Stopped in for a light lunch. Had the mussels, they were nice but.... my Guinness was flat. My son had a ceaser salad which was very good
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Went to this restaurant with family on a Saturday night March 18th, it was quite busy. We were seated upstairs, we were a small group. Lone server upstairs, she was a bit frazzled. I was told that they had great mussels at that restaurant, alas...More
Went with some friends on a busy weekend around 8 pm. The terrace was very crowded but we were very lucky that there was a few tables remaining. The tables are quite close to each other but we didn't have any issue with the noise...More
Thank you for your comments, we always appreciate when our guests take the time to let us know what we do well and what we can do better! After reading your concerns with the chicken brochette, we have decided to review our recipe and make...More
I only go to Chez Vincent for burgers! So I don't go there very often and I cannot say much about the other plates. All I know is that they have awesome service, great Vincent's Burger and a pretty place! I wish it was forbidden...More
I needed a quick bite before attending an event in Longueuil, so I stopped in and picked just the onion soup, which was very good.There was a choice of cheese. The place was pretty full early Saturday.
One thing I want to mention - I do not speak french. Our waitress spoke VERY little English. We both had hamburgers, it was the easiest thing to order. I'm sure there were waitresses whom spoke English but we were on our own trying to...More
Pizza, mussels. Atmosphere of relaxation. Small terrasse, no too on the street, with flowers and clean tables. The service is friendly and sympatic..
Perfect for lunch/dinner on a brisk Montreal day. Menu choices were hearty, comfort-food selections including pea soup, sandwiches, stews, and the ubiquitous poutine. The beer was cold, the service friendly, casual and unobtrusive. Prices were very reasonable and portions huge. Recommended!