Although well located in the Old Montreal, and one feels the warmth of this historical building I must say the rest was extremely disappointing.
Our first course was French onion soup, which was alright, then my partner had lobster and I had the confit ( duck leg ) and we both got stuck with dried out meals, I don't know how long they had these prepared in advance, actually my confit felt as though it had been reheated a couple of times, completely dried out and the tablespoon of sauce they served with it wasn't enough to give it any flavor. When finally the waiter came by after he saw our still full plates being taken away by the busboy, he said I can see you both ate well, to which I replied what was wrong with our meals, he said, while showing the rest of the room with his outstretched arm, that everyone else had been satisfied, meaning I must be wrong and probably don't have a good palet. I eat confit every 2 weeks and also make it, so I know confit and how it should look and taste like. As for my partner , he didn't enjoy his lobster either, and when he cracked the claw the meat was coming out in tiny shreds, now for those of you who eat lobster what would you say was wrong with this lobster ? Needless to say we didn't even want to try the desert , we just wanted to get out of that place and vowed never to return nor even think of recommending this restaurant. I wouldn't give any star to this restaurant and not even for the service since the waiter did argue with me.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.