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8870, rue Lajeunesse, Montréal, QC H2M 1R6
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Methods of Payment:

  • Cash
  • Interac

Opening Hours

Fermé Entre 14h Et 16:30h

Restaurant type

  • Mediaeval Cuisine,

Cuisine type

  • Medieval,


  • Hamburger,
  • Comfort Food,


  • Group Reservation,
  • Lunch Menu,
  • Show Each Night,


  • Casual,


  • Restaurant Médiéval,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,

Meet the owner

L' Auberge du Dragon Rouge (The Red Dragon Inn) and its owner, Martin Gauthier, have been welcoming passersby and adventurers in search of victuals and beer since October 1992. For Martin, the love of the medieval era goes back to his childhood. "We used to play Dungeons and Dragons, and the passion for the game turned into a passion for history. That passion for history led to my interest in the culinary arts of the Middle Ages," he explains.

But Martin's entrepreneurial spirit stretches back to when he was a teen. During his high school years, he was printing on clothing. "At 16, I was already in my element," he says. "We had a premises, graphic artists and employees." When he was 20, he sold his shares in the printing company to embark on his epic quest, setting out on the road to adventure, a road that led into the great world of catering.

Read the story of Auberge Du Dragon Rouge

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For over 20 years, the Oyez Oyez troupe has combined dining events with time-travelling entertainment. At the Auberge du Dragon Rouge, visitors jump back several centuries to meet characters from the Middle Ages: knights, troubadours, priests and nobles, and sample their feasts, fit for fine palates. Menu items include guinea hen with duck confit, wild boar sausages or ribs, and wild game tourtière.

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A trip to the medieval era, anyone? They don’t take reservations here; it’s first come, first served. Start the evening with cold cuts and delicatessen items composed of duck rillettes, chicken liver mousse and wild boar pâté, perfect for sharing with your friends. You can then continue with the gargantuan feast (duck, guinea fowl, and spare ribs) or the gargantuan wild boar feast!

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