouillabaisse. It is open Monday to Saturday from 5pm to 11pm.
Open Tuesday to Friday for lunch services and seven nights a week for dinner, this upscale eatery offers innovative menu choices of classic French and regional specialties, including duck confit, beer-braised beef, seafood choices and much more.
Taverne Gaspar is located in what is known as Old Montreal. Burgers and classic pub fare food is offered on the menu.
Chef Daren Bergeron of the famous Lumière restaurant in Vancouver has created an equally impressive menu at Decca77. Try the Foie gras au torchon or the greaseless Venison tataki with radish salad and marinated shiitake.
In a way, it is hard to describe this offbeat restaurant with its 70's decor complete with vintage lamps and funky wallpaper making it both retro and contemporary. The dining experience is fun too, with a drink perhaps featuring a cheese puff on a cocktail stick. They are open for brunch and dinner, with foods that reflect a classic French and 70s feel, such as pineapple ham, linquini Kraft dinner style, and duck tourtiere.
Located in Holt Renfrew in Montreal, Cafe Holt specializes in creative cuisine options, which includes items from the Quebec terroir. Emphasis is placed on simple flavours, the menu includes fresh meals with impactful seasonal ingredients.
Europea offers modern and creative French cuisine with Quebec's finest produce. Professional and attentive staff.
L'Express is located between Roy and Duluth Streets and offers a French bistro feel with its black and white tiled floors and French dishes. Find affordable wines here to enjoy with classics such as steak frites.
Classic French cuisine, including foie gras dishes and tartars, is served at this casual eatery, which is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday.
Van Horne Restaurant is located on van Horne Avenue between Outremont and Champagneur. The menu features contemporary dishes that are elegantly prepared with a focus on fresh, local products.
Le Passe Compose is a quaint little bistro located on Roy Street East in Montreal. The menu features french food with breakfast, lunch and dinner offered.
Le Steak Frites St Paul operates several locations around Greater Montreal, all of which offer rustic bistro atmospheres, bring-your-own-wine policies and menus of classic French bistro menus of steak frites, filet mignon, duck confit, lamb chops and seafood. Other French favourites include onion soup, escargot and profiteroles for dessert.
Located in the heart of the Plateau district, this bistro-style eatery specializes in French cuisine, offering an array of innovative and classic dishes to satisfy any craving. Diners are welcomed to bring their own wine.
The essence of French culinary traditions are served at this casual restaurant, which features bistro-style dining and menu classics like cassoulet, lamb dishes and roasted duck. Lunch and dinner selections are available.
A French bistro dining atmosphere and menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner are available at this casual Outremont restaurant, which also provides full cafe and bar services.
Situated in Old Montreal and offering fine dining experiences, this restaurant specializes in pairing cuisine with fine wine and features an extensive menu of wines from around the globe. Main courses include seafood, pastas, lamb dishes and beef selections. Sharing and tasting platters are also featured.
Fine French dining in an early 18th century setting.
Au Chaud Lapin is located on Mont-Royal East. The menu consists of french cuisine. The restaurant is available for private party bookings.
Restaurant au 917 is located on Rachel Street East in Montreal. Offering a quaint French Bistro feeling, patrons are invited to bring their own wine and sit and relax while feasting on daily specials and classic French cuisine.
Modeled on a traditional Parisian brasserie, this dining establishment features modern twists on classic French fare and boasts a selection of over 150 imported wines from France. Brunch, seafood specials, a-la-carte offerings and group chef's menus are available.
Contemporary French cuisine and trendy decor greet the visitor at this downtown restaurant. Located in the Sofitel Hotel, the restaurant offers breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner selections and an impressive menu of cocktails and wine options.
Fine dining and an eclectic menu of French classics and regionally-infused dishes are hallmarks of this restaurant, which features modern decor and an expansive seasonal terrace.
Located upstairs in the Éperon building, this glass-walled restaurant offers Old Port views in a casual yet elegant atmosphere. Pasta, fish and express menu items are available.
Crêperie Bretonne is a Montreal institution having served the city for over 50 years. In addition to an array of delectable sweet and savoury crepes, menu items include soups, salads, egg plates, pastas and seafood. They are open for lunch and dinner and are closed on Mondays.
Casual indoor and outdoor dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is located in a superb historic house on Place Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal. An outdoor terrace is a popular spot in the summer.
Located in the Hotel Le Crystal, this fine dining establishment surrounds diners with an art nouveau decor and features a menu of gourmet traditional French cuisine fused with Quebecois flavors. A-la-carte and set-price menu offerings are available.
Daily lunch and dinner table d'hote menus, a-la-carte offerings and weekend brunches are offered at this casual bistro, which also features complete cafe services, breakfast selections, desserts and extensive wine and cocktail choices.
Located in the village, this intimate dining establishment offers French-inspired creations on a-la-carte and table d'hote menus. The restaurant also offers private dinner hosting for special events and parties, on-site or off.
Vert Lime is located in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district of Montreal. French fare is featured on the menu.
Located in the basement at 4699 rue Saint Denis, this eatery combines unusual wines with creative, modern bistro fare.
