Damas, an upscale Syrian restaurant located on Van Horne Avenue is worth trying out. You will be charmed by the Oriental decor and most impressed by their refined and rich cuisine. This modern but authentic gastronomy will make your mouth water with all their specialties starting from the fattouche, the appetizing mouth-melting lamb leg to the cherry kebab. The blend of aromas and the tasting of the delicious preparations will make the experience worthwhile
Seasonal tasting menus for $110 per person (excludes taxes and service)Wine pairing available for 65$ (excludes taxes and service)Please contact the restaurant for details from Wednesday to Saturday as of 4 pm.
OPENS ON SATURDAY DECEMBRE 2ND*WALKIN ONLY*BELVU HORS-PISTE invites you to an incomparable experience, combining the excitement of the city with the warmth of alpine après-ski. Set atop a completely redesigned décor, this urban oasis transforms into an ephemeral ski resort for an unexpected escape.Spaces feature cozy fireplaces and patio heaters radiate pleasant warmth, while furs surround you, ensuring comforting warmth as you bask in the soft winter sunshine.Explore a variety of hot or refreshing beverages while enjoying a menu inspired by ski mountain culinary classics "the off-piste world tour" by Chef Kevin Mougin. Four times a week, the terrace comes alive with the bewitching sounds of DJs. For relaxing after work or celebrating with friends, the BELVU HORS-PISTE terrace offers a unique experience worthy of the vibrant energy of alpine après-ski.
Since 1997, Modavie Bistro invites you to taste a varied menu inspired by French classics. Spawning two floors with vintage ambiance in the heart of Old Montreal, you can hear live bands play every night as well as during weekend brunch.
Hoogan & Beaufort's cuisine is detailed, meticulous and often described as delicate because of its choice of products and its finesse. Marc-André Jetté works on precise balances of flavors and textures. Uncompromising on quality, choice of products, taste and creative approach, the chef does not use any processed products. A cuisine that is constantly reinventing itself: refined, contemporary and that highlights local talent.
Legendary chef Daniel Boulud created his namesake Maison Boulud to reinterpret French classics. At his downtown Montreal restaurant, artisanal Quebecois products and local ingredients are used to craft modern dishes. The fine dining setting includes a cozy main dining room with a fireplace and a view of the open kitchen, a year-round greenhouse overlooking the Ritz-Carlton garden, an inviting bar, private dinings and two Summer terraces.
Visionary chef Marcus Samuelsson takes the traditional brasserie in exciting new directions. With an expansive third-floor terrace, this is Montreal’s hottest new destination to dine, drink and connect – from power breakfasts through to late-night cocktails.
The old is celebrated in new ways at Bar George, a modern-day rendezvous set in the grand heritage home once belonging to Sir George Stephen. Honouring the former resident’s roots, our chefs cook up contemporary takes on classic U.K. fare, spiked with Québécois quirks, while our bar pours time-tested drinks.
Inspired by the Montreal flag, Rosélys combines French elegance with English flair.Get ready for a memorable bistronomy experience from morning until night while savouring fresh produce.Rosélys is a friendly restaurant where you eat well and where you want to come back for any occasion.
Three delightfully decorated halls in the Empire style that dominated the Napoleonic era give the restaurant the intimate character that guests treasure. An exquisite cuisine, prepared with French savoir-faire and showcasing the finest fresh regional products.