A friend and I visited Birks for brunch one Saturday afternoon in late April. We had a lovely multi-course interesting brunch served in a white tableclothed dining room on the mezzanine of the jewelry store.
The service was expectedly formal but friendly and very attentive. The menu for brunch isn't your typical eggs benedict, etc. The brunch is a mulit-coursed affair, with fresh breads, homemade jam, a kiwi half in an egg cup, a poached egg with bernaise and rosemary potatoes, roast beef with horseradish and wasabi remoulade, salmon spread, pain perdu and really good coffee and mimosas. We spent a relaxing three hours eating and chatting. We even considered staying for the afternoon tea that was beginning as we were leaving.
Based on this one experience, next time we're in Montreal we'll definitely be sure to stop by again for tea time, brunch, or lunch.
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