Top spots for wining and dining in Montreal's Westmount

Montreal is known for its great tables, and Westmount does its part to contribute to this reputation. Westmounters love a good meal and have adventurous tastes, and the restaurants here reflect those preferences. An added benefit of frequenting the establishments here is that you won't have to deal with downtown parking. [Image credit: Ingerlhart]

Park Restaurant

378, av Victoria, Westmount, QC H3Z 2N4

Park, owned and operated by Chef Antonio Park, is a unique sushi restaurant that combines Japanese cuisine with Korean and South American influences. The food is excellent, and each dish is a visual feast. Chef Park's creativity and attention to detail are evident in every aspect of the restaurant, from the food to the service to the decor.

Brasserie Central

4858, rue Sherbrooke O, Westmount, QC H3Z 1H1

Brasserie Central is a beautiful, elegant bistro that draws a large, loyal lunch crowd and has a lively cinq à sept. Oysters, fish and seafood are the stars of its menu, but you'll also find typical French bistro offerings, such as steak frites, duck magret and hamburgers. Brasserie Central has an extensive and excellent wine list as well as a wide variety of cocktails.

Brasserie Lucille's

4124, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Westmount, QC H3Z 1P4

Lucille's is a fun, vibrant restaurant with good - if sometimes loud - music, friendly servers and great food. Come here to unwind after work with a few with drinks and order from the raw bar, or make a night of it and stay for dinner. Unlike Lucille's in N.D.G., the Brasserie is more steakhouse than oyster bar, and the menu includes options like porterhouse and Châteaubriand steaks in addition to the seafood specialties. Regulars rave about the prime rib and the Maryland crab cakes.

Tavern on the Square

1, Car Westmount, Westmount, QC H3Z 2P9

While other restaurants come and go so quickly you can't keep track, Tavern on the Square is something of a Westmount institution, serving up delicious, lovingly prepared food for almost 15 years. The menu includes favourites like the decadent mac and cheese made with raw milk cheeses and black truffle puree, as well as daily seasonal specials that feature local, fresh products that are organic and free-range wherever possible. With a great ambiance, wonderful service and fantastic food, Tavern has definitely earned its enduring success.

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