MTLàTABLE 2017 BYOW RESTAURANTS
For this 6th edition, MTLàTABLE counts 18 participating BYOW restaurants offering a wide range of cuisines, from Peruvian to French, North African and Asian. Pick a favourite bottle from your local SAQ and head to one of these for an unforgettable–and wallet-friendly–meal.
Bistro Le Smoking Vallée
Located in Saint-Henri, Le Smoking Vallée’s bistro flavours from tuna tartare to steak with blue cheese sauce, are sure to appeal to everyone.
La Khaima will transport you to North Africa and the warm, spice-filled flavours of Morocco and Mauritania.
Restaurant La Prunelle
La Prunelle opened in 1999 on popular and quaint Duluth Street on the Plateau Mont-Royal. The bistro-style menu includes dishes such as boudin, veal sweetbreads and a lemon cream with meringue.
Lannes et Pacifique
This popular Beaubien Street bistro’s colourful décor and market fresh cuisine makes it a beloved spot with a loyal following.
Salmon, duck or steak are some of the choices this classic restaurant is offering for MTLàTABLE, with their French onion soup as an appetizer option.
Located on Fleury Street, Le Millen offers a market fresh menu inspired by French cuisine and based on seasonal and local Quebec products in a very colourful and cheery décor.
Les Canailles is from the same owners as Monsieur B and offers an unpretentious Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in a relaxed ambiance. Try the grilled octopus or their famous foie gras burger.
Les Héritiers’ menu changes with the seasons. For MTLàTABLE, the menu includes dishes prepared with Québec duck and veal and a season-appropriate pumpkin crème brûlée.
Madre sur Fleury / Madre sur Masson
Peruvian restaurant Madre’s MTLàTABLE menu is inspired by the South American country and includes dishes such as Québec-porc chicharron and butternut squash custard.
The perfect Plateau restaurant for a romantic dinner or a meal with friends, Monsieur B’s menu changes with the seasons but is always delicious.
A BYOW French bistro located in the Plateau area, Prince has had great reviews since its opening. Its menu changes frequently and is always centered around fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Restaurant Carte Blanche
If you’re heading to Carte Blanche for MTLàTABLE, make sure you order the foie gras crème brûlée for your appetizer.
Kyomi has been offering a fusion Asian cuisine since 2008. Located in Lasalle, the local favourite has some Asian classics on its MTLàTABLE menu such as General Tao chicken and teriyaki salmon.
Restaurant La Raclette
La Raclette serves traditional Alpine dishes such as raclette and fondues. For MTLàTABLE the menu includes other Swiss specialties such as Zurich-style veal and stout braised pork accompanied by live music.
Restaurant La Rose des Sables
La Rose des Sables’ décor is worthy of a thousand and one nights and will transport you to the Mediterranean for an unforgettable evening of exotic flavours.
Restaurant Le Square
Located on pedestrian Prince Arthur Street, Le Square offers a generous bistro cuisine. Their MTLàTABLE menu includes many Québec products, notably a cheese election that shouldn’t be missed.
Located in Villeray, Tandem offers a creative cuisine rooted in the French tradition and based on seasonal market produce. Not sure what wine to bring with you? Call the restaurant and they will help you pick a bottle that pairs beautifully with your meal.
Mayssam Samaha, blogger
Mayssam Samaha is a food and travel writer and blogger. She travels the world in search of the next culinary discovery. From Iceland to South Africa, she’s already visited over 30 countries and there’s nothing she enjoys more than wandering around a farmers’ market in a foreign city.