We dine here every few months and have always received great service and food. I tend to start with the mussels and then follow up with the rack of lamb. We will return.
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Le Montmartre is situated in an old, spacious house. You feel as though you have been invited into a friend's dinning room. The welcome is very warm, service is very attentive. One almost feels one is back in France at a typical family-run bistro. The...More
Enter Le Montmartre, and you notice the understated elegance, and the soft French music playing softly in the background. .you are greeted at the door with Bonjour or Bonne Nuit depending if you are coming for lunch or dinner. Delicious Smells coming from the kitchen....More
Been here twice in last month. Not every dish a hit but generally very good. Old style restaurant with table cloths & napkins, a real light and flower on your table. Courteous staff and you can practice your French if you like. Of the salads,...More
This place has been here forever and now I now why. Food is truly excellent - maybe one step below Auberge du Pommeir. Thankfully the portions are average size - I was expecting Pommeir size. We had their pate, coq au vin, veal medallions and...More
This used to be one of our favourite restaurants and we used to visit 2-3 times each year. Well, we moved to Thornhill and although it's not far, we haven't been here in 2 or 3 years. I'm very pleased to say that this place...More
Went with a couple of friends to celebrate my birthday. Nice ambiance, the music was playing in the background low so i asked to have a music a little louder so i can hear the French music which they accommodated. 3 of us had the...More
We have been going to Le Montmartre, for special occasions, for several years. It never disappoints. The quality of the food and the service is excellent.
We sort of raided this place on the way to the airport for an evening departure. We did not rush but could not do the place justice either. It seemed to be delightfully old fashioned. The menu unchanged from what would have been served in...More