Parapluie Montreal Restaurant review

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Montreal Restaurant Guide: Parapluie

Inventive French fare from a trio of first-time restaurateurs.

The following is a capsule review of the Montreal restaurant Parapluie. To read the 2024 Montreal restaurant guide, please click here.

Parapluie

Inventive French fare from a trio of first-time restaurateurs. Occupying a nondescript white-bricked storefront on the corner of Beaubien and Clark, Parapluie’s classically elegant dining room is a delightfully unexpected addition to the neighbourhood. Chef Robin Filteau Boucher (ex-Chez Victoire) prepares sophisticated dishes like oeuf mayo au homard, beef tartare with artichauts barigoule and braised lamb saddle with peppery rocket in the central open-kitchen while co-owner Karelle Voyer (ex-Théophile) graciously greets regulars, works the room and pulls excellent bottles of wine from the carefully curated cellar. (44 Beaubien W.)

Montreal Restaurant Guide: Parapluie

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