Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Brossard, Quebec, Canada. Brossard (/brɒˈsɑːr/ or /ˈbrɒsɑːrd/; French pronunciation: [bʁɔsaʁ], local pronunciation: [bʁɔsɑːʁ] or [bʁɔsɑɔ̯ʁ]) is a municipality in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada and is part of the Greater Montreal area. According to the 2011 census, Brossard's population was 79,273. Prior to 2006, Brossard was formerly a borough of the municipality of Longueuil.
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4 based on 24 reviews
A lovely variety of modern Montreal cuisine. Very friendly staff who are bilingual, helpful and courteous. Food arrived at a proper pace and the kitchen appears to be incredibly clean. Took my cheese-platter dessert back to my hotel (next door) and really enjoyed the quality and variety of the selected cheeses. Treat yourself and eat here.
4 based on 814 reviews
Very friendly well put together small nich restaurant. Limited menu but all dishes seemed to be well regarded. Excellent mixed drinks with numerous options.Menu was non traditional..mac n cheese had well seasoned beef or 9ther meat options, calamari consisted of large pieces of the hood of the squid seasoned and prepared in a sauce on a bed of pureed cauliflower. Well put together flavor combinations, friendly relaxing environmemt a stones throw from Old Montreal
4 based on 1447 reviews
Inspired by Parisâs golden-era brasseries, Brasserie 701 welcomes you in a chic decor with its grandiose neo-classical architecture and a lively ambiance. The kitchen serves French brasserie classics from breakfast through supper every day, with brunch se
We came here for brunch on a rainy Sunday. We were able to get in without reservations, but the restaurant was very busy. I will definitely book ahead next time, and encourage everyone to do the same.The food was great. I had the two eggs plate with bacon, sausage, ham, pork spread and baked beans. (I thought you just pick one but you get it all, plus potatoes and toast. I think the weekday breakfast is a bit smaller) My husband had the smoked salmon bagel. He was expecting a few greens on the side, but the bagel comes with is a decent-sized salad. There was plenty of food, and it was all very delicious and reasonably priced. We will be back!
4 based on 124 reviews
Le MÃ©chant Loup, a contemporary concept of good food and wonderful encounters awaits you in the heart of the historic district of Saint-Hubert. This bistro combines flavours, unique dÃ©cor and atmosphere that reveal the pleasures of the kitchen. Innovative
As mentioned above, my friend and I enjoyed our meal. The food was nicely presented and cooked beautifully. Flavours were also well balanced The service was professional and the personnel, friendly. I recommend this place.
4 based on 2051 reviews
Four star French classic restaurant located in Old Montreal.
Wonderful experience, start to finish. Our server was attentive and professional. My wife and I had the onion soup which was not the crock of overly salted broth dripping with cheese that you get in the US. This was a wonderful onion soup topped with a large slice of cheesy french bread, served piping hot. My wife had the scallops and I had the grilled sole meuniere. Both dishes were delicious served with root vegetables on heated plates. They were skillfully cooked and artfully presented. Desserts were also delicious. I had the blueberry cheese cake and my wife had the chocolate mousse. Both were prepared with the right balance of flavors with sugar not overpowering the desserts. Overall, a terrific experience.
4 based on 1089 reviews
The desert was unique and perfect. We loved this place. Pretty room, wonderful waiter and the food was incredible. I had the to-die-for piglet risotto with foie gras and the rack of lamb entrÃ©e - seriously the best food ever. My fr loved his food as well. We highly recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 200 reviews
Jellyfish is a large, bustling downtown restaurant with a lively atmosphere. The dÃ©cor is modern, but the extensive glass, ultra-high ceilings and bar made it noisy and not the place for quiet conversation. The menu is very inventive, and the dishes can be eaten individually or shared tapas-style. We particularly enjoyed sharing various crudos, the heirloom tomatoes carpaccio and the grilled halibut. The wine list was extensive and eclectic. The specialty cocktails were inventive and enjoyable. Overall, it was definitely a fun experience that we would repeat if we return to Montreal.
4 based on 186 reviews
Went there before a show at the theatre. Our little group of seven have tasted different and awesome sangria; the IPA beer was also on par. Our appetizers were great, main plates were very tasty and as the photos shows, plates presentations was excellent. Wine suggestion, outdoor terrasse, theatre proximity, the service in general -- all those small details were aligned. Expect a slow pace diner around 2h for the whole experience. Will go again for sure and I suggest either the deer bavette or the sausage and duck cassolette :)
4 based on 164 reviews
Renowned chef JoÃ«l Robuchon developed an innovative culinary concept: to offer top-drawer gourmet food that excites all the senses and serve it in a friendly and unpretentious environment. From Paris to London, Hong Kong to Las Vegas, L'Atelier de JoÃ«l Ro
It is undeniable that the food served at l'Atelier is on par with any of the best restaurants in the city and that it most likely offers the best plating/presentation in the city (at least compared to Toque, Maison Boulud, Chasse et Peche or Europea). If you go for the tasting menu, you won't be disappointed. Since the restaurant reads the reviews, I'll point out where they can improve:1) Not have a tacky paper on the plate holding the cloth napkin when you arrive. It looks cheap.2) The plates where not arriving all at the same time. A few times, the servers where not in sync and some guests were receiving their plates a minute or so before the others.3) The Tribute to Joel Robuchon is a bit too pricey and too focused on foie gras - at least when I went - compared to the other tasting menus. The vegetarian menu which was picked by one guest is great value.4) Perhaps build some form of dedicated access to the restaurant. The location of the restaurant is by far the biggest problem they will be facing on the long run. If it was located in a more cozy environment in the core of the city, it would be way more successful.Hello MaxMarchand, thank you for your note and we do appreciate your feedback. We read all the reviews and try to take advantage of them to improve the experience for our customers. Your four suggestions will be forwarded to the AJR's Brigade. Once again thank you and have a great day.
4 based on 144 reviews
Small typical French Restaurant in Saint Lamber,Montreal. Interesting menu offering items not often seen in other Restaurants like veal kidneys, veal liver, roasted scallops, etc. Well prepared food and tasty. Price under $100.00 per person Outside terrace in summer. Over all nice experience. No parking. JosÃ© Campo, CHA
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