Spring is upon us and with it comes the wonderful Holiday, Easter. We've put together the best meal options for you and your loved ones for this Holiday. The restaurants have designed menus that will be available from April 2nd to 4th for take-out and/or delivery.
Authentic Parisian brazier on Laurier Street, they are renowned for offering the best of French classics. Discover their 5-course menu at $ 75 per person. They take orders by phone from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and you can pick them up from April 1 to 4 at the restaurant. Here is an overview of the menu: a rillette, a cream of green peas and parsnips, a duck liver mousse with Armagnac, an old-fashioned veal blanquette, and a verrine of chocolate mousse. A pleasure to savor as a family or as a couple!
This delicatessen in the Mile-End offers you the option of buying everything you need to build your Easter menu or the possibility of having their 4-course menu for $ 38 per person. Cream of mushroom, a Matane shrimp salad, a pulled beef Parmentier with port, and an orange crème brûlée are all included in the menu available for ordering. Here are other items that you can choose from on the menu; a platter of mimosa eggs with smoked salmon, a 4 p.m. rosé leg of lamb, a lamb shank, or Iranian beluga caviar.
Newly renowned Italian restaurant Cantina Nora Gray offers a great choice of wines with excellent Italian dishes. Many would say that this is one of the best Italian addresses in town! They offer a 4-course menu for two at $ 75 or for four at $ 145. This home-warming menu consists of a ricotta pie, lamb shoulder, as well as an almond paste and ricotta cake. Everything is available to order until Friday, April 2nd at noon on their website.
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Newly installed in Little Italy, this restaurant, which is owned by Marc-Olivier Frappier and chef Jessica Noel is a must for both its wines and food. Two meal formats are available for Easter, one with snow crab for $ 95 and another with piglet ham from Gaspor farm smoked with maple wood for $ 50. Orders will be ready for April 2nd-3rd
For fans of Italian cuisine, this is a must-have since 1998! They designed a menu for 4 people at $ 160 specifically for the occasion. Start your meal with a cold appetizer of beet salad; continue with a hot starter of Brussels sprouts; then a service of Conchiglioni pasta; the main course porchetta and to finish in style, a soft peanut cake with truffles. Book your family meal quickly, you don't want to miss it!
This restaurant located in a 160-year-old house in Pierrefonds, has a menu that combines fine market cuisine with high French gastronomy. For only $ 35 per person, get two starters, the main course, and a dessert. Choose your meal between braised lamb shank in red wine, saddle of rabbit, salmon fillet with basil pesto, squash ravioli with cashew nuts, or their seafood gratin. Visit their website or by call them to order.
Moleskine is an Italian restaurant highly renowned for its excellent pizzas. Chef-owner Frédéric St-Aubin offers you a 3-course Easter menu to share for 2 at $ 80. It is possible to adapt the portions for 4, 6, or even 8 people (subject to notice depending on the quantity). With 3 services, start with the marinated salmon in sweet peppers, continue with their lamb and cauliflower cannelloni au gratin and finish in style with their pot of chocolate and coffee cream. You can order now and this meal will be available for take-out or delivery from April 2nd-4th.
A staple of the Montreal culinary scene, they have also prepared a box for Easter. Table d'hôte for 2 people at $ 135 available for pick-up from April 2nd to 4th or for delivery on April 2nd and 3rd. Your meal will consist of: six cold jumbo shrimp, lettuce and fine beans, double ham rib with pineapple, marinated potatoes, cocktail sausages, roasted Nantes carrots, and a chocolate-Chartreuse charlotte dessert! All homemade with local seasonal products.
Small bright restaurant located in the Mile-End, it is with pleasure that I present their Easter menu to you. You can order your box on their website and pick it up at the restaurant. There is even the possibility of adding a bouquet of tulips! For $ 40 per person, you will have an endive salad with homemade cream cheese, a rabbit stew "biscuit" and a dark chocolate pie.
From April 2 to 5, this Italian restaurant is offering a lunch and dinner menu for the occasion. Lunch is $ 45 per person while dinner is $ 90 per person. For lunch, find a seafood chowder, a green bean salad, porchetta, and a Neapolitan cake. For the evening meal, there will be, among others: a fish carpaccio, a burrata, and bottarga, a Venetian salad, a leg of lamb, and a golden pistachio pie. Place your order by phone, email, or directly on their website.
A few restaurants on the outskirts of Montreal have also designed menus for the occasion.
People of Mascouche and surroundings, enjoy this Quebec terroir bistro. They've got you a brunch box for Easter for two at $ 55 or four at $ 100. It will contain an omelet with candied tomatoes and Parmesan, potatoes, homemade pulled ham, bacon, breakfast sausages, jams, bread from the Bread Shop, and more! Order before March 28 to have your meal on April 1st-2nd or 3rd!
This restaurant located in the Sheraton Laval will have two menu types for Easter: brunch and a lunch box. Note that they have lunch boxes for children (0 to 12 years old) at $ 20. As for the meal, it is made up of 4 courses: Parma ham antipasto; tagliatelle with shredded candied lamb shank; the main meal (3 choices possible) and a sponge cake with ercabomme syrup, all at $ 75 per person. The brunch box has several services including a grilled octopus with balsamic vinegar, a salmon, lime & coconut tartare, and Nutella donuts, to name a few. All this for two people at $ 70. Call them or visit their website to reserve your meal!
We hope that these suggestions will allow you to have a great time with your loved ones and reconnect over a good meal!