Comfort Inn South
7863 boul. Taschereau
Brossard, QC J4Y 1A4
Phone: (450) 678-9350
Fax: (450) 678-4099
7863 boul. Taschereau, Brossard, QC, CA, J4Y 1A4
- Phone: (450) 678-9350
- Fax: (450) 678-4099
Sahib is a simple north-Indian restaurant located in West Island. The venue has a basic wine list, cocktails and both domestic and imported beers. The main dishes include a selection of seafood, chicken, lamb and beef plates, but Sahib also serves an extensive vegetarian selection. Try the Chicken Madras, or choose from the selection of tiger prawns. Check the website for varied lunch specials.
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.
One of Montreal's best known Italian restaurants, Da Emma is actually a transplant from Little Italy to Old Montreal; the tradition of fine cuisine hasn't suffered, even if the current setting is a former prison! It is run with a flair for the dramatic and an obvious love of food. In the Roman tradition, the menu eschews faddish components and sticks to the basics: classics like mozzarella salad and house antipasti, followed by meat-intensive pastas and other main courses. The terrace is wonderful in summer.
The simple dishes here at Le Hangar let the fresh ingredients shine as you dine on amazing Italian dishes. Le Hangar is located in a converted warehouse with chic and stylish decor. The restaurant is also well known for their weekend brunch. Don't skip dessert, their tiramisu sundae can't be missed!
This legendary tavern's original clientele was made up of Lachine dockworkers, and the kitchen still caters to carnivores with large appetites. The diverse clientele, seemingly endless tables, charming summer terrace and ruthlessly efficient service make this a consistent favorite. The justifiably renowned roast beef is prepared according to a secret family recipe and served in sizes ranging from six ounces to a ponderous 20 ounces. Other notables include an enormous platter of beef ribs reminiscent of the Flintstones. The grilled salmon is a rare lighter entry.
Le Cartet is a bright, modern cafe that is always bustling with life and cheer. The crowd that is always lined up outside this casual eatery will give you a good idea of the kind of popularity and attention it has garnered since it opened its doors in 2002. The cafe serves a fine selection of light meals, snacks, desserts, pastries, smoothies and coffees, alongside a selection of wines and alcoholic beverages. Although food is served all day, the breakfast, brunch and lunch menus are available only during designated hours, so be sure to check those out depending on the meal you have in mind. Blueberry French toast, crepes with fresh fruit, Ham and Cheese croissants, and the beef tartare are especially good and prepared fresh. Perfect for a relaxed brunch on a lazy afternoon or a quick, light lunch on a busy day, Le Cartet will soon become your go to choice for every occasion.
Enjoy delectable smokehouse and barbeque favorites in a relaxed setting at Le Boucan, located in Little Burgundy. The menu offers an extensive choice of American-inspired smokehouse specialties including pork ribs, pulled pork guedille and grilled salmon among others. Their signature 5 Napkin Burger and Pit Boss platter are a favorite among patrons. Don't miss the scrumptious desserts on offer. The bar menu offers a premium choice of bourbons, whiskeys and other spirits. Exposed-brick walls, extensive woodwork and warm lighting create a cozy atmosphere in dining room. The outdoor terrace is an inviting affair in summers. The space is available for private events. Check website for more.
Bringing urban and rustic together at this contemporary restaurant, Le Local boasts a large dining room and terrace, with both modern and traditional design elements. A new smaller dining room was introduced, and a separate bar section also serves an appetizer menu of its own. The menu is speckled with a variety of organic fare including grain-fed grilled veal cutlets or milk-fed calf liver. Enticing desserts include homemade ice cream and sorbets, chocolate cheesecakes, and Le Fondant au Chocolat: a melting chocolate delight.
Mirchi is an authentic Indian restaurant set on a quiet street. The name is a reference to a type of chili, and it’s quite fitting, given the spicy aromas that characterize Mirchi. The decor is simple and elegant: a rustic brick wall accentuates white tablecloths and stylish chairs. The menu is reflective of Indian cuisine, vast and complex. A true feast for Indian food lovers, Mirchi offers everything from the classic butter chicken and achari paneer, to more creative dishes such as the flavorful pathia lamb with coconut and coriander, as well as no less than seven types of naan bread. Mirchi is a solid addition to the city’s flourishing Indian gastronomy.
Steak is the reason most people go to this restaurant in Old Montreal; it is a popular attraction for both tourists and locals to enjoy an evening meal. The decor is retro, circa 1974, and lends itself well to the nostalgic ambiance. The limited menu includes various cuts and styles of steak in green or black pepper sauce. The service is competent if somewhat curt. Reservations are a must.
La Gargote is a renowned French bistro offering authentic gourmet specialties from Provence. Located in the heart of historic Old Montreal, it is decorated with simplicity and elegance, its bare stone brick walls and background jazz music create a laid-back atmosphere, appreciated by locals and tourists alike. The menu is typical of Parisian restaurants, but with a modern twist. This modern bistro is a hidden culinary treasure waiting to be discovered.
Located not far from the colourful Atwater Market, this is an Old Montreal restaurant classic in the heart of Little Burgundy. An homage to Charles "Joe-Beef" McKiernan, 19th century innkeeper and Montreal working class hero, the restaurant serves steaks and seafood and prides itself on its fresh market products. Also included is an oyster-bar and a menu that changes every day. Last year, Liverpool House was named on EnRoute's top ten list of best new restaurants opened in Canada after food editor Chris Johns travelled across the country on tastings at new eateries.