Ikanos vous invite à découvrir la cuisine méditerranéenne contemporaine du chef-propriétaire Constant Mentzas. Ikanos vous propose une expérience gastronomique unique où se côtoient de manière inventive les saveurs de la Méditerranée. Une cuisine du marché contemporaine, des fruits de mer et poissons choisis avec soin, des grillades de notre four aux charbons de bois Josper. Les classiques de la cuisine méditerranéenne et grecque réinventées au gré des arrivages saisonniers et de nos inspirations.
Ikanos invites you to discover the comtemporary mediterranean seafood cuisine of chef-owner Constant Mentzas. Ikanos offer you a unique gastronomic experience where Mediterranean flavors are combined in a unique and inventive way. Market inspired cuisine, hand picked fish and seafood grilled over an open fire in our Josper wood buring oven. Greek and Mediterranean classics revisited with a modern twist, following our inspiration and the freshest market arrivals.
Greek, Mediterranean, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30AM - 2:30PM
Dinner: Sunday - Wednesday: 5:30PM - 10:30PM
Dinner: Thursday - Saturday: 5:30PM - 12:00AM
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Pour le service traiteur, veuillez contacter notre Chef Constant Mentzas au 514-842-0867
For catering, please contact our Chef Constant Mentzas at 514 842 0867
625 Saint-Paul Ouest West
Wiliam / St-Henri
Metro Square Victoria
Square victoria Station
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Pour des événements spéciaux, veuillez contacter notre Chef Constant Mentzas au 514-842-0867
For special events, please contact our Chef Constant Mentzas at 514-842-0867
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Ikanos Ratings and Reviews
Our experience at Ikanos was thoroughly ...
Our experience at Ikanos was thoroughly outstanding! From various appetizers to the main course, finalized with the desert, every course was exquisitely prepared and superb. We took the waiter's recommendation and definitely were very pleased. This was our first time at Ikanos, and it's ambiance gave us the impression of a high class New York restaurant. We would recommend the tasting menu, which has the best assortment of seafood dishes, and is by far the best value that there is to offer. Definitely Ikanos is worth the money and a great experience. *
Had a great experience! Went for an anni ...
Had a great experience! Went for an anniversary date, got way more than I expected!
We had the zucchini chips, the duck, the filet mignon and the lobster salad. Everything was so beautifully presented. The service was great as well. A very friendly waiter!
We will be back.
For $26-$28 for the entree got 2 scallop ...
For $26-$28 for the entree got 2 scallops!!!! Food was good, but I found it way too expensive with tootle food. Also, got the calamari, which was good, but didn't get much. Overall, I went away hungry and insulted that they would charge so much!
Not the Greek flavors I was hoping for. ...
Not the Greek flavors I was hoping for. The dishes were good, but nothing outstand. The one dish I would go back for is the Grilled shrimp chorizo, fennel and orange tortellini (Mezzes), mainly because of the consommé (I could've had a bowl of that). I had a few different dishes and none of them were remarkable, which is unfortunate. As for the price, I found it to be a bit too much, compared to other restaurants with similar concept and memorable food.
My wife and I went here on our anniversa ...
My wife and I went here on our anniversary road trip. We are admittedly foodies and indulge in diversity. The restaurant was fairly empty on a hot Tuesday night, very modern design, not the usual "Santorini-look. We ordered some plates to share - trio of dips, ravioli, saganaki, greek salad, and for the entrée the seafood platter. Please be careful as the plates to share are more than just a starter as we were told by the waiter, and disappointingly the seafood platter came at the same time as the plates to share which were intended to be starters. Although the food was excellent while not quite the typical Greek cuisine you would expect, the menu is pricey, hence the value for money on the lower end. The waiter made up for his mistakes with offering some fine metaxa. I would still recommend the restaurant due to the food quality for special occasions or business, but be aware of prices.
We went for lunch on a Friday. We tried ...
We went for lunch on a Friday. We tried an appetizer and shared the seabass. Since it was a menu for two that seabass main dish, we thought the seabass would be bigger. It was a little smaller than what we expected. Salad and croquette appetizers were nice. Bread was good, we asked for another serving actually. Ambiance, decor and interior are good. Healthier choice as you got seafood, fish, salad mostly on the menu. A little expensive, but the location and seafood are not cheap so it is excused I guess. Service could have been better still. A little smile, charming, cozy personnalities are always more appreciated.
Great mezzes, great wine
The quality of the food was excellent and beautifully presented. We didn't go with the lunch set but decided to go mezze style, and was not disappointed. The wine selection was very nice, and the house wine was great, as was the service. Definitely an experience to repeat.
Servers seemed quite inexperienced. Had a teenager serving flambe for the first time come a little close to my eyebrows for comfort. Waitress suggested a tasting menu with entrees that we had already had. Although we should have noticed, I guess, they could have warned us of this. The quality of the food was quite good, but very expensive.
More misses than hits
I wish the food had matched the decor of this restaurant. Really beautiful design!
First off, I would like to thank the house for offering us a drink (which was very good btw, similar to a Muscadet we were told) at the end of our meal. Apparently there was some miscommunication about which server would help us and that's why it took a bit of time to get to our table. Funny enough, we hadn't even noticed as we were chitchatting away.
On to the food. We were 4 people and it was recommended that we order 10-12 small plates. We ordered 8 and ended up only eating 6. (More on that later) Thank goodness we didn't order as many as recommended, it would have been way too much.
