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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS La Queue de Cheval

1221, boul. René-Lévesque O. (Rue Drumond) Send to Phone
514-390-0090
Steakhouse fare, a fish market and a tearoom coexist in the historic château-style building.
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS La Queue de Cheval Restaurant Review

: In a city well known for topnotch steaks, La Queue de Cheval sets the bar for its competition. The cuts of dry-aged USDA beef are butchered in-house, spiced just so and brought to the table for inspection before being grilled to order. The rib-eye is notable but few can help but come back for the specialty, Lou’s Choice Cut. Fresh fish is offered roasted, seared or prepared to diners’ specifications; lamb, veal, lobster and a fish market round out the offerings. The knowledgeable sommeliers help patrons make a selection from the impressive wine list. The historic château-style building has been beautifully restored with special attention paid to each detail, from the tables to the vaulted ceilings. A modern open kitchen offsets the rich wood walls and curving staircase while a private tearoom offers quiet elegance for corporate meetings and intimate gatherings.

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