Le Jardin Nelson, situated in Old Montreal, offers the perfect setting for a romantic evening spent with a special someone. This French restaurant has a typical old world charm to it with a beautiful garden full of brightly colored flowers and a huge terrace overlooking the streets. The restaurant comes to life in the evenings with twinkling lamps that light up the place and render an ethereal beauty to it. The delectable food further enhances the appeal of this crêperie. The service is warm and friendly. Live jazz music is played here every day when it is in operation from mid-April to mid-October. The restaurant's timings depend on the weather, so it's advisable to make a call before you head there.
Located in the beautiful quaint city of St Benoit de Mirabel, Cabane à Sucre Au Pied de Cochon is a Canadian fine dining restaurant. Their 12 course menu is arguably one of the best in the country. The place is ideal for a family treat or a romantic getaway. In addition to food they have a lovely selection of French wines and spirits, which perfectly goes with the food. Booking is must over here as they have waiting all evenings.
In operation since the 1980s, Créme Glacée Bo-Bec is the go-to place for everyone craving a delicious ice cream. Known for its warm service, the place serves 24 exciting and original flavors of ice cream such as rose water strawberry and maple nougat, all homemade. It also offers the traditional soft ice cream, along with a few vegan options. Apart from the ice desserts, the shop also serves smoothies with fresh fruits, milk shakes, barbotine, wraps, homemade cornets, and ice cream sandwiches.
This small restaurant is one of the most favorite ones for Asian-food lovers. Pamika Brasserie prepares perfect and authentic Thai food. Their chef from Bangkok has brought along the real taste of local Thai cuisine to Montreal. The list of cocktails available also have a Thai touch. This restaurant offers very tasty, strong-flavored and beautiful looking food. The restaurant interiors and outdoor seating are designed to reflect Thailand culture, adding to the authentic dining experience. They also have special Thai Barbecue, the first of its kind, that is open only for summers.
Set in a cozy, intimate space with everyday objects from the owner’s childhood adorning the place, Montréal Plaza is a neo-brasserie that is sure to delight anyone who walks in through the door. Relish dishes like Beef Sashimi and Popcorn, Whelks Miso and Deer Heart. You can also indulge in a host of seafood delicacies like oysters, lobsters and shrimps and wash down the meals with a creative cocktail.
Ming Tao Xuan is a tea cafe which serves a huge variety of teas prepared in typical Chinese style. It has some vegetarian appetizers as well. Entire room is decorated with Chinese artworks and paintings. You can find beautiful Chinese and Japanese articles like tea cups, spoons, containers, etc. They also have beautiful jewellery made from local stones and beads. You can also check and order these items from their website. They deliver to almost all the parts of the world.
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.
Tiradito introduces a new fusion cuisine to Montreal called Nikkei food. A mash-up of Peruvian and Japanese delicacies, Nikkei cuisine was created way back in the late 1800s when Japanese immigrants first arrived in Peru. The brain child of renowned Nikkei cuisine chef, Marcel Larrea, this Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant offers diners a host of specialty dishes such as Ceviche Mixto, which features octopus, sea snail, leche de tigre and red onions, Smoked Salmon Causa, yellow potato and Chef's Kimchi that features homemade kimchi and amarillo pepper. This Peruvian brasserie is also known for serving up some interesting Pisco cocktails, organic wine and local craft beers. With red lighting and bar style seating, the restaurant offers a fun, exotic vibe that is perfect for a night out with friends.
Le Red Tiger is a pub located in Gay Village, Montreal, that offers up exciting Vietnamese cuisine food and a variety of drinks in an adults only space. The open-kitchen and dining area is bathed in dim red lighting, giving this resto-pub an intimate and sensual ambiance. Enjoy delicious items like the Beef Carpaccio, Shrimp & Sweet Potato Fritter, Savory Vietnamese Coconut Pancakes and Autumn Rolls. Sample their signature Vietnamese inspired cocktails and you will definitely not be disappointed!
Cuisine Bangkok is known for its authentic recipes that are priced very reasonably. Established over 20 years ago, this Thai restaurant has been dishing out traditional Thai cuisine and pad Thai delicacies ever since. The favorites in the menu include Thai curry, pad Thai noodles and Thai basil chicken with egg. The ambiance is also very oriental with light pink walls, soft, golden lighting and paintings of flowers adorning the walls. Head over for a quick, pocket-friendly lunch; you will not regret it.