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Le Cercle

228 & 226 1/2 St-Joseph E. (Rue St-Augustin) Send to Phone
Cutting-edge cultural complex serves up creative dishes in the emerging St-Roch quarter.
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Lunch & Dinner daily
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Le Cercle Restaurant Review

: More than just a restaurant in a cultural quarter, Le Cercle encourages its patrons to eat, drink and participate in the spirit of old-time European coffeehouses. The restaurant features group menus, à la carte, lunches and brunches. We suggest the starter of top-quality Hungarian smoked salami; the reasonably priced tapas menu includes tzatziki, grilled cheddar and chorizo, and a deli platter. You can also just name a budget and the chef will accommodate, giving you a mix of available dishes. The sausage and peppers are very Eastern European while the house-smoked salmon tartare is served with an attractive purée of snow peas. Other main dishes include flank steak or even smoked bison. The table d’hôte includes a soup or salad, main course, dessert and tea or coffee. Le Cercle is a unique concept where on-the-edge cultural events take place alongside a unique dining experience. The restaurant also offers a selection of imported wines.

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