Brunch for Easter! | Montreal Newspaper

Finally, the long Easter weekend is here! This is the perfect time to spend precious moments with loved ones, to make up for lost time. Why not make it around an original and festive breakfast?

Here are some great addresses awaiting your presence to share unforgettable gourmet moments!

Restaurant H3

Brunch for Easter!

The restaurant at Hotel Humaniti, in downtown Montreal, is getting ready to welcome spring with a more attractive menu for Easter breakfast. For just one day, the whole family is invited to discover H3’s creative cuisine, through a four-course menu, where freshness, originality and delicacy will be on the menu.

Price: $ 65 / person, $ 35 / child 4 to 10 years old, free for children under 4 years old.

Brut – Gourmet Factory

Brunch for Easter!

The team behind the Brut restaurant is part of the new restaurant industry that does things well. Sharpened and motivated by the desire to brighten up Quebec terror and local artisans, chef Sébastien Dion in the kitchen, accompanied by his wife Véronique Benoit in the dining room, awaits you for a late breakfast where some classics will surely improve in their own way. A family service will be served from 10:00, which will be followed by a second, slightly more festive service from 13:00. Reservations are strongly recommended, only on April 17th.

Price: $ 55 per person


Brunch for Easter!

The brunch at the Spanish restaurant La Sobremesa is undoubtedly one of the city’s best kept secrets. Inspired by the famous H4C Sunday celebrations by Dany Bolduc, chef Bolduc revives his three-wave menu with a few small dishes. Croissants, donuts, cheeses, refrigeration, jam, sprinkles, granola (completely homemade), will precede the selected eggs, in addition to other dishes to be separated for land (meat), sea (fish and products) children). sea), as well as vegetables. Will you be fit enough to “surf” the third wave of sweets?

Price: $ 55 per person

Bistro La Fabrique

Brunch for Easter!

This Montreal brunch establishment – known for its gourmet dishes with astonishing taste – will celebrate the Easter meal in its own way. In the program, a menu with three tasting dishes under the sign of courage and originality: mummies-style egg verina, buckwheat croquettes with cheese and peas with Indian spices, salmon sweetened with sumac, zucchini and creamy filling with polenta. Let yourself be amazed!

Price: $ 37 / person (Sunday). Extremely open on Mondays for brunch, regular à la carte menu


Brunch for Easter!

At three of the four LOV restaurants in the region (we will have to wait for the branch on McGill Street), this weekend marks the brilliant return of “botanical” brunettes. Although the menu is entirely vegan, this does not stop the team from reinterpreting some classics, such as benedictine (with tofu and vegan hollandaise sauce), croque-monsieur (with Seitan from Quebec, vegan bechamel and fauxmage), or again pancakes stuffed with brilliant chocolate-hazelnut dye by Allo Simonne, a new company in Montreal.

    464 rue McGill, Montreal (morning breakfast menu not yet available)
    9180 Bulevardi Leduc, Brossard
    140 Centropolis Drive, Laval


Brunch for Easter!

On the occasion of Easter, Fiorella invites you to an Italian brunch! On April 16th and 17th, the counter of the restaurant located within the Gourmet district combines tradition and originality: purists will go for spaghetti alle vongole (with clams) or risotto ai funghi (risotto with mushrooms), while the curious will appreciate it more. croissant with leek fondue and perfect eggs, topped with a hollandaise cacio and pepe sauce (cheese and pepper). We also love the Italian dessert basket offered as an appetizer.

Price: Tasting menu $ 45 / person, y la carte menu available

Tommy Dion is a food columnist / critic and founder of the platform and web guide gustator

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