We ordered grilled shrimp -excellent-, grilled vegetables -that were actually smoked, not at all what we were expecting, was alright-, Greek salad -excellent-, scallops -excellent-, fried zucchini chips-too much batter and hard-,crab salad-very disappointing because in fact it was served as crab cakes that didn't taste like much. The accompaniment salad was excellent however. As a matter of fact, they've changed the name of this dish on their menu to crab croquettes which is more appropriate -.
We also ordered, the grilled octopus and saganaki but sadly we never received them. Once we were done eating, I remembered the two dishes and inquired about them. We were told that it had been done on purpose because there wasn't any room left on the table. Happy we were able to cancel those. It's a good thing though because we were not hungry at all for more.
Actually, who needs to be hungry for loukoumades? I love these! Unfortunately, these were a huge letdown. They were very hard! You couldn't even put your fork through one. The table next to us had the same issue. I will say however that the honey pannacotta was absolutely delicious!
Would I go back, no. Too many misses. Should you? The menu was interesting and the ambiance was very nice.
When you eat in this restaurant, money is not an object. Food is very refine and well presented, service is attentive and professional. When it comes to choose your plate , I would recommend to lean more towards fish and seafood rather than meat. I think they are more talent in handling
Horrible service overshadowed good food
Night started off well and the food was mostly great .
My main issue is that when you order at 7:30 and leave at almost 10:30 after asking the waiting staff for the rest of your meal to go,then there's a major problem somewhere!
I get it that its busy but what could of been a potential fantastic meal is instead a restaurant I will avoid like the pleg and strongly dissuade to anyone I know.
Zorba couldn't afford it
OK, Ikanos has great food. The chef is innovative and turns out tasty little dishes (mezzos), most big enough to share. The service is attentive and the waiter was happy to explain the menu and even determine, by asking the chef, the more mysterious ingredients of one of the dishes (shaved fennel bulb no less). It obviously appeals to more well-heeled business types in the area and the students who can afford it, but it is quite expensive for Greek food. More than just gyros and moussaka, it offers a series of fresh seafood dishes with Greek and Mediterranean seasonings in new ways. So go for the experience. Go for the great, tasty little tapas-like plates. But go with your wallet. You will need it.
Always a treat!
Had the evening specials. Started with a razor clam appetizer and wrapped it up with a very generous crab trilogy platter featuring three different types. Dinner was polished off with an amazing 2009 Hazidakis Assertico white wine. Ikanos is the only cellar in the city to have such an amazing bottle on-hand (not to mention all of the other choices). The Welcome was kind and warm. Lovely evening! Thank you!
Good, but not great.
The food was good, but not outstanding. The scallop ceviche and saganaki were quite memorable. The lamb dish lacked seasoning and the feta mashed potatoes lacked any discernible feta flavour. The service left something to be desired for the price point. The waiter seemed to be more attentive to other tables that were ordering higher price point items. When we ordered wine by the glass he simply poured the wine and left. When the table next to us ordered wine by the glass he poured a sample for them to try to make sure they both liked it first. He actually reached from behind my wife over her shoulder to give me the bill from the bar, as opposed to walking around the booth to hand it to me at our table. I wouldn't rush back, but would go if another couple suggested it.
Delightful dinner with friends
This was my second visit at Ikanos and I was not disappointed. The food was delicious and the tapas style menu made it easy to share the different dishes and taste a little of everything. The Saganaki was tasty and the duck was divine. Trendy yet relaxed atmosphere, my group practically closed the restaurant.
Excellent food........a gem in Montreal
All the dishes are beautiful. It offers a "Tappas" bar selection of Greek food. I had the scallops and the taste was wonderful. My friend had the shrimp, & he raved about that dish too. We both had the calamari. Not rubbery or lacking in taste. Dessert of nougat was delectable. I'd highly recommend this restaurant. Am going back again tonight!
Ikanos has such great potential!
We had very high hopes for the beautiful and well-located restaurant. When a restaurant is that expensive, with the most expensive wines (and good ones!), the food better be excellent for every dish. The Greek salad, while a bit over-dressed, was excellent as was the gilled calamari and the scallops. However, we had gravels and blinis and this was not good. The salmon did not taste fresh and the blinis were dry. We had another fish dish with some kind of rolled taco-like thing and that too was very dry and tasteless. This is most unfortunate as this restaurant has great potential. However, we will not return as it's too pricey for another experiment.
Weird menu and way way overpriced
We were surprised to see so many mezzes but very little full courses. The server had to explain to is, and every table, that it is their concept is to bet on the tapas style
Menu. Only 1 steak, only 1 fish (they were out of the second one), and a choice of grilled octopus or calmar by the weight. Rest are small portion of overpriced appetizers. Appetizers are meant to be shared ... A small Bol of calmar or two shrimps?
We were told the steak and the fish were for 2 people so we're finding the price OK. But 68$ for a steak that would not feed two and 70$ (about I don't rember the exact prices) for a sea bass (I imagined it massive if it was to feed two) was too expensive for a steak full of nerve and a simple small fish.
Wine list start at a steep price for, in some cases, average Greek wines.
Some genuine attempt at originality in the presentation and good tasty food overall despite a stingy steak. But overpriced small portions and lack of choice. Should go back to more traditional Greek to complement some of those more refined mezzedes.
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