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Enjoy the warmth of the cafe while playing with residents cats at Cafe Chat l'heureux, a place promoting interaction between humans and felines. Quality food will deliver a unique experience in this lovely place! Everything is homemade, from generous fresh salads, gourmets sandwiches, soups to unique homemade desserts. Several advantageous formulas. An experience not to miss in Montreal!
My partner and I were traveling and missing our kitties; a visit to this comfortable cat Cafe let us get our fill. The cats are sweet and wander around as they please; the food was delicious and refreshing!
This is off the beaten path - not super easy to find via metro or bus, but it is fun if you are a cat lover. Eight cats live here, and you can pet them if they are awake. Fun fun fun!
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While they way they advertise the cats inside felt a little like a strip club to me, this place is a must see for any cat lover passing through Montreal! All of the feline friends here are actually super friendly and while a couple of...More
Really quirky place to visit and the cats are amazing. Definitely worth a trip if your into cats. We went early in the morning and where practically first people there so had time with the cats.
The place has a nice atmosphere and feel.
I was very unsure about a cafe filled with cats, but I was blown away! I started off with a latte followed by the "cat lady" grilled cheese. Both were absolutely amazing. On top of that, the restaurant was very clean for having as many...More
First of all, let me start off by saying: the cats are absolutely adorable. While most of them were sleeping during lunch, there were a couple of cats (not to mention 2 kittens) that were very playful. Aside from the cats, the atmosphere is very...More
A lovely late-afternoon break among lovely fluff balls. Comfy seats and a nice waitering work.
If you love to be surrounded by playful cats, this is your place !
You might find the prices a bit high but keep in mind that some of this...More
It is too bad that you are not allowed to pick up a cat or have it sit on your lap. These cats have been so exposed to people that they just want to ignore the people in the restaurant. They are placid and many...More
Date of visit: December 2018
clem0688, Propriétaire at Cafe Chat l'Heureux, responded to this reviewResponded December 29, 2018
Thank you for sharing your experience. the experience with cats differ each time, if it's really important for you to interact a lot with cats, we notice to come the morning at the opening or after 6pm, the afternoon is the busiest time. It's important...More
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