By YP Contributor

A New Eatery in the Neighbourhood

When the idea to transform an old fire station into a huge restaurant dining room came up, no one suspected that the end result would be so impressive. It must be said, however, that the imposing building located at the corner of Rachel and Midway streets has what it takes to become the host of a large-scale eatery.

Residents of this little corner of Rosemont, which is highly residential and sorely lacking good restaurants, are now being served at Labarake. In fact, this district that once housed the former Angus shops is ironically beginning to take on that 'Angus' flavour.

I have employees who are committed and work hard and for that I am grateful. - Denis, owner
La Barake, restaurant, fish n' chips, brunch, dinners, oysters

Good Food, Reasonable Prices

Trendy and innovative, it's through a concept inspired by contemporary cuisine from the region that the three masters of food service have combined their expertise to give birth to this idea. Denis, Andy and Emmanuel have always worked in this business and their goal in opening Labarake was to create a space where people could gather to drink good wine and eat quality food in a friendly atmosphere at reasonable prices.

The result has been a success; Labarake is a large room with high ceilings, hanging lamps, an open kitchen and friendly staff who wear suspenders like no others can. Customers will be charmed by the vast wine cellar on the second floor, the large terrace and the quality of service. The owner, Denis, says his staff is some of the best, dedicated and enthusiastic about the restaurant. "I have employees who are committed and work hard and for that I am grateful," he says.

There are more than 40 staff members working at Labarake and it's easy to feel the enthusiasm and passion as they go about their work, offering customers the best of what they have to offer.

Labarake, restaurant, fish n' chips, brunch, dinners, oysters

Varied Menu for Lunch, Dinner and Brunch

Recognized for its fish n' chips, beef and salmon tartare and Angus beef burger, Labarake has an accessible menu that varies with the seasons. This makes it a great place for dinner with friends, happy hour, Sunday brunch or business dinners. And there is plenty of free parking overlooking the rear courtyard.

Next time you're looking for a great destination place to eat, visit Labarake at 3165 rue Rachel east. It may sound cliché, but try it, you'll definitely love it!

Labarake, restaurant, fish n' chips, brunch, dinners, oysters
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