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.
Things to do in Brossard
4 based on 201 reviews
Tax and tip $100 for lunch for 2, what did we have, 2 cocktails( did not taste any alcohol could have been virgin cocktails), one lunch special Steak and fries, which came with a soup or salad, dumplings and a Thai Beef salad and coffee one which was included ...
The food was nothing special, the dumplings were great but it is an old classic found in many restaurants around the province, the steak not great, the Thai beef salad not great at all and it should be Salad and beef salad not much beef for a $20 salad. for a $100 could have had better food somewhere else.
4 based on 255 reviews
Friends/ colleagues and I went to dinner on Saturday night to La Tomate Blanche. The service was excellent and the meal was superb. The waiter was very knowledgable and we sat outside enjoying the evening.
From the starter to the main meal to the desert, there was nothing that was not perfect.
We will be going back!!!
4.5 based on 41 reviews
Spacious restaurant, attentive service, quick preparation, moderate prices. Perhaps this is typical Vietnamese home food, but it’s not the same as at other Thai or Vietnamese places. The chicken in the red curry was stringy and on the tough side and there was hardly any sauce in that or in the other dishes. The crispy fish was good. Prices are somewhat on the high side for just-better-than-takeout quality.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
We went there on a Saturday night. Beware they only have 2 time slots: 6:00PM and 8:30PM so you have to be on time and can't stay longer if you are booked at 6:00.
The hostess and waiters are very friendly and quick. The decor is modern and airy. It will be nice in the summer since I think there is a Terrace section.
Some of us ordered from the Table d'Hote while I chose a dish from the A la Carte Menu.
The soup of the day was a minestrone. It is served in a huge bowl, very large portion for a starter. The fried calamari with the spicy aioli were very tasty.
My main course was a linguini vongole. The portion was tiny !!! And the pasta was not linguini but spaghetti and it was overcooked.
My friends had the squash ravioli and her dish was very good. Another friend had the seafood spaghetti from the Table d'Hote and his pasta was better than mine.
The best dishes were the desserts: carrot cake with cheese cake and a salty caramel coulis and the 3 chococlates cheese cake. Bothe were delicious.
The service is attentive but I wish we could have stay longer instead of being rushed out to allowed people booked at 8:30 to have our table.
I will come back but not on the weekend so we can take our time. And I will try another dish of pasta to see how well they will cook the pasta
5 based on 117 reviews
We went to eat at night with friends for one of our friend's birthday anniversary. We were 13 in a group. It is a very friendly place with super cuisine,good selection of wine and very good service. It is the best place in St Lambert to eat and enjoy the evening.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
I've been to this restaurant maybe half a dozen times over the past few years and when in the mood its a nice change from your typical lunch-fare. They have two lunch specials (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) for 10.95$ and both offer a nice variety of Indian dishes. They also have an a la carte menu with most dishes you would expect at an Indian restaurant, featuring butter chicken, tandoori chicken etc. The staff is very nice and will take the time to speak with you and explain the dishes if you wish. A very nice experience to be had.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
4.5 based on 39 reviews
I have always been in the opinion that you should not refrain yourself from going to restaurants with your kids. However there are certain type of establishments that you should avoid as people that are dining there are paying a high price for some nice and quiet evening. So when I go out with my 6-year old and 3-year old, it has to be quick and it has to be accepting of kids being loud and being curious about everything. Of course I do not want to always end up at St-Hubert BBQ or restaurants like that because I want my kids to explore food too.
So on that Saturday evening, a last minute decision, we decided to get sushi instead of pasta. We did not make a reservation and at 6pm, there was still a few tables available. The atmosphere was nice for a BYOB and the place was clean. We were welcomed with a smile despite the fact that we were with our kids. Good sign for service anyway.
We've ordered tempura, asparagus and crab soup, imperial rolls and of course a couple of futomaki. The tempura was good but be aware that panko was not used to fry the tempura so I found them to be a little heavy. The asparagus and crab soup was decent, I ordered it for my 3-year old and she almost finished it. Not enough crab nor asparagus to my taste but it was cheap enough as $4.25 a bowl so I understand. As for the imperial rolls, I had to say that they were below average. I believe they used a 5-spice mix for the filling and it really gave the rolls a weird taste. As for the futomaki, although they tasted good in general, I have to bash the sushi rice which was too hard and compact. So much that it takes away all the other tastes.
So all in all, it was very average but it was a nice change with the kids in tow. Average because of the breadcrumbs used for the tempura, the spice used in the rolls and the lack of originality in the choice of the futomaki. The service was excellent and the waiters were very attentive to our demands and our kids' mess. Just for that, I'll go back there from time to time but will be having something else than what we have ordered this time around.
4 based on 124 reviews
Niji Sushi Bar caters to those who enjoy fine Japanese cuisine. The name Niji, meaning rainbow, was chosen to embody the essence of its primary colors. The design was inspired by the duality of the natural forces of sun and rain. A mix of traditional Japanese design and modern architecture is brought together with simplicity, refinement and avant-gardism. Niji aims to exalt all your senses. Let our menu charm you.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Service always with a smile and high quality. Of interest, they also give you seaweed to eat as well as ginger, and this was interesting as the taste is different. A nice variation.
All the rolls and sashimi were excellent.
Only different thing was the scallop sashimi was creamy, and we prefer the spicy variation. This one I liked less than usual, but I guess it's their take on it.
Would/Will go there again.
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