Montreal Restaurant Guide: Gia

“Gia’s unlikely location, in a squat cement building behind a Home Depot, might not seem like an obvious place to open a restaurant, but it’s living proof that if you do things well, people will come.”

Montreal Restaurant Guide: Leméac

“The boudin is a cult classic and the onglet keeps pace with the best in the city, but the Pain Perdu, cut nearly three inches thick, sauced with maple syrup and topped with dulce de leche ice cream — that, you can hang your hat on.”

Fine dining is dead. Long live fine dining

We spoke with Marcus’s Jason Morris, Beba’s Ariel Schor and veteran food writer Lesley Chesterman — and tried out Quebec City’s renowned le Continental — to get some insight into the supposed end of an era for restaurants.