Had one dinner here and while the food was mighty fine and the service was great, there was nothing spectacular about the place. Seems popular; their outdoor seating was hopping almost every night we were in town. But like everything in Montreal, it was a bit pricey for what we ordered, the bill was over $100 for 2 entrees and 2 drinks a piece. Had we ordered surf and turf, I wouldn't be surprised by the price. But modest chicken and pasta dishes don't usually come with a $100 final price tag. It's the taxes and the alcohol. Alcohol, in my opinion is the most overpriced item in the city and when you add the 15 or 18% taxes, you could very easily spend $11-$12 on a single pint. I used to party in New York City on the regular and you don't pay that for one drink even there. Bring your own if you can. The food was good, though, so if you're hungry, have at it.
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