My spouse and I dined there for my birthday and during the Taste Montreal week. Since we decided on the first service at 6PM, we only had the 3-service menu. My spouse had the black bean soup which was very tasteful while I decided on the scallop ceviche. My appetizer was surprising on the first bite but as I go on eating, the different layers of flavour kicked in to attenuate somehow the powerful taste of the lime which was overpowering on the first bite. We both had the beff cheek which was fork-tender although mine was a little overseared. The dessert was a cream of banada and a chocolate marshmallow. Though both element were good, what stood out for me was the sauce that came with it. It was tangy, not overly sweet and compliments so well the other two elements. I will definately go back to try their five-service tasting menu which changes with the chef's inspiration (so we were told). All in all, a very nice discovery.
We had the very last table and could watch the chef working which was very nice. They do work hard. Lastly, this is a BYOB so you can bring a very special bottle at the price you're ready to put on. Another plus as far as I'm concerned!
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