The Ritz-Carlton Montreal has been the most elegant address in Quebec’s cultural capital since its opening in 1912. The iconic property recently completed a $200 million restoration that transformed the Grand Dame of Sherbrooke Street both inside and out.
After the hotel’s epic renovation foodies in Montreal were treated to the talents of famed French Chef Daniel Boulud when he opened up shop as the hotel’s signature restaurant Maison Boulud.
Four Seasons Hotel Toronto fans are sure to spot Chef Boulud’s signatures (mouthwatering beef burger and sweet madeleines) which also grace the menu at Cafe Boulud in Yorkville.
With a noted affinity for local and artisanal products, Maison Boulud enchants its diners with imaginative French dishes, attentive service, and a romantic dining room overlooking the hotel’s magical garden.
Executive Chef Riccardo Bertolino shares his flare for his home sweet home by brilliantly marrying classic French flavours with Italian traditions. Highlights from his menu include celery and caper muddled Veal Tonnato, lobster and maitake mushroom topped Potato Gnocchi, and succulent Roasted Guinea Fowl sitting perched over bean fricassee and crunchy fried kale.
Cosmopolitan de L’Orient | ketel one, cointreau, ginger and cilantro infusion, white cranberry
La Grande Dame | champagne, hendrick’s gin, cointreau, lemon juice, rose syrup
Arancini | saffron, smoked cheddar
Jamon Iberico Pata Negra Bellota Senorio | acorn fed iberico ham, grilled sourdough bread, tomato butter
Veal Tonnato | celery, capers
Potato Gnocchi | lobster, leeks, maitake mushroom, coral emulsion
Guinea Fowl | roasted breast, confit leg, bean fricassee, maitake mushrooms
Noisette | gianduja, praline, meyer lemon sorbet
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