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    A Hidden Gem

    The entrance is hidden and small. You take the stairs up and open an old wooden door to enter a beautiful and elegant old-fashioned dining room. Live guitar plays intermittently in the background with some Portuguese songs. We left our wine and food choices to our waiter, and we were not disappointed. The bottle of Portuguese Dona Maria was quite flavourful and fresh. The potato and kale soupe was just lovely. The seafood platter (which must be the Portuguese version of the paella) was very generous with everything from a whole lobster to mussels. While not spicy, it had no fishy smell to it at all. The deserts were as delightful. We left very happy.

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    September 4, 2017

    Glad we found this restaurant. By far the best Seafood we have ever had. Pleasant atmosphere, service was great and food was execptional. Will definitely return.

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 5/5

    Service: 5/5

    August 28, 2017

    Excellent service and one of the best portugese restaurants I've been to. I highly recommend it!

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 4/5

    Service: 5/5

    June 25, 2017

    Best experience ever, the only downside is to try to get to the Old Port and park near St. Paul, but thatt's my bad, cuz I forgot the parking lot across the Bon secours. The resto is chic and old style , with out being pretentious. The food was delicious and service was beyond kind.

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 5/5

    Service: 5/5

    January 8, 2017

    The best portuguese restaurant in Montreal!

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 5/5

    Service: 5/5

    November 25, 2016

    The best Portuguese food in Montreal

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 5/5

    Service: 5/5

    November 6, 2016

    Nice and attentive service ! Food was tasty . Good atmosphere ... We will return !

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 4/5

    Service: 5/5

    October 30, 2016

    Very-very nice place. Fado is amazing!

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 5/5

    Service: 5/5

    October 14, 2016

    Greatl Portuguese restaurant in the heart of old town Montreal east

    Ambiance: 5/5

    Cuisine: 5/5

    Service: 5/5

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    An institution since 1972, Solmar restaurant serves Portuguese cuisine made with Quebec ingredients. Of course, fish and seafood are featured, but you may prefer Portuguese tapas or Portuguese-style filet mignon. To accompany your meal, their wine cellar offers a wide selection of Portos and wines. Every Friday and Saturday night, a guitarist accompanies a singer, who most often sings fado. The artists change every week but their music always creates an elegant, romantic atmosphere, which, with the help of your meal, will transport you to the seaside in Portugal. Note that the restaurant has a private room.

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