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About Le Steak Frites St-Paul - Saint-Denis
Le Steak Frites St. Paul at Saint Denis is a Canadian steakhouse located in Quebec, Canada. The restaurant features upscale dining in a casual, comfortable atmosphere.
Le Steak Frites St. Paul at Saint Denis serves lunch and dinner daily. The restaurant's main menu features an assortment of appetizers, salads, main courses and tapas desserts. Appetizers served at the restaurant include bang bang shrimps, pogos, fried calamari, smoked salmon, salmon tartare, onion soup and gratin snails. Entrées featured at Le Steak Frites St. Paul at Saint Denis include steak frites, filet mignon, chateaubriand, confit de canard, grilled salmon and sesame grilled tuna.
Montreal, QC H2W 2M7
Hours of Operation:
Daily: 11:00am - 11:00pm
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
bus et station de métro Mont-Royal
BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Non-Smoking
Waste of time and money. Food is below any standard. I dont understand that in a city full of good restaurants this can exist. Manu is boring with 5 or 6 meals, and they will not accommodate food requests (due to allergies etc.). Montreal restaurant scene has so much more to offer, stay away from this one.
The restaurants' ambiance was impeccable from the perfect lighting to the sultry romantic music! I was amazed at how knowledgeable and patient the waitress was with our table! Bonus point: YOU CAN BRING YOUR OWN WINE! I recommend this to anyone looking for something smooth, intimate and warm! Will definitely be coming back here!
I did my birthday there and we were 20 people. They have accommodated the settings well. Food was delicious ! Great portions except do not take the "petoncle" on the menus cause we my friend got his plate back there was 6pieces. It looked more of an entré than a
Meal . But as for everything else it was a great experience
We took out grandchildren to Montreal for the weekend and they love Steak and frites. This was the perfect place: The Frites were excellent nd the steak generous Iif perhaps a bit bland on the taste side). The steak was done properly: 3 à point and & saignant.
Service was friendly, attentive without being obtrusive, and helpful: In French when we spoke French and in English when a question was asked in English.
Bring your own wine is a decided plus!!
A bit noisy, but it was a Saturday night, after all.
I had booked Lalou for the evening, but my wife and the kids quite rightly made me change reservations. Lalou will wait till it's just the two of us, but this was perfect for us with the kids.
We were looking for a simple steak frites bistro- this one was a bit larger, and when we arrived could only be seated in the back immediately, and we were hungry and didn't want to wait for a table up front, that was our only mistake. The food was delicious, onion soup, and steak frites with great sauce choices, and perfectly cooked. And the all you can eat fries was a great addition- at first we thought why so few fries , but our waiter explained he'd refill all we wanted with hot crispy fries…yes we had many refills with delicious aioli sauce to dip!
Delicious dessert as well, chocolate cake with warm melted center!
Restaurant nicely located on St Denis. Great moderne stylish looking, unfortunately extremely difficult to understand the waiter in both French or English. After asking several times, and unable to comprehend two out of three cuts of meats. I ended up ordering a cut of meat, I really did not want and the cooking grade was not understood as well and I needed to return it for correction. Frustrating to watch our guest eat while I waited for a re-cooked steak St.Paul. Little effort was made to correct or recover the situation, except for the thumb up and smiles from our waiter. Price was not the issue only the experience. For this reason I would would have difficulty recommending this restaurant.
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