This is an excellent restaurant from every aspect. We arrived early on a Wednesday night in June and wondered why it was so empty. We had forgotten that the French, and apparently Montrealers, eat late. By the time we left, it was 80% filled.
First we ordered the Vin Maison rouge-- an excellent dry red from the Languedoc Region of south France. Then on to the full dinners--entree, main plate, and dessert.
We started with a vegetable soup and a eggplant dish -- both were excellent.
I had the lamb shank; Pat had the scallop de veau Normandie. Each was accompanied by an excellent selection of vegetables and small potatoes -- something you just don't find any longer is US restaurants. The sauces were outstanding, imparting a full flavored taste to the dishes.
Dessert was a coffee ice cream dish, again very tasty, accompanied with some of the best coffee we've every had.
The service was very good and most friendly. Just the right amount of checking on us to be sure everything was OK.
The bill for two for all the above including tax but not tip was $114, with the wine contributing $36 of that. Not inexpensive, but good value for this type of restaurant. Highly recommended.
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