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Le Latini

1130, rue Jeanne-Mance (Boul. René-Lévesque O.) Send to Phone
Montreal’s oldest Italian fine dining restaurant.
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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner Mon.-Sat.
Open late

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Le Latini Restaurant Review

: A deep-rooted sense of authenticity is evident at this downtown establishment, known as one of the priciest, classiest rooms in the city. Look into its well thought out table d'hôte menu of house-marinated salmon, caramelized onion tart with Parmesan sauce and balsamic, black truffle squash gnocchi, porcini veal tenderloin on a bed of polenta, pastries and espresso. Risottos are of particular note, especially the green pea, fennel seed and pancetta risi e bisi --- it's worth the twenty minute wait. The à la carte menu offers Italian fare such as shellfish lemon linguine and almond-crusted rack of lamb with bagna cauda. Le Latini is the only restaurant in Montreal that imports white truffles from Alba, Italy; when in season, the kitchen uses them to great effect and in ample amounts to dress pastas, sauces and stuffings. Save room for the tiramisu. Fine Italian wines are also available.

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