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Come try our tasting menu at $55 and enjoy the night with 4 tasting glasses of saké for +$26.
Menu available every night.


MÉGA Top most « kids-friendly » restaurants


“Carolane proposes KYO Bar Japanese. A Japanese restaurant where children are served as normal humans? Oh yes! The waitress was super fast when she realized that my daughter would eat a second dish of tofu (it’s so good) and the desserts are worth the trip alone! They have booster chairs too!”
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Où manger les meilleurs sushis à Montréal?


“Kyo is not a restaurant totally dedicated to the art of sushi, but those found on the menu are so good that the establishment of Old Montreal deserves its place in this list. The gai-jin makis is particularly good, otherwise, we go to share a platter at the choice of the chef accompanied by a good sake.”
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These 21 Montreal Restaurants Ranked Best In Canada


” Montreal is home to many amazing people, sights and events. We are a leader in entertainment and arts. We have the biggest, most bad-ass music festival in Canada, and we easily have some of the most amazing restaurants to thirst over. ”
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Montréal, 2e ville canadienne préférée pour sortir


“À Montréal, on sait comment faire la fête. Ce n’est pas pour rien que 21 établissements de la métropole figurent au palmarès des 100 meilleurs restaurants où sortir le soir au Canada d’OpenTable.”
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21 restaurants de Montréal parmi les 100 meilleurs au Canada


“Une fois encore cette année, le site de réservation en ligne OpenTable vient de dévoiler la liste des 100 meilleurs restaurants au Canada.”
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21 restaurants parfaits pour sortir entre amis le week-end


” À Montréal, ce n’est certainement pas les restaurants qui manque! Toutefois, même s’il y en a des centaines et des centaines, c’est toujours difficile de s’entendre sur un endroit lorsqu’on veut organiser une soirée entre amis pour un anniversaire ou encore tout simplement pour passer du bon temps ensemble (…) Bref, pour t’aider, on a décidé de te partager les 21 meilleurs restaurants à Montréal où sortir pour une soirée.”
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Our associated restaurants


Brasserie française
Inspired by Paris’s golden-era brasseries, Brasserie 701 welcomes you in a chic decor with its grandiose neo-classical architecture and a lively ambiance. The kitchen serves French brasserie classics from breakfast through supper every day, with brunch served on weekends.


Bar + Pizzeria
A favorite among Old Montreal diners, BEVO Bar + Pizzeria boasts traditional Italian cooking with signature twists, original cocktails and, of course, authentic, wood-fired pizzas. Two expansive floors, a fully stocked bar and a DJ every Thursday through Saturday evening keep things lively until late into the night.


Brasserie Montréalaise
Local and fresh is the key in this kitchen filled with the finest Quebec products and the very best meat and fish. Maggie Oakes offers simple and artfully prepared dishes in a manner that showcases the quality and flavour of the ingredients. The dining room features a fully stocked raw bar, a dry-aging cabinet for AAA Canadian beef and an in-house vertical garden for herbs and sprouts.


Bar, brasserie and grill
AAA quality Angus beef, a delicious raw bar, a high variety of artisanal cocktails and a different musical atmosphere awaits you at every visit — Méchant Boeuf delivers on all fronts! For 10 years, this Old Montreal hub has been a staple and this institution will definitely charm everyone. Old Montreal’s mischievous side has never tasted this good.
Montreal’s mischievous side never tasted so good!


French bistro in a jazzy atmosphere
Seven nights a week, live local bands take the stage at Montreal’s hottest jazz bar and bistro. Modavie’s spirited setting encompasses two intimate floors and sets the scene for a night of great tunes, top dining and generous pastis toasting. The bistro’s far-reaching wine menu hits just the right notes and helps round off succulent lamb, fish, beef, duck and inspired pasta dishes.


A gourmet tavern where you will feel just like home
Gaspar’s kitchen serves up fresh, pub-style cooking and wide variety of local beers and spirits. The menu: soulful staples, original cocktails and friendly service in a classic tavern setting. The space, originally a 19th-century warehouse, preserves much of its old-school furnishings but with a few novel kicks. And come summer, it welcomes the warm weather with its big terrace on rue de la Commune.


AAA beef, seafood and perfect for large groups
More than a restaurant, it’s an institution: quality AAA aged beef, cooked to perfection, for over three decades. You’ll love the classic atmosphere, warm and welcoming. The restaurant is situated directly on St. Paul Street in a beautiful, century-old structure. Inside, you’re greeted by old stone walls, wood floors, cozy fireplaces and an attentive staff.


Sophisticated and accessible contemporary cuisine
Inspired by Montreal’s eclectic gastronomic scene, the menu offers comforting dishes showcasing local products.
No matter the season, Verses Bistro showcases what local merchants have to offer. Hence, freshness is the essential ingredient in each plate.
As for the wine selection, the sommelier introduces us to a rich variety of notes and flavors, with a diverse and carefully selected wine list.