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Restaurant type

  • Steakhouse,

Cuisine type

  • French,
  • American Cuisine,


  • Tartare,
  • Hamburger,


  • Full Bar,
  • Extensive Wine List,
  • Reservation,
  • Restaurant With Parking,


  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Burgers,
  • Steak Tartare,
  • Wines,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,

Getting There

  • Walking Distance From Mont-Royal Metro Station,
4177, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M7
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

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In Montreal, the intersection of Saint-Denis and Rachel has long been recognized as a dynamic and lively place (think: ultra-frequented) where, over the years, shops, cafés, bars and restaurants have established themselves. Since December 2010, the southeast corner has been occupied by the restaurant Le Hachoir, a bistro-style establishment, opened by the notable Jean-François Corriveau and Alain Dussault.

“At first, we had the idea of making​​ luxury burgers,” says Alain. “Then, we decided we want to be the ones making our meats. We had liked the concept of a guy making his meats in a cold room, and making his burgers on a cooked-to-order basis.” The team liked the idea but felt it was incomplete, so they added tartares to the menu. Soon after, they came up with the name for their restaurant, which translates to “Chopper” in English.

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    Erika D

    Satisfaction goes right after Hachoir. I tried this restaurant on a saturday night and despite the over capacity the service was impeccable and the food excellent. I loved the salmon tartare and the long island tea made me gratefully tipsy.

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    Montreal's Burger Week 2017

    The Big H – In any order : Old style mustard bun, pattie made of ½ beef shoulder, ¼ round beef, ¼ short rib of beef, pastrami of pig neck (Hungarian style), cheese Sorcier de Missisquoi, slice of fried green tomato, Quebec peppers and chilies, chutney, mayo and basil, arugula. $18

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    Saint-Denis Street: Yes, we are always open!

    Burgers, tartares, and wine...what more could you wish for? It’s hard to miss this delightful establishment located on the corner of Rachel. Chef Loïc Tellier offers an original burger that he recreates each week. Other dining options include a lunch tartare dish (beef, tuna or salmon) and the chickpea veggie burger. A must try is "The Poutine," served with braised beef, cheese curds, fried mushrooms and onions that are caramelized using Jack Daniel's. In the evening, you can enjoy Black Angus butcher cuts including flank steak, striploin, hanging tender and boneless rib steak. Wine and cocktails are available.

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    Dinner for two on the Plateau-Mont-Royal

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    Are you are a tartare devotee? If so, Restaurant Hachoir won’t disappoint. And if you’re significant other doesn’t share your devotion, there are still plenty of other interesting dishes to try, like the flank steak and tasty burgers. As for décor, Le Hachoir offers a laid-back and lively atmosphere.

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