"The food was excellent as always! Ryu’s chefs make the best quality sushi in Montreal. The servers were courtious and worked very rapidly. Would recommend to anyone looking for the real japanese dining experience!"See more
"We chose Le Petit Opus from a long list of choices of restaurants participating in the "Table" fest. It had the strengths of an imaginative 'prix fixe' menu and was geographically well located for us. It would probably not have surfaced otherwise. The quality of the food was uniformly high and the service was excellent. We were impressed and will now add it to an impressively long list of first-class dining options when we come (alas, not as ofter as we like) to this great city."See more
"Fresh local food, very subtle flavors, presentation is a painting (as the name of the restaurant indicates), the taste changes just like different colors, outstanding service and satisfaction. Main dish was fish (dorade) and desert was very good worthy calories Price is very reasonable for the quality.
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"Top of the line Franco-European restaurant adjacent to the Ritz Carlton (Spoiler alert: Check your credit card balance prior to booking). Opted for the seven course tasting menu, superb presentations and equally delicious and varied in content. Do not expect "American" size portions, but no worries by course seven you should be satisfied. Excellent wine list, but not inexpensive choices except by the glass. Service was efficient and non-intrusive. Hugo...the Sommelier gets top marks for recommendations, knowledge and sense of humor. Plan on an evening out...2.5 + hours of dining. This venue is for special occasions and quiet conversation with your dinner companion (Romantic or otherwise). In a word, "Highly recommended.""See more
"Lots of great choices on the menu, hard to choose want to order! Very satisfied with the salmon tartare, clam chowder, the Louisiana seafood plate and the sautéed garlic shrimp. Would definitely go back again to try more."See more