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lundi, 04 novembre, 2013
Ordered from this place twice.
First time the food arrived after an hour and a half wait, close to being cold and missing part of the order.
It was edible enough to give them a second chance.
Which we soon ended up regretting.
Yesterday we ordered from them again, after an hour and a half wait we called the place to ask where our food was, they said it would arrive within a few minutes, 2 hours in we called again just to find out they closed.
The food never arrived and it was too late to order from anywhere else.
Needless to say: No more chances will be given.
Hooray for decadence!
Highlight of the evening: Horse tenderloin + the most amazing mashed potatoes ever in the history of mashed potatoes.
Their Bloody Caesar comes with a shrimp and an oyster...Holy awesome Batman!
I'm a fan.
*stamp of approval*
A restaurant with a pub feel, rather chaotic service and smaller plates of food.
I enjoyed my dry-cured deer that came with sweet pickled bell-peppers, the Welsh rarebit was a disappointment however, especially for the price ($8 for what is basically greasy cheese on hard bread).
I also tried the pappardelle with boar ragout, that I really enjoyed a lot, it was a good idea to add the orange zest on there.
And btw, they make THE BEST Bloody Caesars here, the only other place I had an amazing Caesar like this was Buster's BBQ.
Overall the food is tasty, the service could be more consistent however.
I'd go back to try some more dishes and hang out at the bar and drink some spicy goodness.
The salad I had was tasty.
The sushi was very plain, and rolled poorly.
Nobody that works there smiles.
It's pricey (for what it is) and they only take cash.
Not a fan, very overrated imo.
If you like deep-fried Southern foods and picnics you're at the right place.
Order, drag your basket out to the park next door and stuff your face with things that will make you feel guilty afterwards (but during you don't care one bit).
Their fried chicken is my favourite and they also make a mean hushpuppie.
The best sushi I have (so far) found in Montreal, and that says something because I lived in Vancouver BC for 7 years.
The prices are good, it's fresh, well rolled, and the flavours are great.
They even offer sushi with rice & soy paper as a nori replacement.
Besides their sushi they also have great other dishes like their tuna steak or raw lobster sashimi.
The service can be a little slow at times.
Needless to say we go here often.
Great Italian restaurant in Old-Montreal, with super tasty pastas.
I absolutely loved my pappardelle.
They have a good wine selection as well.
The service was rather "Meh" at the start but got better later in the evening.
I will return here.
One of the best restaurants in Montreal to date.
Pricey but so worth it.
I've had the joy of eating here on numerous occasions, lovely fresh food, cocktails made with homemade ingredients, and the desserts...I could stuff my face with those pancakes & doughnuts all day.
Definitely worth a visit (or 8).
Yes the steaks here are amazing, but is it worth getting looked down upon by wait staff?
I honestly don't know the answer to that.
I will give it another try but if the service is this horrible again I will never come back.
I can spend my money at an establishment that doesn't snob around all day.
This place is a joke.
Maybe even an insult.
Bad, bland, cheap looking food that is severely overpriced.
I could get better at a random roadside diner & for much cheaper.
The bar area is loud as hell, why are there dining seats in an area where you will have to yell to talk?
The service is snobby.
I will never return and feel sorry for people who get dragged here.
Stay clear from the French onion soup, it's the worst I've ever had.
The lobster bisque was good.
Steaks are fine, but nothing outstanding, more seasoning is needed.
They did cook them properly (one rare one blue).
The service wasn't attentive, nobody really cared if we were having a good meal or needed another drink.
Surely not the best steakhouse in town, but will do in a pinch.