3 based on 100 reviews
We went there for a wedding so the place was closed for regular patrons. Highly recommend the restaurant for any events. The restaurant looks amazing. The food was amazing. The service was top notch.The owner is hands on and takes a lot of pride in what comes out of the kitchen and since the kitchen is open we had a front seat view of the action.
4 based on 336 reviews
BRING YOUR OWN WINE Family run restaurant serving up fine italian meals. We are an old school italian restaurant with a modern day twist. Our Chef specialty's change daily from home made pasta to culinary delights like our famous rack of lamb, veal osobuc
We could not have picked a better place to celebrate our 25th anniversary. This place has an amazing ambiance and food.The service and attention to detail was unparalleled. Let Daniel and chef Michael entice you with the house specialties.This is a BYOB restaurant which is a bonus, all you have to concentrate on is the food. Everything is fresh and prepared onsite. Even the bread is home made.Definitely worth the drive to St Dorothy Laval!
5 based on 21 reviews
With the proliferation of all you can eat, cafeteria style decors and average sushi, Nomo is a special find. Located at the old Wi Sushi location in the blue haven plaza, they have transformed the local into two distinctly beautiful seating areas. The decor rivals any trendy similar place in downtown and yet it sits with a nice size parking lot in the West Island. Since its debut Iâve had the pleasure of going 3 times and was floored by the quality and taste of the food. The restaurant is perfect for a date night with a significant other, or hanging with your friends. Lots of interesting tapas dishes and the sushi dishes are wonderful, Nomo roll is a must. If you are looking for a different experience this is it and I would rival it to Maiko or Aikawa as direct competition yet in a much more intimate setting.Canât wait to go back and introduce more people to this wonderful gem.
4 based on 305 reviews
The worst restaurant you can think about, over priced, poor quality, no price listed so a to they can charge you whatever they want, they serve the leftover food, and suugest you the fish whish about to be rotten. They don't give you bill and calculate the price on piece of paper, you got overwhelmed to the extent that you can't argue or understand what they did, Ryan restaurant is by far much better, bad attitude, will never go back again
4 based on 298 reviews
Discover 40 Westt, Montreal's West Island's best kept secret, located minutes from the airport and within proximity of downtown, offering an unsurpassed dining experience in its "Hotel Look" ambiance. Whether you're enjoying a succulent steak, sampling ou
We got together on a Tuesday night with friends at 40 Westt and ordered from the Table DâHote and for the price of $45 we got an appetizer, a delicious NY cut steak, dessert and coffee! The service and ambience was excellent. Weâve also been there on a weekend and have sat on the bar side; great fun with live jazz music, albeit a bit pricier on the weekend as there are no specials, however definitely worth it for special occasions!
4 based on 382 reviews
We named our restaurant Bistro Nolah, an acronym for New Orleans, out of a love for the style of comfort food they serve down south.This style of food will be the inspiration behind some of the dishes we will be serving at Nolah.
I so much would like to give a better review because I have always been most pleased with Bistro Nolah in the past. Unfortunately, the restaurant seemed to be off its game last Friday night. The night started off well enough. The complimentary hushpuppies and biscuits are a wonderful alternative to just plain bread, and we were fortunate enough to be able to sit outdoors, where it's a lot less noisy than inside. The Bistro's terrace is particularly nice, and you would never know that you're fronting on the parking lot of a small commercial strip centre.The problems began with the wine. I ordered a tempranillo, one of 3 red wines being offered by the glass. When I tasted it and shook my head, the waitress asked "Too dry?" before I could say a word, which tells me that perhaps this wine should have been taken off the menu. She then recommended the pinot noir, which she said would be "light". Well, it was light all right. There was absolutely zero body to the wine, and I had to decline it as well. Finally, the 3rd selection was adequate.Next came the soup of the day, which was a tomato bisque. It was very disappointing. It was far too thin to be called a bisque, and it wasn't very appetizing to see droplets of oil on top of the bowl.Dessert was also a disappointment. The texture of the flourless chocolate torte was more like a thick mousse than a torte, and the caramel sauce over the torte made it cloyingly sweet, despite the waitress having suggested that the torte would be the better choice if I wanted something less sweet than the mud pie.I saved my comments about the main course for last, because this is what saved the meal, and why I will give Bistro Nolah another try. The blackened catfish was truly incredible. Flavourful and with a wonderful consistency to the fish. Not cheap at $30, but a generous portion and well worth the price.Hoping for a better overall experience next time.
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