The restaurant was near empty so we worried. The food was okay, plenty for sure. The server was great and the patio was fine.
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ST Hubert ever since being bought out. There quality as dropped, as there food just taste's like Mr Mike. ( Microwave reheated!) Ordering on the phone for delivery is a nightmare. They continue to make errors by either missing certain items. They have become more...More
While I love St.Hubert, the Poutine on this day was not up to Quebec standards. The gravy had a different taste unlike the traditional hockey rink poutine you get. The prices, as well, were steep. Our server, Gabrielle, did a good job though and made...More
We arrived in Montreal around 6pm after a long drive and were looking for somewhere close to the hotel to have dinner at. We walked past this place and decided to stop in. We were seated at table next to the windows which was nice...More
We went last Saturday to Rotisserie Saint Hubert. We ordered from The Table d'Hote menu. Between the both of us, we ordered chicken noodle soup, chicken wings, chicken leg with mashed potatoes, Sriracha chicken breast with fries and of course the unlimited creamy coleslaw. Everything...More
This is comfort food for quebecquers. I went alone a tuesday evening in November, it wasn't very busy. Good quality food, nothing fancy, clean, nice, quiet lounge music and a small but good selection of beers.
When they say they cook their chicken for three hours, we didn't think we'd wait that long! People seated at the same time as us finished and left before we got our meal. Server was not apologetic, just avoided us. Food was just average. Price...More
This was our first experience of St Hubert, which we subsequently realised was a chain of fast-ish food restaurants in Canada. Overall, not a bad experience: the food was OK, portions were sufficiently large to satisfy all, the kids in particular enjoyed the desserts, which...More