A tribute to Charles 'Joe Beef' McKiernan, a 19th-century working-class hero, the restaurant, hidden in vibrant Little Burgundy, remains at the forefront of trends.
Appreciated by gourmets and the city's top chefs, this casual bistro offers a revisited French cuisine menu that is renewed daily. Start your meal with a half-dozen oysters or foie gras en croûte (in a crust) with a spiral of Quebec honey. Continue with a succulent steak served with thick chips. Try the house specialties: spaghetti with lobster and char-grilled shoulder of lamb.
Dine in the garden, surrounded by some of the vegetables and herbs used in the dishes on the menu. The atmosphere is light, with dim lights, rustic tables, and a slate displaying the wines. Not to be missed.
2491, rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Montréal, QC H3J 1N6
+1 514 935 6504
Menu: from 65 CAD