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The beautifully-lit restaurant with white curtains can be spotted easily on Notre-Dame West street. Quattro was started by three chefs from different parts of Italy and they were very successful in getting the native flavors in Montreal. The restaurant has elegant interiors with open, brick-like walls and neat, black tables and chairs. The place serves exquisite Italian food along with fine wine. This premium restaurant has won many awards and honors in a short span of time.
Previously located in the Ste-Helene old fort, the Festin du Gouverneur show is now presented at the Vauquelin restaurant in Old Montreal. This child-oriented attraction blends traditional Quebecois food with a rousing rendition of the province's history. Music plays a large part in the festivities with everything from bagpipes to traditional Quebec folk singing; kids will hardly know they are learning anything. Audience members participate in all the activities. The entire four-course dinner and show lasts about two hours. Reservations are essential. Refer to their website for the performance schedule and rates.
Situated in the Chinatown neighborhood, Joverse functions as a bar, while also serving French fare through its small plates. The decor has a contemporary elegance about it, with its exposed red brick walls and wooden floors. The environment is cozy, perfect for unwinding with a drink. There is a fair share of liquor, ranging from vodka, gin and rum, to whiskey, beers and wine. There are also several cocktails to suit your taste. The small plates offer a range of cheeses and mushrooms, and other dishes like the Duck 58 and the National Dish, can also be found on the menu. Frequented for business lunches, Joverse also works well for a quiet evening with friends.
If you are a meat lover, looking for a place where you can satiate a massive appetite then Lattuca BBQ is the place for you. From briskets, beef ribs to pulled pork and pork ribs, Lattuca BBQ is about all things meat. Served with a generous portion of BBQ beans, coleslaw or mac & cheese, their platters are heavenly to say the least. The meat is done to perfection thus leaving no room for complaints. To ensure no wastage, only a limited amount is cooked each day and the food tends to run out quickly, so be sure you arrive early!
If you wish to give your palate a break from the local cuisine head to Pho Bang New York, a quaint Vietnamese restaurant serving soulful food. This restaurant is a chain of the Pho Bang in New York and gives the same authentic taste as its American sister. From Tonkinoise soup, spring rolls, Bun Bo Hue to the beef soup and more, everything in Pho Bang arrives at your table in massive portions. Their taste suits the likes of kids and adults, which makes a visit to Pho Bang New York, a complete family experience. On a cold evening, a take out from them comes recommended.
Drop by for breakfast, lunch or just to satisfy that untimely hunger pang. With the Vieux-Montréal just a stone's throw away, the crowd mainly consists of tourists and also clerks and lawyers who drop in for lunch from nearby offices. Sandwiches made with the freshest of breads are on offer. Enjoy your coffee with a pick from the variety of pastries and pâtés available. Simple no-fuss American cuisine is featured on the menu consisting of three-course meals. A fixed-price menu is also on offer with entrées, such as braised veal and poached salmon to feast on. Tone down the heat in summer with an ice cream from this café - an eclectic range of flavors for you to choose from.