Chef S'Arto Chartier-Otis, a rising star on Montreal's culinary scene, revisits the classics and also crafts innovative and simple dishes with a festive, flavourful and unorthodox touch.
Une ambiance super, très agréable hiver comme été, et toujours là pour être décorer: Halloween, noël ou encore à la Pacques, ils savent ajouter cette petite touche d'originalité qui manque souvent à de nombreux restaurants ! Petit bémol tout de même le service peut être un peu lent; mais le diner en vaut le coup finalement...
La décoration est très agréable, entre moderne et rustique...
J'adore y aller pour le brunch du dimanche ou bien en soirée la semaine.
L'ambiance de la rue Bernard est au rendez-vous...
À découvrir : la terrasse en été !
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How disappointing our meals were,the chorizo Pogos were a great idea but the chorizo that is used really has no taste,the meals we had actually were either bland or tasted weird. The pate chinois had a weird taste because of the truffle oil. I love the taste of this oil but it really didn't go with the beef cheeks. The... more
The location of this restaurant is amazing. When you are on the terrace, you have a beautiful view on the St. Lawrence and the Victoria bridge. You can also take a walk on the path that goes through the L'Esplanade Park after your meal. We had a surprising sangria cocktail made out of watermelon, which we combined with the must-be-ordered... more
My husband and I went here on a Saturday night and got a table outside. The staff is very nice and attentive. I had a mojito and it was very good.For my main meal I had the Mac and Cheese with the lobster and my husband had the veal shank. Both were good but the portions were a little on... more