Restaurant Le P'Tit Plateau
330, rue Marie-Anne Est, Montreal, QC, H2W 1B1
The P’Tit Plateau restaurant is a small French bistro who always knew, throughout the years, how to seduce a growing customer base.
|Type de cuisine |||Française|
|Ambiance |||Intime, Décontracté|
|Caractéristiques |||Réservation obligatoire, Apportez votre vin|
|Prix moyen |||21$ - 30$|
|Paiement |||MasterCard, Visa, Argent comptant|
|Quartier |||Plateau Mont-Royal, Plateau/Outremont|
|Se rendre |||Mont Royal Plateau|
|Intersection |||Drolet St.|
|Tues-Sat: 5:30PM–10PM Mon-Sun: Closed|
Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 12 juin 2007
The restaurant’s patronage assures good quality food, equally implies a dinning area that is full of hungry diners. There are two services that keep the meals rolling because once the first service is over, the next crowd of people rush in. Those who enjoy sipping their wine at a very relaxed pace may feel rushed, however, it’s important to accommodate everyone. Many patrons don’t mind since they often need to attend a show after dinner. In any case, it’s recommended to reserve in advance.
Homemade French Cuisine
The restaurant serves delicious French cuisine and handles the specialties with great care. Duck, deer, foie gras and veal shank are all on the menu, accompanied by homemade sauces. The desserts are also made on-site – even the salmon is smoked in the kitchen. All main dishes are served with a choice of soup or salad and tea or coffee. For entrées and desserts you’ll need to leave a little more space in the gut but you won’t regret it!
Bring Your Own Wine
With its pleasant decor, the P’Tit Plateau will welcome you in a warm and lovely atmosphere. The open kitchen will let you smell all the wonderful aromas of the food. The small wooden tables and chairs are inviting without pretension. Finally, you may bring your own wine and also call the restaurant beforehand to find out what is on the day’s menu in order to make a better decision.