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Le Club Chasse et Pêche Restaurant Bar Salon - 423 Saint-Claude Street
Connoisseurs of fine cuisine will be happy to know that one of the best dining establishments in Montréal, Le Club Chasse et Pêche, is participating in this year’s edition of MTLàTABLE. Gourmands will certainly enjoy this reputable restaurant with impeccable service.
Le Muscadin - 443, rue Saint-Vincent
This old school restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine served by a friendly and knowledgeable staff in an unpretentious and elegant ambiance. Québec ingredients such as local cheeses are highlighted on their MTLàTABLE menu.
Boris Bistro - 465 McGill Street
French-inspired Boris Bistro is the only restaurant in Québec with a “Gluten-Free Certification”. It is also has one of the most beautiful terrasses in town with tables sprinkled in a large courtyard dotted with mature trees and hidden from the bustle behind some of Old Montréal’s charming grey stone façades.
© Alison Slattery - Two Food Photographers
Modavie - 1 Saint-Paul Street West
Modavie’s lively jazz bands take over their two intimate stages every night of the week. Dine in a lively atmosphere while enjoying the market fresh, French and Mediterranean inspired menu.
NELLi café + vin nature - 104 Saint-Paul Street West
Authentic brick walls, lush foliage and a cozy ambiance is what awaits diners at NELLi, that and a menu made of delectable dishes to enjoy with a glass of natural wine.
Maison Saint-Paul - 343 Saint-Paul Street East
If oysters with foie gras, surf and turf and a decadent crème caramel are the makings of your dream dinner, then book a table at Old Montréal’s Maison Saint-Paul where you can also learn to saber a bottle of bubbly.
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Perché - 153 Saint-Amable Street
Perched high above Old Montréal and Place Jacques Cartier, Perché’s cozy and lush terrasse is one of the loveliest. The menu is California-inspired and offers healthy yet delicious options.
Ikanos - 112 McGill Street
Mediterranean restaurant Ikanos’ food is always delicious, fresh and authentic. Their fish and seafood inspired cuisine is best enjoyed on their lovely terrasse for a bit of virtual travelling.
Bevo - 410 Saint-Vincent Street
Set in a historical Old Montréal building, Bevo serves authentic Italian pizzas cooked in a wood-burning oven. Their MTLàTABLE menu includes a choice of pizza, of course, as well as other Italian dishes.
Maggie Oakes - 426 Place Jacques-Cartier
Lovely Maggie Oakes’s cuisine is market fresh and features local and seasonal products. You can indulge in the raw seafood bar located in the dining room or enjoy the wall of fresh herbs and shoots. Their MTLàTABLE menu offers many choices starring Québec’s best ingredients and their patio on Place Jacques-Cartier is a great spot to linger and relish in some people watching.
For more Old Montréal restaurants, head to the MTLàTABLE website here.
Ibérica - 1450 Peel Street
Ibérica serves a contemporary Spanish cuisine in a stunning décor in the heart of downtown Montréal. Iberian ham fritters, seafood paella, and more festive dishes are on the menu for MTLàTABLE.
Pullman - 3424 du Parc Avenue
Pullman is one of Montréal’s best wine bars, with over 400 bottles available by the glass on their wine list. Their wallet friendly, 3-course MTLàTABLE menu includes scrumptious snacks such as Gaspésie shrimp rolls and a pavlova made with local berries.
Labo culinaire - 1201 Saint-Laurent Blvd.
Labo culinaire has always been one of the most creative restaurants in town. With a farm-to-table philosophy, every dish on their menu will take you on a discovery of the provinces best ingredients. Pair your meal with one of their natural wine bottles or a local craft beer or cider.
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Renoir - 1155 Sherbrooke Street West
Hochelaga Oyster mushrooms, Marieville duck foie gras, Québec red fruits and more local ingredients are featured in every course of this classic French bistro.
Le Boulevardier - 2050 Mansfield Street
Le Boulvardier’s Chef Samuel Sauvé is trained in Michelin-starred establishments and brings his unique flair to the table. Local suckling pig and lobster as well as a platter of Québec cheeses are all on the menu for MTLàTABLE.
Restaurant Kamúy - 1485 Jeanne-Mance Street
Haitian chef Paul Toussaint specializes in Caribbean cuisine and has included his popular jerk chicken on the menu for MTLàTABLE.
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Fiorellino Snack Bar Ristorante - 470 De La Gauchetière Street West
Fiorellino serves beautiful Italian cuisine and delicious pizzas in a welcoming contemporary decor. Their 3-course MTLàTABLE menu highlights their specialties, which include a decadent tiramisu for dessert.
Restaurant Devi - 1450 Crescent Street
If authentic Indian cuisine is what you’re looking for, then Devi is the place to go. Their MTLàTABLE menu features a vast choice of dishes for you to choose from, including their famous cauliflower manchurian made with local Québec cauliflower, their butter chicken or their lamb roganjosh.
Rosélys - 900 René-Lévesque Blvd. West
Chic restaurant Rosélys is located inside the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel. This dining experience is sure to be memorable and will feature local products with each course, from the salmon in the appetizer to the strawberries in the dessert.
Sho-Dan - 2020 Metcalfe Street
Sho-Dan specializes in Japanese cuisine. Whether you’re eating on site or ordering take out for MTLàTABLE, the menu features courses from gyoza for appetizers to fish-forward main dishes highlighting some local ingredients.
For more downtown restaurants, head to the MTLàTABLE website here.
Head to www.mtlatable.org to check out the list of participating restaurants and follow MTLàTABLE on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Don’t forget to use the official event hashtag, #MTLaTABLE, in your tweets and Instagram photos.