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Ordered poached eggs with smoked salmon. Got soft boiled eggs with coked salmon. Waitress was defensive instead of apologetic . Won't be going back... there are enough other breakfast places to choose from!
La nourriture était bonne pour le brunch. Par contre, après avoir mangé, l'hôtesse nous a invité à quitter en invoquant qu'il y avait des gens qui attendaient à l'entrée. Nous n'avons pas apprécier cette demande puisqu'on avait pas compléter notre rencontre. De plus, c'était la première fois qu'un restaurateur nous a demandé de quitter après avoir mangé. Très décevant.
This was not the first time my friends and I ate here. I even had private parties reserved here but service was alright/acceptable other times, but I have to say that the last 3 times we were here,the service was...not bad but really bad. Today was just the icing on the cake! The waitress not only looked unhappy and annoyed when we arrived but was cursing or passing comments as she was serving us! When we called her on it she would just say, oh I cursed cuz my neck hurts! Seriously!?!? Never gave us water, made mistakes in our order, luckily food is good there but not great. What makes the experience bad is the service, when you have someone who is unhappy when you're happy, really sucks. 3rd strike Cosmo! Never going back again. My friends and I had an awful experience...AGAIN!
Great West Island breakfast haunt...as evidenced by the out-the-door crowds of patrons lining up for their breakfast and brunch fixes.
Once seated, service is always prompt and friendly, portions are on the generous side, and the crepes are wonderfully tasty. Fruits and vegetables are always served fresh.
Pricing falls well within the realm of what you'd expect to pay for a like resto/bistro.
Nice surroundings. I didn't emjoy my seafood crepe which I found spomgy while the filling seemed full of white (flour) sauce but my son enjoyed his meal of breakfast meats, pancakes and waffles. The servings are substantial and the waitresses, though inattentive, were pleasant. They have a bar here.
Very busy resto so service sometimes suffers but the food is just AMAZING! Always enjoy my meal here and portions are big. Will go again and again!
I go to this breakfest resturent almost every sunday because it is amazing and the food. I always have pancakes or walfauls and they are amazing. My dad has a omlete and i eat it to it is terrific. My brother has otmeal and they are good but not the best. the service is amazing and they make kids feel great. There food is really good and tastes amazing.
the only problem with this place is that there prices are pretty high fro breakfest but there service and the qulity of food is amazing.
I would reccomend it for anyone.
This restaurant has a HUGE menu selection and portion sizes are considerable. After dining here many, many times, I can say the service is always consistently good, the food is always delicious and my guest and I are always satisfied when we leave. This restaurant is a little loud when busy, so I would not recommend for an intimate dining experience, however it is kid-friendly and can accommodate large groups.
I highly recommend for brunch as the crepes, pancakes and eggs are wonderful, however if you go for lunch, I can also say the chicken club sandwich with fries is a huge hit. Enjoy!
ive been a couple of times, i love the plates for some reason!lol well service not bad altho one of the times i went it was very slow and she gave me the wrong plate... but she was friendly and food is pretty good
Running a breakfast restaurant - which Déjeuner Cosmopolitain is - should be a simple matter. About 10 basic ingredients (eggs, bacon, ham, sausages, potatoes, coffee, fruit, toast and pancake batter) are combined in 101 combinations to please the client. There's no wine list, no bar, no fancy cooking - it's really Restaurant 101. Just make sure each table has coffee refills, sugar, jam and peanut butter - that's it! Why then are so many breakfast places off the mark?
Cosmopolitain looks promising at first glance. Its West Island location is easy to find, has lots of free parking, large clean bathrooms and the decor is attractive, if a bit dated. The tables are level (not wobbly) and the seats comfortable (Yes, I look at everything!). Service is fast and efficient. You are immediately greeted and even if there is a lineup, it moves quickly. The servers are plentiful and check in with you often to make sure all is well. Unfortunately, all is not well in the one area it should be - the food.
Cosmopolitain's menu is the largest breakfast menu in Montreal - and I've been just about everywhere. There are literally hundreds of combinations from A to Z. BUT, you can't have two eggs, bacon and two pancakes. You can have three eggs, baked beans, 40 types of omelettes, 10 types of Eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, smoked meat and eggs, you name it - but a simple combination that is not on the menu - NYET! The waitress simply shruggged her shoulders and said I'd have to order from the menu. Come on people, this is a BREAKFAST restaurant - how hard can it be to ask the cook to put two eggs, bacon and two pancakes on the SAME dish?!?! So I ordered from the menu: Two eggs, bacon and one pancake with "a mountain of fruit".
Aside from not being what I wanted, the dish was plain bad. Obviously, the management of Cosmopolitain has never travelled to the Rockies or the Alps, as their definition of a mountain is akin to a mole hill. The accompanying potatoes were a disgusting massive lump of refried mashed something or other that looked more at home in a Soviet gulag. And when I ordered real maple syrup (this is Quebec, for God's sake, stop serving used motor oil as maple syrup), a charge of $2.50 was added to my bill for a thimble of real maple syrup.
Sorry, Cosmopolitain. You've got the basics covered, but you fail in the execution. Where's Gordon Ramsay when you need him?
We went there to meet a group of friends for breakfast prior to a road trip and just wanted something very light. We asked for a tea, a coffee and two bagels with cream cheese. Waitress informed us that this was not possible and that we had to order from the menue. Result was that we got stuck with a bill for about $20 plus tip for a tea, a coffee, two toasted bagels with no butter or jam as requested (plus thin slices of unwanted swiss cheese and fruit garnish) all lost on two large square plates.
Food average, waitress service good, overall service poor, ambience average. Price ridiculous.
We will certainly never return. There are far better value for money places around.
I `ve been to this place 3 times: twice for breakfast and once for brunch.
What I liked: thir GREAT fresh-squeezed orange juice, their attention to detail ( their tap water is filtered!!! I asked ) , cleanliness , the bathrooms were clean ( YAY!!) , staff friendliness, menu selection was varied compared to a lot of breakfast places, they were accomodating when I wanted to change an item in my menu choice.
I had walnut-banana-cheese crepes that were super light ( and I usually don`t eat crepes) . I also had a mango-fruit - cheese cup that was a great choice for a light, yet filling breakfast. The fruits were very fresh and presentation was good. For brunch , I had a great grilled chicken ceasar salad. The chicken was tender and the greens were fresh and not a single one was wilted ( yes , I looked ) .
My friends had eggs, ham and their special house potatoes which were delicious.
What I didn`t like: the waiting area which was full of people and a little cramped ( it was too cold to wait outside). Regardless, we never waited more than 10 minutes and even if the line-up seemed daunting, everyone was seated.
This is easily one of my favorite breakfast places.