This new restaurant from chef Normand Laprise of the city’s top restaurant, Toqué!, is fun, flirty, adventurous, and romantic; it wows us at every turn. Its location, in a unique all-glass box perched on a sidewalk in the city’s newly renovated fine-arts neighborhood, the Quartier des Spectacles, is right in front of the Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal. The food is spectacular: We love the garlic sea snails, pan-seared foie gras with candied fennel, strawberries, and popcorn, and the saucisse de Montréal (sausage) with quinoa salad. You can make a creative meal out of just the appetizers, charcuteries, and tartares. At night in warm months, a pool of water alongside the restaurant and the length of a city block has a “dancing waters” lightshow. The restaurant is extremely popular, so make reservations.
1425 rue Jeanne-Mance (near rue Ste-Catherine)
Our Rating Neighborhood Downtown Hours Sun–Wed 11:30am–10:30pm; Thurs–Sat 11:30am–11:30pm Transportation Métro: Place-des-Arts Phone 514/282-0808 Prices Main courses C$18–C$25 Cuisine Type Brasserie Web site Brasserie T
Map1425 rue Jeanne-Mance Montreal
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