A charming and romantic restaurant in the heart of Old Montreal, Chez Queux offers excellent French cuisine and a renowned wine list, efficient, friendly service and enchanting ambiance.
In 1862, Henri-Maurice Perrault (an architect still remembered today for having designed the old Courthouse, City Hall, Sacré Coeur chapel and the church on Bonsecours street) was commissioned by Charles Wilson (the only Montreal mayor to have been elected by acclamation on three occasions) to design a building which was to be located on a site owned by him, in the heart of Old Montreal.
Today this antique architectural jewel built on Montreal's fortifications in a three-story high place of celebration where the refinement of the cuisine bring to mind the meals prepared by the Maîtres Queux (the king's chefs) at the French court.
Set prix fixe menu includes choice of appetizer, entrée, dessert and all tax and meal gratuity.
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