Montréal en Lumière is back for its 24th edition with hundreds of activities to enjoy throughout the city of Montréal. The event is divided into four experiences, including the Gastronomy component, which will be held under the theme "Montréal hosts". Find out how to enjoy this event in Old Montreal.
Several of the historic district's gastronomic establishments will be hosting international and local chefs and producers in the form of exclusive collaborations, culinary discoveries and educational workshops.
Ikanos, 112 McGill Street
The restaurant Ikanos welcomes you with the flavors of the sea. Greece is revealed in a different light during Montreal en Lumière by mixing traditional Greece with modern Greece. The Greek Mediterranean menu is inspired by the sea and is all about freshness and authentic flavours for $135.
Terrasse Nordheimer, 360 St. Antoine Street West
InterContinental Montreal presents a frosty Summer Evening on the snow-covered terrace of Nordheimer. Don't worry, the terrace will be warmed up with a warm and festive atmosphere typical of the south of France thanks to Ricard and Lillet. You will find a summer decor, a DJ, a BBQ, as well as games on the spot for an access fee of $30.
Auberge St-Gabriel, 426 Saint-Gabriel Street
L'Auberge St-Gabriel welcomes Les Trois Moineaux, three ITHQ students, who will present a 4-course menu featuring their wine products. For a second evening, Auberge St-Gabriel welcomes passionate winemakers from Domaine du Nival who will present a 4-course menu featuring their products.
Graziella, 116 McGill Street
Take a culinary trip to the Italian region of Piedmont for two evenings at Graziella. Chef Graziella Battista and her team will cook typical Piedmontese dishes that will be accompanied by the great Barbera de Braida wines. A gastronomic experience not to be missed.
Barroco, 312 St. Paul Street West
Barroco restaurant welcomes Tawse Winery and will take you on a journey through your taste buds. You will be able to taste a fine rustic cuisine paired with the wines of Tawse Winery.
Monarque, 460 St. Jacques Street
Monarque is home to Toronto's Canoe restaurant. Enjoy a creative 7-course tasting menu created in collaboration with Chef Jérémie Bastien and Chefs John Horne and Ron McKinley.
Osco!, 360 Saint-Antoine Street West
Get ready for a trip to the south of France at Osco! On the menu, a meal imagined by chefs Lionel Lévy, Lucas Hadengue and Clément Pouillotte. They have mixed frank tastes and surprising flavors to amaze your senses and make you travel between Quebec and the Mediterranean during 4 nights.
Couette & Gastronomie Packages
If you want to extend your stay in Old Montreal, take advantage of the Couette & Gastronomie packages. As part of Montreal en Lumière, hoteliers and restaurateurs are joining forces to make your mouth water with gourmet stays in Old Montreal:
Photos credits: Geneviève Giguère, Osco! / Agence Culte, Montréal en lumière
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