French, Contemporary, Seafood, Vegetarian options
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$$$$ Price range per person CAD 64 - 130
423 Rue Saint-Claude, Montreal
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Montreal, Québec, Canada

After enjoying Chateau Ramezay Historic Site and Museum of Montreal, visit this restaurant which is not far away. Here, you can find the recipes and ingredients of the French cuisine. Eating mouthwatering scallops, lobster risotto and foie gras is a nice experience here. Le Club Chasse et Pêche provides perfectly cooked parfait, gâteau and chocolate pie. According to the reviewers' opinions, waiters offer delicious wine, martinis or champagne. If you like chocolate frappe, order it at this place, it's great here.

The homely atmosphere of this spot allows visitors to relax after a hard working day. Most users indicate that the staff is pleasant. The fabulous service is a great advantage of this restaurant. Prices are found reasonable here. As a number of guests say, the decor of Le Club Chasse et Pêche is divine. Frommer's experts recommend this place, because they granted it 3 stars.

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Delicious food, a bit pricey but well worth it.
It was amazing! I would recommend it!
Despite my best efforts, there are still numerous Montreal staples that I have yet to try. Be it for lack of occasion or honestly just forgetting about them, some restaurants have been continuously on my to-try list for years and years. Le Club Chasse et Pêche has been one such place. The old Montreal staple run by Claude Pelletier, long lauded for the quality of their work since 2004, has weirdly never been one that I would think about when looking for a high end restaurant for an occasion. Well, thankfully that was fixed for me as a friend of mine decided to have his birthday dinner take place there so I finally got to see if all the praise was justified. Located very unassumingly on a side street in the Old Montreal, Le Club Chasse et Pêche has a somewhat weird visual motif to me. Given the age of the building, they highlight some of its classic features - beautiful old stone walls and archways -  in the periphery but the rest of the space is a mix of more modern touches - dark printed pattern wallpaper on the ceiling, black accent walls with a flat concrete-like finish, modernistic artwork, curved plastered walls which orient and separate the room in ways to make things feel more intimate but also weirdly disorienting. It works with the low lighting to create a very intimate ambience perfect for the type of special occasions that bring you to a place like this but personally not the type of style I enjoy. The menu is not big but frankly everything on the page sounded amazing. As a starter, I went with the crispy veal sweetbread served with a soubise sauce, comté, mustard and hazelnuts. I love sweetbreads so even though the rest of the items listed seemed like a weird mixture, I felt this dish call to me. It was superb - the sweetbread was cooked to perfection - juicy and tender but with a great exterior crunch. The onion sauce had a nice balance of sweetness and creaminess and the other elements worked well even if adding cheese, mustard and nuts to this would seem odd. Just trust me. The other starter I got to try through an exchange with the birthday boy was THE Club Chasse et Pêche classic starter - the braised piglet risotto topped with foie gras shavings. Holy cow did this dish not disappoint. My friend called it the best risotto he has ever had and I would agree. The risotto itself is cooked nicely - a touch firm but still very tender and the flavours are out of this world - the mixture of the pork and the rich foie gras made this so decadent but so powerful. Definitely a dish not to miss when you go! As a main dish, after much MUCH deliberation, I went with their version of the surf and turf, Le Chasse et Pêche, the component of which change regularly. On this occasion, it was buttery lobster and 30 day aged steak. Excellent preparation of both elements. The lobster was all rich and buttery goodness. The steak was seared perfectly and very tender. An excellent surf and turf. As a dessert, I decided to go with their Bomb - a caramel and milk chocolate tartelette served with an 80% chocolate sorbet. I loved the tarte - flaky and crisp with a great rich caramel flavour. Honestly I didn't like the sorbet - it felt too watery to me which gave us less impact than it should have. A minor quibble in a great meal. Le Club Chasse et Pêche was a great experience and worth the wait. The food was exquisite - our entire table left the dinner very full and satisfied. It may be easily missed when you walk around Old Montreal but believe it, it is definitely worth your attention. Don't wait as long as I did. Cheers!
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423 Rue Saint-Claude, Montreal, Québec, Canada
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SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 18:00-22:30
WednesdayWed 18:00-22:30
ThursdayThu 18:00-22:30
FridayFri 18:00-22:30
SaturdaySat 18:00-22:30

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