INFORMAL RESTAURANTS THAT DELIVER THE GOODS A taste of Little ItalyPRIMO & SECONDO7023, rue Saint-Dominique, Montréal, 514 908 0838 Celebrating ten years in November, Ristorante Primo & Secondo offers true Italian fare. Montreal-born, Chef Roberto Stabile, thrives on the simplicity of Italian cuisine using many Italian imports certified “Protected Designated of Origin” combined with Quebec’s … Continue reading Good and unpretentious
DUCK IS BEING SERVED BY MANY OF OUR TOP CHEFS. IT IS A UNIQUE PRODUCT THAT SOME TRUE CONNOISSEURS PREFER TO RAISE AND COOK FOR THEMSELVES. IT’S JUST A QUESTION OF KNOW-HOW. To satisfy the needs of the Québec market, with its growing interest in culinary arts and local products, and respond more precisely to … Continue reading Duck virtuosos
DINO CORDILEONE IS PASSIONATE ABOUT FINE DINING. WITH HIS ASSOCIATE CHEFS AT PICCOLA ITALIA RESTAURANT, HE IS REINVENTING TRADITIONAL ITALIAN CUISINE AND MODERNIZING THE CODES OF CHIC EPICUREANISM. The era of tasteless pasta is over! At Piccola Italia restaurant, the dishes are fresh and flamboyant: the grappa flambéd rack of lamb with blackcurrant sauce and … Continue reading Curious Cordileone
AFTER RETURNING FROM THEIR TRAVELS, FOLKS LOVE TO FIND HERE WHAT THEY DISCOVERED THERE. PERHAPS THEY CHANCED UPON THE IDEA OF TASTING SEVERAL DISHES AT THE SAME TIME IN BARCELONA, OR THEY WERE CHARMED BY SPREADS OF MANY SMALL DISHES IN CRETE. SPAIN AND GREECE SHARE THE CUSTOM OF SERVING A FULL MEAL OF HORS-D’ŒUVRES. … Continue reading Small portions: Tapas and mezzes
TERRACES ARE POPPING UP ALL OVER MONTRÉAL. WHILE SOME HAVE PERMITS FOR JUST TWO OR THREE SMALL TABLES ON THE SIDEWALK, OTHERS CAN BOAST ABOUT HAVING A CHARMING, PRIVATE SPACE THAT IS, CONSEQUENTLY, VERY POPULAR. HERE ARE FIVE MONTRÉAL RESTAURANTS WHO KNOW HOW TO SPOIL THE VISITORS ON THEIR TERRACE AND MAKE THE OTHERS JEALOUS … Continue reading It’s terrace time again
WHAT COULD BE NICER THAN A GOOD GLASS OF ROSÉ AS AN APÉRITIF, SITTING BY THE POOL, OR WITH A GOOD MEAL? IT’S REFRESHING AND THIRST-QUENCHING! Château de Nages rosé 2010, Costières de Nîmes, by Michel Gassier. Made from 60% grenache and 40% syrah, purplish-pink in colour, this wine with strawberry aromas and well-balanced flavours … Continue reading On your marks, get set, go for rosé
Who doesn’t know where brunch originated? We love this concept, created by our neighbours to the south, especially for its relaxed pace, perfect for lazy Sundays and informal get-togethers among family or friends.Here’s a menu for a day of rest that is both pleasant and delicious. Perfectly friendlyLE CARTET106, McGill, (corner Wellington), MontrealTel. : 514 … Continue reading Five brunches… Five styles
Before rosé mania arrives this summer, let’s defy the myths, dare to be different, and take the time to rediscover white wines and all of their subtleties. From the aperitif to dessert, and throughout your meal, you will love drinking them. They will make your taste buds sing along with your other senses. From the … Continue reading Make way for Springtime! Make way for white wines!