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Chez Alexandre & Fils

1454, rue Peel (Boul. de Maisonneuve O.) Send to Phone
A classic French brasserie at the heart of the downtown business district.
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Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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Chez Alexandre & Fils Restaurant Review

: Alexandre & Fils is a faithful rendition of a French brasserie, complete with brass fittings, leather banquettes, red velvet and, in the summertime, rattan chairs on the terrace. Even the waiters, dressed in black pants, white shirts and black bow ties, can be very Parisian in attitude, in a sometimes gruff, sometimes exuberant, yet always effective way. Open late every day, this restaurant, which also features an upstairs pub, can be a bit of a party place. The menu covers all the French bases with upscale touches, from French onion soup and escargots to steak tartare, duck and sausage cassoulet, sauerkraut with Champagne, boudin blood sausage, crispy duck confit with salad and potatoes and even grilled bone marrow with Guérande salt. The wine list is long, with Bordeaux and Burgundy leading the way. Desserts follow down the same path, with crème caramel, nougat glacé, chocolate mousse and crème brûlée.

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Exquisite Food & Service!
by Nancy on Wed Oct 12, 2011 5:28 am
I was refered to Chez Alexandre because I wanted to have some delicious French Cuisine, but I also wanted a quiet atmosphere with great food and service. I was even personally greeted by the owner, Alain Creton, who introduced me to exquisite cuisine. Would definately go there again and refer my friends!
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