|Cuisine Type |||Eclectic|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Table d'hôte, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Cheque, Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Ahuntsic/Saint-Laurent, East End|
|Getting There |||Sauvé Metro|
|Cross Street |||Christophe-Colomb|
Profile Last Updated: July 07, 2008
L’estaminet is the perfect place to enjoy a light gourmet meal without putting a dent in your wallet. Located on Fleury Street in the increasingly popular Ahuntsic district, this unpretentious bistro continues to earn the praise of all those who dine here. Established in 1985, L’estaminet offers a pan-European menu that includes a selection of favourites inspired by French, Italian, German and Belgian cuisine.
Mixing Things Up, Bistro Style
An eclectic clientele demands an equally eclectic menu. With patrons from the neighbourhood and from all over the island of Montreal, L’estaminet provides top quality bistro fare that includes a selection of burgers, tempting personal pizzas, the ever-popular croques (including monsieur, smoked salmon, ham and asparagus), sandwiches, salad, pasta and an ever changing table d’hôte that expands on the standard menu. Breakfast is served daily and the extensive weekend brunch menu has such a variety of choices that making your final selection may take some time.
Coffee, Tea and More
Like any bistro worthy of the name, L’estaminet offers a selection of coffees and espresso-based drinks (hot and iced). A wide array of herbal and other teas is available for your pleasure, too. Wine and beer are also on the menu, with St-Ambroise, Boréale and Stella Artois on tap. And if indulging your sweet tooth is more your thing (or if you want to cap a perfect meal), the dessert menu at L’estaminet features sinfully delicious pies, sorbets and cakes, including a different new featured cake every month.
Reservations: Reservations are recommended.