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Great ambiance and wonderful service at this intimate setting in Old Montreal. The caramelized scallops are delicious, while the smoked lamb, and beets served with goat cheese are all great for starters. The Gaspe char on roasted cauliflower bed is another good choice, also caramelized one of the secrets of this haute-cuisine spot. A large selection of French and Italian wines are also available.
This cavernous, stone-walled restaurant features an Italian-inspired menu that includes a varied but restrained menu and a unique wine list. Appetizers include grilled shrimps with asparagus and a Caesar salad. An oyster bar, crab claws a la Provencal, and Catalan-style clams highlight the seafood focus. Notable main courses features chimichurri rib steak with home-style garlic mashed potatoes, or peperonata swordfish with a white bean ragout. Barroco also boasts a generous wine list, many of which are private imported wines.
This high-end bistro is set in a beautifully designed Victorian Mansion, and features the cuisine of chef and owner Jerome Ferrer. The a la carte menu includes selections like roasted hen that comes complemented with some asparagus tips and oozes subtle flavors of roasted garlic. Another must-try dish here is the beef sirloin which is served with quail egg with a side of flavored wild mushrooms. Utmost attention is paid towards presentation of all the dishes and their taste does complete justice to their appearance. If there is a special occasion coming up, a reservation here would only add immeasurably to your memories.