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Cheesy doesn’t even begin to describe the delightful cuisine at Restaurant La Raclette, Montréal’s go-to for traditional Swiss raclette, fondue and grilled cuisine.
This delightful BYOW resto featuring Swiss and European cuisine has been bringing people together over cheese, bread and wine for some 30 years. Located in the Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood, just steps away from the Laurier metro station, it has garnered numerous accolades, from locals as well as visitors, year after year.
In addition to its oh-so cheesy specialities, La Raclette offers a variety of seasonal European dishes, including pot-au-feu of duck leg, saucisson Vaudois and pork breast with seasonal vegetables, Zurich-style sliced veal smothered in cream sauce, and hot-stone grilled eats, such as La Pierrade Surf & Turf featuring beef, pork, shrimps, scallops, and raclette cheese. Desserts are out of this world, with Chef Selven Nellatamby outdoing himself with creations the likes of Zuger Kirschtorte, a Kirsch-infused cake that will blow your mind.
The charming European-style dining room sets the scene for a pleasing dining experience between friends or family because after all, raclette and fondue is all about sharing! In addition to a beautifully-appointed terrasse, the restaurant offers a private room for groups up to 25 people.
Sun, Wed, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Thu, Fri, Sat, 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Closed: Dec 24, 25 and Jan 1.
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