Hiatus Restaurant et Bar
Terrasse
Japanese
French
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Hiatus Restaurant et Bar

1 Pl. Ville-Marie #46EME

$$$$$
Fine Dining
Downtown
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A multi-tiered hospitality concept taking over the upper floors of Place VIlle-Marie, Hiatus has truly set itself up to do it all: An outdoor terrasse with Mediterranean raw bar dining on the 44th floor, a bar with snacks on the 45th, and a full-fledged restaurant on the floor above that (the 46th and highest in the building) cooks up Japanese and French plates with technique interplay between the two cuisines. That translates to things like ramen or nori tacos as well as foie gras tartelettes and arctic char. With ambitious interior redesigns by Sid Lee Architecture, Hiatus has among the highest and most highly-prized tables in the city when it comes to lavish dining.

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Savsav
Coffee
Restaurant
Bar

Savsav

780 Brewster Ave RC-015

Coffee
Saint-Henri
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Set below the 7m-high ceilings of a century-old heritage building in Saint-Henri, Savsav—a play on words from “ceux qui savent savent” (or IYKYK)—is the new all-day social club. Along with a beautiful, naturally-lit ambiance with custom furniture and a six-foot light fixture of white oak, waxed cord, and 60,000 handmade glass beads by artist @jamiewolfond, the project comes from BarBara alumni and serves coffee and tea by day and mostly natural private import wine and cocktails by night, as well as a menu for breakfast/lunch/dinner that evolves; there’s a different menu every week on Thursdays and Fridays.

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Sae Low
Metro Jean-Talon
Villeray
Restaurant
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Sae Low

426 Rue Faillon E

Asian
Villeray
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Taking over the space that once housed Cafécoquetel, Sae Low comes from chef Minh Phat Tu of Mui Mui and Anemone. True to its address’s former tenants, it’s a café and wine bar doing simple, small plates with pan-Asian influences on plates of seasonal Quebec products (a hallmark of Minh’s work). Think salmon tataki salads, or donburi-style bowls with spicy tuna, shiso and cucumber or roasted oyster mushrooms with peanut sauce. It’s simple and fresh with a wine list and coffee menu to match as well, making this place just as good for afternoons as it is for late evenings.

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