Clocher Penché has laid-back European sophistication down pat. Its early presence in the bohemian St-Roch neighborhood has paved the way for other experimental, down-home restaurants to take form and it has a loyal local following. The shifting menu relies on regional terroir—from homemade cavatelli with lobster cream to blood sausage over grilled hearts of romaine. Service is efficient and friendly. Definitely save room for a dessert.