Resto Le Plaza is located on St-Hubert in Montreal. Choose from a mouth watering menu featuring daily specials.
While the decor at Les Cavistes is painstakingly sleek, it does not overshadow its Quebecois menu of fries with mayo, escargots, seafood risotto, veal chop and more. Wine available by the glass is extensive and affordable. A long bar with stools makes it conducive for sampling wines and socializing.
Sit on Lemeac's heated patio or in the small but bright dining room, and delve into the simplicity, and quality of French cuisine.
Casual, bistro-style French cuisine, available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, is the hallmark of this Plateau cafe and eatery. Fixed-rate table d'hote selections, a-la-carte offerings and specialty beverages are available.
This upscale French bistro welcomes diners to bring their own wine and features a menu of entrees, main courses and multi-course tasting selections. Foie gras, filet mignon, roasted duck and wild rabbit are just a sample of the dining options available.
Boris Bistro offers indoor as well as ample patio dining space. Local cheeses, regional entrees and an extensive wine list are featured at this chic eatery.
Best restaurant and wine bar in montreal. Great for seafood and lobster lover. Meilleur bar à vin dans le vieux port old port. homard et fruits de mer
An art deco ambiance and fine culinary creations of a French and International persuasion are highlights of this upscale dining establishment.
Located just steps from the famed Old Port piers, this Old Montreal restaurant features an array of seafood specialties, desserts and classics inspired by the culinary traditions of France. Smoked salmon plates, French onion soup, escargot and pork roasted with apple sauce are just a few of the selections avaialable.
Specializing in exotic and local seafood dishes, this intimate, bring-your-own-wine restaurant guarantees their fish is fresh. With a seating capacity of 34, Le Poisson Rouge appeals to couples and small groups.
Situated just steps away from the historic port in Old Montreal, Le Nantua brings the sea to table in a stylish, contemporary dining environment. Specializing in seafood and fresh fish, customers can choose from inspiring dishes of scallops, lobster, halibut, salmon, trout and more. Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Friday, dinner only on Saturday.
Located in old Montreal, this eatery offers menu selections inspired by French, Spanish and Italian cuisine. Intimate dining, designer decor reminiscent of a rustic wine cellar, a full-service bar and extensive wine selections are just a few of the restaurant's features.
A traditional Parisian brasserie and a separate English pub comprise this unique restaurant establishment, located on bustling Peel street. Typical French fare, including boiled meats and foie gras, are served on the main floor, while the second story John Sleeman Pub features an extensive selection of imported brews on tap and a cigar lounge.
Bistro-style dining, extensive wine offerings, an eclectic Sunday brunch menu and traditional French cuisine are offered at this downtown establishment. The restaurant features an ever-changing weekly menu of French mainstays, including quiche, pork dishes and house-made soups.
Elegant, fine-dining and a menu of French and Quebecois-infused specialties are offered at this Outremont restaurant. Foie gras creme brulee, beef tartar, lamb dishes and gourmet cheese plates are just samples of the selections available.
Using top quality regional products, this restaurant, located in the Intercontinental Hotel, features the flavors of Provence in a refined upscale brasserie-style atmosphere. The on-site wine cellar also features a broad range of regional and international selections.
Le Square presents French cuisine amidst an upscale casual environment. Filet mignon with roquefort sauce is just one of the highlights on the menu here.
Restaurant L'Avenue features rich French comfort-food cuisine. Eggs Benedict, burgers, sandwiches and smoothies are served for lunch and breakfast. A favourite is their baguette sandwich with a brie and asparagus filling. Brunch on the weekends are extremely popular so prepare to stand in line or arrive early.
Restaurant La Colombe
This romantic restaurant features a colourful menu of French food with North African influences. The space seats up to 45 people and patrons are encouraged to bring their own wine.
Chez la Mere Michel
Traditional French and Quebecois cuisine, served in a Victorian-style atmosphere, is the specialty of this downtown establishment. Serving patrons since 1965, the restaurant features a menu of gourmet offerings and can accommodate for private events and banquets.
Decorated with a medieval theme, Resto l'Independent is built to resemble a castle. The restaurant, which is located in the Gay Village, is known for having a friendly and attentive staff, visitors shouldn't be surprised if the restaurant's owner greets them personally. The menu features items such as smoked salmon, escargot, Swiss fondue and a specialty chocolate cake for dessert.
Bistro des Moulins
Nestled within the Ile-de-la-Visitation Nature Park, this bistro features French and North American selections and occasional performances by costumed storytellers and musicians. The establishment features an expansive seasonal terrace overlooking the Rivere des Prairies and is closed during the month of November.
Bouchonné is wine bar that is equally as passionate about food as their wine. Choose from smaller sharing plates or full-sized entrees: chopped calf's liver, devilled quail's eggs, marinated salmon, roasted salmon and baby back ribs.
French home-style favorites, regional selections and Internationally-inspired dishes make up the menu offerings at this Old Montreal restaurant, which offers fine dining, weekday lunch specials, table d'hote menus and a-la-carte choices.
Open for dinner nightly, this restaurant features menus inspired by regional and French culinary traditions including roast lamb dishes, foie gras, beef tartar, seafood specialties and much more.