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We had a really bad experience once at this restaurant, but since then, the restaurant has made it up to us with immaculate service. It has now become my favorite place to brunch.
Je ne suis pas allée à ce resto, j'ai juste appelé pour avoir des renseignements et on m'a répondu bête.. et raccrochée la ligne au nez. Alors, je n'irai pas. C'est bien beau avoir un resto, faut avoir la courtoisie qui va avec.
C'est un restaurant que je recommande parce que l'ambiance est chaleureuse. La place est très bien éclairée. le service est bon ainsi que la nourriture. La serveuse était sociable et très gentille. Ça donne le goût d'y retourner.
Je recommande ce restaurant. La nourriture est super bonne. Les oeufs bien faits, plat généreux et le service est rapide. En plus, c'est gratuit pour les enfants le samedi. Aucun problème de stationnement également. C'est sur que j'y retournerai.
I went there on a Tuesday morning around 0900. I don't know maybe their best staff doesn't work on Tuesday morning but my waitress was super cold, no smile, almost with an attitude. Almost. She was not rude. I heard her talk with an elderly couple close by and she was a lot more abrupt with them! I had the egg benedict with salmon. It was ok, nothing to write home about,. I had to wait a long time for the bill even though there were only 10 clients for 2 waitresses. I assume the weekend lineups are because kids under 10 eat free and because of the breakfast place vacuum in the area. Will not go back.
First of all, I want to say that This breakfast restaurant is one of the best one I have ever been too. It has a very delicious food. Everything on their menu is tasty. They have all kind of juice and shakes.
The crepes and hamlets are the best one ever in the entire Montreal area.
The staff is also very friendly and attentive. They are very welcoming.
And for all of you guys out there who want a good regular breakfast and lunch , this is the place to go.
*I recommend it best for those who want to eat and dine their breakfast and lunch with dear ones in a clean and chic place.
It is definitely the most clean restaurant in the entire Quebec that I can guarantee. The ambiance is very romantic and peaceful. It is definitely a place where you would not ever regret your food and your tip.
I have heard that it is quite famous among Montreal based celebrities.
I would give it a 5 out 5 star. *****
Breakfast places probably offer the best meal value in Montreal. And with the closing of Picasso next door on St-Jacques two years ago, there was a breakfast vacuum in this part of town. So when Eggsfrutti opened earlier this year, I had to try it.
Located on a very industrial / commercial stretch of St-Jacques, the restaurant features tall ceilings and a marevelously stylized decor. It looks like they invested a mint in renovations, as the restaurant would not look out of place in South Beach. Will they ever recoup that investment? Hmmmm......
Parking is plentiful and free in their own lot. There are line-ups at peak weekend breakfast times , which leads to my only issue with the restaurant's physical layout: the waiting area. It is cramped and situated between two dining areas - along with the attendant wait staff traffic running by with trays full of food. It's an accident waiting to happen, and while waiting, I almost left after a couple of near misses.
Once seated, you are presented with a vast menu featuring over one hundred breakfast choices. The staff seems shorthanded, as wait times are long for almost everything. As I am a pancake lover (as opposed to crepes), I inquired about having pancakes and not crepes. The waiter replied that "it's all the same, the kitchen makes no difference between the two". Excuse me!?! When a breakfast specialty place tells me that pancakes and crepes are the same, there's a problem. What are they going to tell me next, that scrambled eggs and easy over eggs are the same?
I ordered a complete breakfast (with a crepe or pancake - what's the difference, right?) The food was OK, but again my number one gripe at breakfast restaurants in Quebec: We are the world leading producers of maple syrup. Why do you give customers Aunt Jemima corn syrup?
Perhaps the restaurant is still undergoing some growing pains (staff problems), but the menu/food issues are structural and won't go away by themselves. Like a ditzy South Beach starlet, this restaurant has a lot of eye appeal but little content.