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About Le Chat Noir
À propos de nous...
Vous retrouverez une ambiance particulière à l'heure du lunch avec notre clientèle d'affaire et touristique et en fin d'après-midi ou en soirée vous ne saurez jamais qui se retrouvera assis non loin de vous, artiste, journaliste, chroniqueur...
Vous serez charmé par notre atmosphère très Vieux-Montréal, décontractée avec ses beaux murs de pierres grises, son plancher d'origine et sa musique appropriée.
Le choix de menu et notre carte des vins vous emballera et vous serez très admiratifs de la présentation des plats qui en surprend plus d'un. Nos ingrédients sont toujours frais et l'exécution de nos plats est faite avec beaucoup de soin et de précision. Tout est fait maison de même que nos desserts et notre pain !
Montréal, QC H2Y 3S5
International, French, Bistro
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: samedi - dimanche: 10h30 - 15h (menu régulier aussi offert)
Dîner: lundi - dimanche: 10h30 - 16h
Souper: dimanche - jeudi: 16h - 22h, vendredi - samedi: 15h - 23h
CAN$31 to CAN$50
Il y a un stationnement public payant juste à coté du restaurant.
Métro Place d"Armes, autobus 55
Beer, BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Le Chat Noir Ratings and Reviews
Booked table of 8 on Saturday night at the last minute. Arrived to a completely empty restaurant. We were the only table all night LOL. The restaurant was poorly heated. Many of us had to eat with our winter coats on. This despite telling the wait staff we found it cold many times. The appetizers were actually quite good. Enjoyed my cauliflower gratin. The main courses took very long to arrive. The Beef Bourguignon was sent back by the 3 of us that ordered it. It had an uncharacteristically smokey flavour. We instead ordered 3 steaks all medium. One arrived Medium, one rare, one well-done. The chocolate mouse with raspberries was very good. Not overly sweet, very chocolatey.
The restaurant had just reopened from a vacation. They had not received their liquor and wine order so our first couple of choices were not available. Nevertheless our waitress made an excellent recommendation. We were a party of 5 and each of us enjoyed our meal. On this Sunday evening the restaurant was not busy so it was quite quiet.
They were, I think, understaffed and a bit overwhelmed. It was Christmas dinner and not many places in town open so they were busy. Could have been really good but they forgot 2 of the 4 orders and they left our lamb and duck waiting, and were cold and lost all pop by the the time we got them. Too bad, liked the place, music, kinda everything but they got too many service basics wrong. Oh well
The food is great, and it's in a fantastic location (just past the Basilica) but what really makes this place special is the service. Waitress was fantastic, went out of her way to make sure we enjoyed our meal, made recommendations from the menu, explained how the taxes worked in Quebec and wrote a long list of things to see and do in Montreal! I would definitely return for that reason alone.
I found the restaurant through Open Table. We were on vacation and staying in Old Montreal so we wanted a restaurant we could walk to. There were only 2 other tables occupied, one by a couple and one by a group of 8. The waitress was pleasant and brought our cocktails, wine and salads at a reasonable pace. The entrees we ordered (grilled duck breast and grilled chicken breasts) came an hour after we had finished our salads. The waitress apologized and said they only had one chef on that night. While we were waiting and looking out the open folding windows, there was an altercation between a group of men walking in one direction and a car driving in the other when the driver jumped out of the car. While the food was very good, there are better places to eat in the city.
Perhaps it was our food choice but the pasta alfredo was very boring - we had it with chicken which was literally 6 pieces of reheated meat. There were no herbs in the dish and no Parmesan or black pepper was offered when it was served. I could have done far better myself and I am not a chef! My pavlova desert was a slight improvement but there was so little cream that the fruit coulis it was served with was overpowering and too sweet. Overall we were disappointed.
Nous sommes allés au Chat Noir surtout parce que nous aimions cet endroit lorsqu'il était le Pizzédelic. Nous avons étè déçu. Le nourriture était très ordinaire et l'endroit était presque vide. J'ai pris le foie de veau qui goutait rien. La pizza de mon épouse n'avait rien de comparable à la pizza de Pizzédelic. Décevant surtout que les prix sont assez corsés. Même la bière en fût n'avait pas de gaz. Nous n'y retournerons pas surtout que ce n'est pas les restos qui manquent à Montréal. C'est dommage que le Pizzédelic n'y soit plus!
We came to this restaurant based on reviews from Trip Advisor. When we arrived, we were greeted and promptly seated. Our server was there to attend to our needs and help with wine recommendation. We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner and still rave about the ambiance, our server and the food.
My Wife and I stopped in at this little restaurant for a late evening meal. Let start with the good. The food is absolutely great! No worries at all here. Flavourful and delicious. We tried to order a couple of Bourbon Old Fashions and they couldn't make them because the bar doesnt stock Bitters and only 1 type of Bourbon. Okay.... thats fine I guess. I asked she make us Crown Royal and Cola pressed.... they brought our drinks out with the water and cola on the side. This was also fine with us. Whe nthe bill came we were charged $60 for 5 drinks plus an extra $3 for the cola. This puts each drink at $12.50 which is the cost of a double!!!! Ripoff if you ask me... and for this I wont return.
The place is a real find! Great menu (try their veal kidneys in mustard sauce), very friendly staff, very accommodating and great wines at reasonable prices. Their desserts are a must with great presentation (chef used to be a pastry chef).
Location is OK in the old town, close to the cathedral but in a less visited street.
for a place with the word 'Pizze' in it's name. We ordered the square 'Mega' style pizza and the crust was basically inedible. It tasted like some toppings thrown onto a big 9"x9" soda cracker. If you're looking for a thin crust pizza that is round and familiar, then this is not what to expect.
Sure the outdoor space is great on a nice day, but more often than not you are sitting right next to the STM buses that are waiting for the traffic light to turn. Suggest ordering another food item or trying a different crust type.
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