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About Le Pois Penché
Le Pois Penché perpetuates the style and spirit of Paris in the 1940s, where brasseries perfected the concept of French cuisine as ‘comfort food’. Mindful of its legacy, Le Pois Penché appeals to a mixture of young adventurous diners, seasoned connoisseurs, late-night bon vivants, tourists, and local habitués, always eager to spark conversations and chance encounters over a glass of award-winning wine and gastronomy steeped in tradition. Nowhere are their desires better fulfilled than at Le Pois Penché, where opulence and everyday delightful hospitality intertwine.
Montréal, QC H3G 1M2
French, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH (Monday to Friday): 11:00am - 3:00pm
Monday to Friday: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
DINNER: 6:00pm - 11:00pm
LATE NIGHT: 9 till Closing
BRUNCH (Saturday & Sunday): 10:00am - 4:00pm
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
street parking and nearby parking lots
Peel Metro, Guy Metro
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Le début de la fin
en amuse bouche
Crème de moules
au safran espagnol et huître pochée
Escalope poêlé de foie gras
de canard de carignan
au caramel de balsamic et pommes fondantes
Paillettes givrées LPP
Mignon de boeuf à moëlle
en pyramide, sauce miroir au porto,
purée de pommes de terre rattée parfumée à la truffe
Pavé de flétan croustillant
braisé à basse température
parfumé à la coriandre fraîche et tapenade de kalamata
Poire pochée en panier
mousseline pralinée noisette,
croquant au caramel et chocolat chaud
café ou thé
Le Pois Penché Ratings and Reviews
Lovely 9 pm menu. Delicious, generous portions and excellent variety. Three in the group had the bavette & fries. I had the Atlantic salmon. The soup and salad starters were excellent. So if you are looking for a place after theatre or a late evening bite while downtown we highly recommend this spot.
After looking at pictures of their brunch menu I think we’ll be back for that also!
Staff was very knowledgeable and genuinely friendly.
I’ve eaten here before on my last visit to Montreal. It is conveniently located within walking distance of the Residence Inn Marriott Downtown and the Omni Royal hotels.
I ordered their Ballottine De Volaille - Chicken stuffed with wild mushrooms and a tarragon sauce. What they actually had was a chicken baked breast in a bearnaise mushroom sauce served upon mashed potatoes.
It was still very tasty and I did enjoy it!
The service was very attentive and non-intrusive.
I will definitely be back!
Expensive and disappointing. New Years Eve $85 price fixe would have been fine if the food had been good. The chef likes to be innovative and creative but we really just wanted delicious food. We wondered whether anyone had tasted the dishes beforehand—it seemed unlikely. I found the first appetizer—mi cuit salmon—lovely but my husband and the couple next to us refused to eat it. The red wines available by the glass (there were three) were so awful, I skipped having wine with the main course. The 2nd app w mushrooms was good. Duck ravioli was not very good, and braised endive with spoiled ham and rock hard avocado ice was a complete failure. Steak should not be prepared sous vide. It was tough and chewy. The chocolate dessert was good. Service was very good but could not possibly compensate for the disappointing food.
Came for new years, they first tried to sit us in a room in the back with zero ambiance and totally separate from the rest of the restaurant. they agreed to move us when we asked as there were multiple tables in the main room. Food was just okay, steaks were a bit tough and they forgot on of our first courses. We had a good time but probably a few too many mishaps to come back.
It was New Year's Eve, we were looking for a La Carte menu. We were never informed that there was a prix fixe menu. We found out when we arrived at the restaurant. Too much food, not that great either. Better value and food at Restaurant Europea a few nights before.
While the ambiance is very nice and the service friendly and efficient the food itself was less than memorable. Very unusual for this place since many previous meals were outstanding. The 4 of us had lamb shanks, bouillabaisse, and seafood stew. The lamb was fall off the bone cooked which is good but the flavor was not as robust as it should be. Both the seafood stew and bouillabaisse were very modest in the contents. The flavors were good buy simply not a substantial enough portion. The bouillabaisse consisted of the jus, 2 shrimps, about a dozen small bay scallops and 2 2: squares of cod. That was it! usually this dish should have at least 3 types of shell fish, 2 or 3 types of fish and small diced potatoes. Seafood stew was similar. For these reasons I give it only a fair rating.
Le repas était très bon. Le fait d'avoir tout le menu disponible à Noël est apprécié. Le service était efficace, tout en nous laissant le temps de savourer chaque plat. Les portions étaient de très bonne taille. J'ai adoré les moules et le tartare de saumon. Le baba au rhum à lui tout seul vaut le déplacement! Les seuls bémols: le chou frisé accompagnant le saumon grillé n'était pas le meilleur choix de légumes, et un plus grand choix de vins au verre serait apprécié. À part ça, j'ai hâte de retourner au Pois Penché!
Le menu MTL à table était très décevant. Portions minuscules, pommes de terre crues, aucun accompagnement... Ce genre d'événement représente une chance de faire connaître le restaurant, mais vraiment, c'est RATÉ! Carte des cocktails extrêmement chère (15 à 20 $ pour un verre).
Delicious food in a pleasant brasserie setting.
We had great, friendly service. The recommended french onion soup was the best I have tasted- lots of cheese, great broth. The mushroom-stuffed chicken rolls were superb, accompanied by delicately seasoned vegetables. The creme brûlée was as also excellent, as was the special brownie. Portions were small and prices moderately high, but the Table d'Hote meal package was only $31 Canadian dollars. Worth a visit.
Very pricey for very ordinary fare. A filet of Mediterranean Sea Bass with an arrangement of vegetables was $42 per person. I was expecting better especially since the Brasserie Lipp chef from Zurich was the feature chef. Service and ambiance were good. I never complain when I dine with my wife at Lemeac. I would have liked to have left a more positive review but I would not be telling the truth alas.
The food was quite good, delicious desserts. The price point is slightly on the higher side for a Montreal French restaurant. The service was very slow... we waited over 30 minutes for someone to come by after dessert. In the mean time, we saw other waiters doing other tasks instead of taking care of customers. Overall, it was not worth it.
Went there for brunch, the food was good but the baked beans were way undercooked, portion sizes are big or small, no in between. The coffee was pretty bad, served from a huge percolator. To be fair the smoked salmon on toast was really good but the portion size was a bit small compared to the other plates.
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