Comfort Inn South Shore
96 boul. de Mortagne
Boucherville, QC J4B 5M7
Phone: (450) 641-2880
Fax: (450) 641-2677
Located near the Botanical Gardens, Biodôme and Olympic Stadium, this family-owned restaurant has been catering to customers for three generations. It's not surprising, considering the quality of its food, congenial atmosphere and reasonable prices. Dishes include many Italian staples, such as various pastas and pizzas. The house specialty is Lamb Francesco named after the original owner.
This Parisian-style bateau mouche offers a beautiful way to see the sights of waterfront Montreal. The 60 and 90 minute day cruises afford views of everything from La Ronde to the Olympic Stadium. Dinner cruises head further downstream toward the Parc des Îles de Boucherville, providing a romantic and scenic getaway. The meals are catered by the chef-owner Louis-François Marcotte from Simpléchic Traiteur. All cruises leave from the Quai Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal.
Owned by Cedric Alexander, Les Coudes Sur La Table is a cozy bar and eatery that ensures that you have a good time here with your friends. Their selection of wines is extensive, including popular French names like Chablis, Muscadet and Chardonnay, among others. Lunch and dinner primarily includes French dishes, such as pork tenderloin, marinated salmon, grilled flank steak and braised lamb shoulder. The ambience consists of brightly lit interiors, which have red and cream walls. With a great selection of wines and dishes, Les Coudes Sur La Table is loved by connoisseurs and gourmands alike.
Even gamblers have to eat, and there's no better place to indulge than this posh yet friendly restaurant in the Casino de Montréal. The décor is dominated by immense columns and high windows; everything is giant here, including the sumptuous chairs. Chef Jean-Pierre Curtat presides over a menu of French standards, from a foie gras appetizer to seafood and red meat main courses. The service is exemplary, and the wine list extensive and expensive.
Café Extase is a chic little bistro in the eclectic Villery area. With its comfortable leather seats, high ceilings, and lovely cloth napkins, it's definitely more refined than your regular coffee shop. One of the perks is the copious daily French Canadian breakfasts with choices of omelets, sausages, crepes, fresh fruits, English muffins and more. Unpretentious meals for an unpretentious cost.
One of Montreal's best known bistros, this bright and breezy restaurant packs in appreciative hordes for its blackboard menu of French classics. The crowd is boisterous, casual and convivial, the service is upbeat and professional. The reasonably priced and rotating menu includes wonderful appetizers like warm goat cheese with salad, and main courses running a fairly narrow gamut from rabbit stuffed with wild mushrooms to smoked breast of duck with melon jelly, vegetarians might find themselves a little short on options.
Dame Tartine is a cute, perfectly Québécois breakfast restaurant. Each plate is served along with boundless cups of coffee and homemade apple sauce. Smoothies, fresh fruit and huge breakfast options are the way to go when eating at Dame Tartine's. Nestled in the village, close to the Champlain Bridge, a meal here is a perfect start to a day on the town. With its cozy checkered tablecloths and wonderful service, Madame Tartine's is sure to please for breakfast or lunch! -Williamina Deneault
Ô Chalet is a cozy country-style restaurant, with wooden accents, comfortable soft benches and a warm décor. Serving French-inspired cuisine made with fresh local ingredients, their menu changes along with the seasons. The dishes are traditional with a modern twist. Highlights include the red tuna tataki appetizer with green olives, yellow tomato, gin granita and cucumber gel, or their version of Fish and Chips made of salmon in chickpea flour with a fluffy crepe. Ô Chalet is an ideal place to enjoy a gastronomic experience in a fun atmosphere among family and friends. The restaurant also caters to groups and can host private events.
At Le Saloon, the ambiance is just as important as the food & drink served. Complete with a disco-ball & psychedelic lights, this resto-bar gives you the feeling of having landed in a high-end nightclub. Added to this already nightclub-like atmosphere are some of the hottest DJs in town. On the menu is 'Asian Fusion' cuisine, as also an extensive cocktail & wine list. The terrace is a great place to sit & enjoy what this hangout has to offer.
This cozy East End neighborhood restaurant wears its Quebecois heart on its sleeve, or rather on its menu. It is a family affair here, and the kids are welcome to share in the festivities. You cannot go wrong with an all-day breakfast menu and genuine Quebec culinary specialties such as Meatball Stew and Shepherd's Pie. Throw in an inexpensive pitcher of locally brewed beer and the experience is complete. It's a little-known Montreal institution.
Open for all 24 hours, all week long, Le Resto du Village on Rue Wolfe is a haven for hungry nocturnal party animals and graveyard shift-workers of the Latin Quarter. Offering an eclectic menu of scrumptious Bistro items, the place is quite famous for its breakfast and brunch preparations. Dominated by crepes and poutines, the wholesome menu also features legendary club sandwiches which are quite the local hits. No matter what time of the day it is, if you're feeling peckish, Le Resto du Village will always have something or the other to appease you!
Comptoir21 is one of the best places to enjoy the classic Fish & Chips. With three locations in the city, this diner is a local favorite. Their signature Fish & Chips are masterfully fried to perfection, and are a must try. Other specialties on their menu are Poutine, Calamari Fry with home-made sauces, Steak Sandwich and Fish Burger. The vintage and nautical-inspired decor create a vibrant ambiance.