We checked out the Mile End institution on a super busy night.
Cocktails, appetizers and pasta plates had us doing the al bacio hand gesture at this new spot in Verdun.
Hanhak Kim and Hiroshi Kitano’s second eatery applies French bistro and bouchon sensibilities to Japanese ingredients.
This charity endeavour offers champagne in exchange for a humble donation that can do a world of good for the homeless.
With a new chef and focus on night service, this Outremont spot persists with great dishes and drinks.
Too bad the international chain is lacking in sizzle.
Cocktails, hip hop and one outrageous dish come with dim sum at this slick post-club spot.
Jérémy Daniel-Six and Sophie Duchastel de Montrouge’s restaurant applies French technique to Asian ingredients.
Despite a few missteps, this spot has enough charm to justify the hype.
The fifth anniversary edition of YUL EAT is showcasing the work of Montreal’s figureheads in food through tasting stations, cooking demonstrations and masterclasses.