Bistro-Brasserie Les Soeurs Grises
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Details & Description

Restaurant type

  • Bistro,
  • Pub,
  • Bar,
  • Brasserie,

Cuisine type

  • Regional,
  • Canadian,


  • Smoked Meat,
  • Homestyle Food,
  • Fish,
  • Tapas,
  • Brunch,
  • Sandwich,
    • Reuben Sandwich,
    • Hamburger,
    • Ribs,
  • more...
  • less...


  • Trendy,
  • Casual,


  • Taste Buds Package,
  • General Visit Package,
  • Groupe Package,
  • Brewer 101 Course,

Type of Cuisine

  • Quebec Cheese,
  • Soeurs Grise's Grilled Cheese,
  • Tortillas,
  • Tapas,
  • Smoke Meat,
  • Trout,
    • Salads,
    • Osso Bucco,
    • Game Meat,
    • Salmon,
  • more...
  • less...


  • With Collegue,
  • With Friends,
  • With Family,
  • With Lover,
  • Sofisticated Bistro Ambiance,
  • 5-7,

Products and Services

  • Smoked Meat,
  • Bistro,
  • Brewery,
  • Pub,


  • Scotch,
  • Boar,
  • Beer,
  • Tasting Beer Tray,
  • Smoke-House,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
32, rue McGill, Montréal, QC H2Y 3W5
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

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Delicious picks for MTLàTABLE 2017

Delicious picks for MTLàTABLE 2017

You have to go all the way south of the city to find the Soeurs Grises, but they're worth it! First course: smoked duck breast carpaccio, chickpea and beetroot hummus or smoked pepper cream, with mini grilled-cheese sandwiches. Followed by a maple-smoked salmon steak, a waffle au gratin with duck leg confit or white pudding with sweetbreads. Topped off with a chocolate and jam Beeramisu, a pouding chômeur with maple syrup or dates stuffed with goat cheese, cranberries and walnuts. Like being at home, but different.- 21$

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Tap into Montreal’s top microbrews

Tap into Montreal’s top microbrews

Go atone for your sins by tasting one of the many house beers. If we had to name just one, we’d go straight for the Amère supérieure (Best Bitter), for its fantastic name and its extraordinary flavour with hints of spruce.

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Our top 25 for Poutine Week 2016 in Montreal

Our top 25 for Poutine Week 2016 in Montreal

Here you can try hash brown-style potatoes cooked in duck fat with shredded pork, BBQ sauce and maple syrup. Not forgetting the Charlevoix cheese, sour cream and green onions, of course. And the sauce? Beer-based with venison reduction.

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