You can eat well while eating simply (and affordably) at this classic bistro with contemporary flair.
Not at lunch anyway.
The first in a series of conversations between two critic-friends about affordable table d’hôtes at luxe establishments.
With a new chef and focus on night service, this Outremont spot persists with great dishes and drinks.
Jérémy Daniel-Six and Sophie Duchastel de Montrouge’s restaurant applies French technique to Asian ingredients.
Can you fall in love with a sandwich?
This new St-Henri spot specializes in Peruvian-Japanese dishes to please both the tapas and meat-and-potatoes crowds.
This humble BYOB is the place to gorge yourself on pupusas, paella and steak.
Fantôme’s sister restaurant is a triple threat when it comes to food, wine and service.
The menu, prices and post-apocalyptic design of this hidden downtown hotspot will surprise you.