A grey stone rectory built in 1861 is an atmospheric setting in which to soak up some of Montreal’s most refined plates. The leafy terrace and Nordic-inspired wooden fit-out nod to the rippling pine forests that surround the city; and John Winter-Russell’s four-course set menu of locally sourced (and foraged) ingredients continues this theme. Think halibut with morel mushrooms and colourful slithers of radish and crab served with wild beach peas. The wine list focuses on organic and biodynamic pours with plenty of exciting Canadian options.
551 Rue Saint-Martin, Little Burgundy, Montreal, QC H3J 2L6