Awesome food, perfect supper, and a great romantic/family friendly environment. This was by far our favourite restaurant in Montreal during our 10 day trip.
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We have been wanting to try Portuguese food. This restaurant did not disappoint. It was romantic. We had a window seat looking out on St. Paul. The food and the service were both very, very good.
My father chose to eat here during a family trip to Montreal. Since we are of Portuguese heritage, we weren't keen on it since we eat it all the time. But we we were all very happy with the food - it was so flavourful...More
This was one of our favorite meals during our stay in Vieux-Port. We enjoyed the kind of fine, formal service you just don't get anymore. First rate meal at a very reasonable price. The staff were absolutely charming, and provided excellent, professional service despite it...More
You can usually tell if a restaurant is up-to-scratch by the quality of its calamari and crême brulée! Both were exquisite with mouth-watering medallion of bison in -between! If you are looking for a super restaurant with moderate prices in an old world Portuguese grand...More
We are looking for something close to the hotel for an European experience and we found this traditional Portuguese restaurant. We had clams and chorizo as appetizer and grilled cod for main dishes, everything was delicious and de service was friendly and courteous... Thumbs UP...More
We had a romantic dinner serenaded by Portuguese guitars. The owner David was very charming. We have visited Portugal and this place brought back fond memories! Try the seafood Cataplana, and Crepes Suzettes flambeed for dessert. Our waiter Manuel expertly prepared them at Our table...More
Service was impeccable. Beautiful Fado music playing.. all set for a really nice evening.......Food was ok... I had the Seafood rice which I expected to taste the spice in it along with the cilantro... but it just was not there. The scallops in the seafood...More
I took my wife and mother in law to this restuarant , it was a disappointing experience we ordered fish it was served raw , the fish was probably frozen when they put it on grill The desserts patiserie pourtugese was awfull full of fat...More
A friend of mine and I recently walked the streets of old Montreal. We noticed that Solmar offered Portuguese cuisine and decided to try it. The food was outstanding and the service was equally good. The restaurant is in a second floor and the view...More