“Food… is a perishable art.”

“…that must be savoured at the peak of perfection.” ― E.A. Bucchianeri


Located in The Village on Ste Catherine Est, Steakhouse is frequented almost exclusively by locals–always a good sign.  The restaurant concept is simple but brilliant.  All meals are accompanied by locally made bread, salad, vegetable of the day, and unlimited frites which are always brought to the table hot and freshly prepared.  You simply choose a meat entrée.  I have had the petits filets on a couple of occasions but the duck confit is my favorite as the meat is always tender and cooked to perfection.  The restaurant does not serve alcohol, instead allowing you to bring your wine.  It does not charge its patrons a corkage fee, however, which, in some establishments, can be anywhere from US$ 25 – 35.00.  Your meal, therefore, can be extremely reasonable as there are a number of stores in the area where you can purchase wine and simply bring it with you into the restaurant.  Fantastic.

© steakhouse village.ca
© steakhouse village.ca

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