Quality Inn & Suites Le Versailles
50 rue Principale
St-Sauveur, QC J0R 1R6
Phone: (450) 240-0808
Fax: (450) 744-0445
50 rue Principale, St-Sauveur, QC, CA, J0R 1R6
- Phone: (450) 240-0808
- Fax: (450) 744-0445
After enjoying a lovely game of golf or admiring the scenic landscapes at the Golf Le Boisé, head down to the Dining Room for an exquisite meal. At this place, the chef offers some fine French cuisine with a very impressive list of wines at rather affordable prices. The menu is limited with the cuisine predominantly French. The dining room also has themed nights on a regular basis and even a buffet on certain days. Call ahead to know more.
Navia Bar and restaurant has excellent menu and drinks, especially martinis. They have special menus for dinner and people who come in groups. The in-house DJ play good music and there are relaxing lounges too. There are excellent facilities for small parties as well. Call ahead for more details.
When it comes to first impressions, Senzala will take your breath away as soon as you step inside, with its cutting edge interiors. Dramatic low-hanging lanterns and a lighting scheme bordering on psychedelic characterizes the striking dining room. The elegant seating options in muted colors provide an elegant contrast. Once accustomed to the grand setting, you can focus on the diverse menu of Brazilian delights, featuring a good mix of classics as well as modern creations. The kitchen takes inspiration from the Bahia region of Brazil, known for its eclectic culinary influences. The wine list is extensive, and pairs well with the food on offer. There's entertainment in the form of a live guitarist belting out Brazilian tunes. Fridays and Saturdays offer a special treat, with dancers putting up a spectacular samba show. All-in-all, it's a complete Brazilian experience.
The bright orange walls and the boldly colored curtains of this eatery portray a very vibrant and young atmosphere. One of the few Portuguese restaurants in Canada, O Cantinho is popular and a value for your money. Come for the grilled sardines and fresh fish preparations. The menu, though limited, has enough items to suite all palates.
Have a scrumptious meal with excellent musical accompaniment at Calistoga Grill. Located at Plaza Pointe-Claire, the restaurant not only serves delicious and grilled eatables food but also is one of the most sought after venue for local bands to perform. Special events take place here every night, may it be the ladies special night or even to commemorate a special day. The warm and friendly ambiance is such that it will make you feel at home. Add to this soft live music playing in the background and you wont want to leave. Check the website for additional details.
You can taste one of the best tapas in Tapeo, a Spanish restaurant in Montreal. Head Chef Marie-Fleur St. Pierre prepares a variety of Spanish dishes giving it a very authentic taste. A wide collection of Spanish wines compliment the food, making it more delicious. The restaurant is very well designed with the bar made of wood and tables adjoining it making it look very different. A very artistically designed place since you will find a lot of good paintings with different themes hanging on the wall in bright light.
Café Bistro L'Enchanteur is a laid-back bistro serving comfort food in an exotic atmosphere. The menu changes every week, but the freshness of the ingredients is always consistent, due in part to the restaurant's close proximity to the Jean-Talon Market. Affordable and unpretentious, it features a beautiful covered terrace that benefits from a cool shade, a refreshing spot in the summer to enjoy their homemade red or white sangria.
This little no-fuss joint is owned by a Peruvian family, has a French name, and serves Italian food: peculiar, but the combo seems to work! It is famous for its wood oven pizzas, and the roast chicken platter, Pollo alla Brassa, is a big hit with patrons too. The ambiance is not at all trendy, but the spacious, airy interior strikes the right chord; Peruvian statues and bare brick walls add a touch of warmth to the place. Best of all, you can bring your own wine along for a minimal corkage fee. Closing times vary.
La Tarantella is a restaurant that prides itself on authentic and high-quality Italian meals. You can order gnocchi with gorgonzola and walnuts, pappardelle (a kind of large fettuccine) or mussels in white wine sauce; along with pizzas like La Assunta that are named after people working here. Plus they're close to the Jean Talon Market, which means fresh produce. Desserts like tiramisu are made in-house.
At Pizza Mia, they cook around 40 different flavors of thick-crusted pizza daily. Here are a few to whet your appetite: one flavored with feta, goat cheese, mushrooms and peppers; another topped with mozzarella, parmesan, shrimp, pesto, scallops and fresh tomatoes; and why not a third, with Bocconcini, arugula, garlic and balsamic vinegar? They have focaccia, deep-dish pizzas, calzones and panzerotti. Dishes like vegetarian lasagna are also available. While enjoying a slice and an espresso, wireless Internet is available, too. And check out their shelves of exotic grocery items like raspberry balsamic vinegar spray and organic fig juice. Call to know more.
Kitchen Galerie is a cool little restaurant just north of the Jean Talon Market. Guests can order from the table d'hôte and choose from an extensive wine list. Two chefs, who will also be your servers, purchase their ingredients daily from the market and let them influence their menu, be it French, Italian or Chinese. Aside from a touch of serendipity, one of Kitchen Galerie's specialties is the rib-eye steak for two, served on one plate that stretches across the table. It's marinated in tarragon juice, comes with root vegetables as well as optional black truffles and foie gras.
La Miche Dorée is a family-owned business, committed to giving you some of the best tasting bread in the city. It’s made by hand and uses organic flour and sourdough yeast. Their homemade recipes simply taste good, with the likes of hazelnut and orange bread, and buckwheat bread for those wanting gluten-free goods. You can also stay for a fair-trade espresso and eat lunch, choosing from various sandwiches, salads, pizzas or quiches. The staff at La Miche Dorée often recognize the people coming in since there are a lot of regulars. Who knows? Maybe you’ll end up joining the ranks.