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For more than 10 years, Vertige has been offering affordable fine dining on Montreal's famous Duluth street. Chef Thierry Baron's menu promotes culinary discoveries through a variety of small to medium sized plates. The cuisine leverages refined French traditions yet welcome the aromas of the Mediterranean, the flavors of Europe and the tastes of the world! Local products are combined with fresh seasonal vegetables to create balanced dishes that will satisfy the traditional palates as well as the adventurous ones.
The restaurant's atmosphere is both elegant and laid back making it convenient for intimate dinners or drinks and a quick bite at our famous “1001 corks” bar. At Vertige, we offer you an affordable culinary experience in a warm and eclectic decor.
Montréal, QC H2L 1A9
French, Mediterranean, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Av de Chateaubriand
CAN$31 to CAN$50
To facilitate our guests' parking experience, we recommend using a parking lot located on Roy street (between St-Hubert and St-Denis). It is close to our restaurant and costs 8$ CDN per evening.
Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
It is possible to book our venue on Sundays and Mondays for groups of 25 guests or more. Although we are closed for lunch, there is a possibility for parties of 15 guests or more to book for private events.
Vertige Ratings and Reviews
MTL à Table: Essai #3 - choisi par mon amoureux. Restaurant "Vertige" sur Duluth menu 3 services @ 31$.. super bon. J'ai choisi le saumon croustillant, la morue au beurre blanc et la crème brûlée avec shooter à l'érable. J'ai également essayer un vin blanc Québecois vignoble rivière du chêne cuvée William. Super belle découverte! / Montreal Restaurant festival #3: selected by my lover went to "Vertige" on Duluth 3 service menu for $31. Really good. Had the "crunchy salmon"(sort of a fish cake/delicious salmon nugget lol) followed by cod in a white butter sauce and finished with crème brûlée with a maple shooter for desert. I also tried a Quebec white wine vignoble rivière du chênes cuvée William which was an awesome discovery.
We chose the tapas style dinner. It was a good way to try the many different foods that the chef had to offer. We had four different courses plus desert. All the choices were well plated and tasted great. The waitress was very informative about the menu and made the dining experience even better. I’d recommend dinner their when in the neighborhood.
This restaurant was a discovery - not a very lengthy menu but everything was very good, tasty and beautifully prepared. The 5 course group meal pleased everyone. The plates were big enough but not too big - you leave feeling good, not overstuffed. The food was very tasty and healthy (I often find restaurants do not put enough vergatables, which is not the case here). Great find and very noce hostess. Furthermore, the prices were quite reasonable!
The food at Vertige was the best we had in Montreal, and we also went to Brasserie T! And L'Express. Vertige was very attractive with comfortable sitting. The service was a little slow but it was worth it and we didn't mind waiting because the sound level wasn't too loud and we could talk, unlike at L'Express. The shrimp with saffron rice was superb. The pork cheeks, cod filet and duck were all delicious. We did not have dessert. We recommend Vertige highly, five stars.
While traveling in Montreal, we dined at Vertige, a locals restaurant, which proved to be excellent in many ways. Great food and an interesting, but limited, wine list. Each dish served was spot-on. The escargot was well seasoned and not overpowered by the garlic. The lamb chops were perfectly cooked. Our server was friendly and attentive. When in Montreal, give it a try!
Wife and I were in Montreal with brother and his wife for a short holiday. Couldn't get a reservation at Old Montreal restaurant as we were hoping. Started looking online and found Vertige. Dinner was excellent (Portuguese chicken) and service quite good. Recommend you try it! Only complaint was ver modest wine pour. Need to get real about what a glass of wine looks like.
Le service était correct. La bouffe est bonne, rien d'exceptionnel, par contre très raisonnable pour le prix. L'assaisonnement était bien, par contre les crevettes étaient trop cuites. Bien pour les différents budgets, surtout avec des bouteilles de vin à partir de 25 $ et des plats principaux en-dessous de 20 $.
Vertige has been on our bucket list for a long time and we finally got to go there for our wedding anniversary. Excellent choice! We took the six course tasting many which was outstanding. I specially loved the spicy shrimp risotto and salmon tartar and will definitely go back for full plates! They have nice selection of privately imported wines , make sure to ask as they are not listed. It was a quiet night - not many customers - but our waitress created a nice ambience and our table by the open window was super on a warm summer evening.
Christine and I really enjoyed our dinner at Vertige Tuesday night (June 13), which was right across the street from our AirBnB on Duluth. You can't go wrong with their $29 Tues-Thurs mid-week tapas tasting menu. You get 6 total small plates, 3 entrees and 3 main courses. Not all were great, but most were really tasting. There was enough to choose from for the vegetarian among us, including several good fish dishes. We also thought the wine list was reasonable -- we had a delicious white Cheverney for $39. Our server was awesome -- I don't remember her name, but she was so personable and helpful! Thank you!
We had a most enjoyable evening there. It is so rare that I spend that long sitting at a table for a mail. Another thing, not mentioned above, is that the seats are super comfortable, which I find is very rare in restaurants. Usually I am physically uncomfortable after an hour perched on a hard chair. It is great to sit near the open window with the skylight above; whether it rains or shines (window can be closed), this is a good place to be. Duluth is a relatively quiet street with almost no traffic, so sitting at the front of the building is not a problem concerning noise level. And they keep the music low, which is a must for comfortable dining and conversing, in my opinion. Only suggestion would be to improve the music--didn't pay much attention to it but sometimes it was not to my taste. Hard to be more precise on that--have to take note next time. And there will DEFINITELY be a next time. Thank you to the chef and the waitress!
Première visite, mais certainement pas la dernière. Nous y sommes allés en famille, trois générations, et tous ont été ravis. Cuisine très soignée, tout est fait maison, avec goût et raffinement. Malgré tout, pas une once de snobisme, que du service attentionné et chaleureux d'un personnel qui connaît son menu à fond et qui fait tous les petits extras pour rendre la soirée impeccable. De plus, les prix sont très raisonnables. Un bijou!
Belle découverte même si le restaurant existe depuis 10 ans. A l'occasion de Montréal en lumière tout était sous le signe de la cuisine Lyonnaise. La cuisine , le service impeccable les tables bien espacées l'éclairage parfait. allez y profiter du service de Mélanie et la cuisine de Thierry. Payez vous la traite vous ne le regretterez pas.
Restaurant has potential and waitig staff was very nice although the fact that it was empty might of helped. Options to choose many different dishes and share at a very affordable price was what got me to try Vertige. Alas out of the 12 tapas we took only 2 were good and the rest was WAY to salty
All and all will definetly never go back
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