We say often say “what you pay for is what you get.” And yet, we found restaurants in Montreal where you’ll eat very very well off of menus offered for a fraction of a price. The only condition for profitting from this offer: go late night.
The most “bistronomique”: Lemeac
Servers in uniforms and tartares to die for. Usually, the bill drops your jaw to the floor, but after 10pm you can order an entrée and a main course for $28. The usual cost of a main course? $30 to $50.
The most French : Chez Victoire
Seasonal options, classics revisited, a satisfying wine menu and an ambiance that attracts a crowd of beautiful people. Chez Victoire will charge you $25 for an entrée and a main course, or a main course and a dessert, starting at 10pm.
The most like a brasserie : Chez Lévêque
Harenges fumés, parmentier de canard, or ris de veau, Lévêque knows its classics and has made them flawlessly for more than 40 years. Starting at 9am, get an entrée and a main course for $25.
The most méditerranéen : Milos
Cuisson précise des poissons and impeccably seasoned seafood for the last 30 years. From Thursday to Saturday, dole out $25.17 between 10pm and midnight to stuff yourself full.