This is a typical Montreal foodie place. The wine list is quite good, the menu is very diverse and shows research and refinement. However, the portions are very small for such a steep price and some of the execution was less-than average (overcooked ris de veau and foie gras). This place is all about the sauces and vinaigrettes which are flavourful and well-balanced.
The ambiance with the wood and fireplaces are amazing.
The server was very nice, accommodating and present enough, but the kitchen did not deliver fast enough so it took 2.5h for a 3-course dinner, including dessert, no cocktails.
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