Located in the heart of downtown Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles, SIX Resto Lounge boasts a menu inspired by ingredients grown in Quebec and infused with artistic influences. Situated within the Hyatt Regency Montreal, this restaurant boasts an ultra modern environment and a menu filled with delectable seafood, steak and other mouthwatering entrees.
This hip restaurant is open 24 hours a day and specializes in that great Canadian dish, Poutine. In fact, La Banquise now serves over 20 different varieties of the cheese and gravy soaked fries.
Specializing in French cuisine and wild game selections, this Old Montreal and Old Port favorite has been serving patrons since the early 1980's and features a bistro-style ambiance and seasonal terrace. Fresh market selections, including duck dishes, house-made bisque and rack of lamb, are available.
If it weren't for the owner out in the street enticing visitors, one could miss this alleyway restaurant in Old Montreal. As the name suggests, Montreal specializes in poutine: French fries and cheese curds drenched in gravy. Burgers, nachos and salad are also served.
Located in the Old Montreal and Old Port area, this restaurant specializes in regionally-inspired cuisine, sustainable cooking practices and features house-cured charcuterie, local seafood and hand-picked market selections. Diners can choose from intimate dining spaces, a lounge area, private dining or the in-kitchen six-seat table, offering unique and direct gastronomic experiences.
Quebecois classics, including meat pies, pea soup and shepherd's pie, are available at this longstanding establishment. Serving patrons since 1940, the restaurant also offers hearty breakfast selections, all served up in a diner-style atmosphere.
Serving up Quebecois-style nouveau cuisine to diners since 1993, this Plateau-area restaurant features a contemporary bistro atmosphere and a diverse menu of seafood and local market favorites.
Located in the prestigious Institut de Tourisme et d'hotellerie de Quebec's Hotel de l'Institut, this restaurant features selections by emerging culinary talents and offers diners a taste of traditional and modern-style Quebecois gastronomy.
Quebecois new cuisine, served in an award-winning designed environment, is available to visitors of this historic quarter restaurant. Quebec-inspired tapas, International selections and an extensive wine list await diners.
Popular joint is often overcrowded by hungry hipster patrons sitting at one of the many wooden tables. Speciality items include: onion soup, deep-fried oreilles de Crisse pork rinds and foie gras. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 5:00 pm to midnight.
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.
Located in a centuries-old inn, this historic restaurant offers the finest in classic and modern French and Quebecois cuisine. A long-time favorite for intimate dining and special events, the establishment features an expansive, rustic terrace and extensive cocktail and wine offerings.
Situated in the trendy St. Sulpice Hotel in Old Montreal, this restaurant features regionally-inspired cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails. A seasonal garden terrace is available to diners looking for an alfresco experience.
Fusion cuisine combining regional specialties and beer is the trademark of this downtown establishment. Located in the Palais des Congres, the restaurant features a menu of a-la-carte offerings, table d'hote options and New France-style dinner theater packages.
Nestled in the heart of the historic district, this restaurant features decor reminiscent of a 1950s bistro and offers Quebecois-inspired fusion cuisine and French classics. Breakfast and brunch menus and a street-side seasonal terrace are also available.
Casual lunch and fine dining offerings are available from this establishment, which also features event hosting services to accommodate parties of 125. Complete bar service and an impressive selection of imported wines are also offered.
Featuring nouveau-Quebecois cuisine and modern-minimalist decor, this restaurant features a menu of classic and modern French fare, utilizing fresh regional products, including salmon and foie gras. An impressive wine list, comprised by renowned sommelier, Elyse Lambert, is featured.
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.
Overlooking Beaver Lake in Mont-Royal, this bistro-style eatery features modern Quebecois cuisine, including grilled meats and seafood. The facility features extensive terrace spaces and can accommodate for private functions and events.
Located in the posh Le Westin Montreal, gaZette is a contemporary, fine dining restaurant that features cuisine prepared from locally-sourced ingredients. Entrees include pasta, salads, fish, poultry and meat dishes. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended for 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.
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.
A Montreal landmark since 1928, this traditional Hebrew-style delicatessen specializes in smoked meat sandwiches and has been frequented by celebrities and heads of state alike. Catering and sales of deli products to-go are also offered.
This restaurant has an old-school Quebec ski logde ambiance. Menu features hearty comfort foods with an international flare such as the: individualised orders of Alaskan scallops wrapped in thin strips of prosciutto, foie gras torchon du Québec au sauterne and pork foot terrine served with string beans, ravioli with caramelised onions and Montpellier butter.
Regional market cuisine, comprehensive wine offerings and an expansive terrace nestled within the Hilton Montreal Bonaventure gardens are but a few of the features of this downtown establishment. In addition to a-la-carte dinner offerings, breakfast and brunch options are also available to diners.
Les Filles du Roy
Located in the historic Pierre du Calvet Inn, this restaurant epitomizes traditional French and Quebecois cuisine and features Victorian and rustic-style interiors. Fresh, regional ingredients comprise the menus.
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.
XO Le Restaurant
Located in the historic St. James Hotel, this elegant, fine-dining establishment features a menu of regional specialties made with the highest quality, locally-produced products. Sophisticated dining and extensive wine selections are available to visitors.
Located on the main floor of Montreal's Museum of Contemporary Art, this restaurant interprets the flavors of Quebec through use of fresh, artisanal products from the region. The bistro is open for lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Saturday and features a fixed-menu dinner option on Friday evenings.