My sister in law choose this restaurant for a saturday night out with the kids. The chef is american and worked with Mario Batalli in New York City at Lupa restaurant. Apparently he fell in love and followed his heart to Montreal to open a restaurant here. It's a cute small restaurant. We started with a salmon tartar which was actually very very good. The kids had caesar salad which to me was ok not as delicious as I expected. I had a green salad which I also found ok. The boys had a half portion of bolognese spaghetti. It was very lovely. My daughter had the papardelle with mushrooms and a veal stock sauce. It was decadent and apparently their signature dish! It was actually a memorable dish. For dessert, I had a chocolate caramel cake with cranberry dryed fruits sprinkled . It was actually a creative delicious dessert that the waitress recommended and Im glad I took her advice because I was actually very surprised how delicious it was. The service started off good but towards the end I found it was a bit slow for the coffee and to get our invoice to pay.
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