Westmount restaurants to discover

With its large, beautiful houses and pretty tree-lined streets, Westmount is undoubtedly Montreal's most exclusive neighbourhood. In recent years, many restaurateurs have chosen to open restaurants here, leading to an impressive selection to choose from. Here are some of the restaurants to discover in Westmount!

Brasserie Central

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

Inspired by Parisian brasseries, Brasserie Central (our photo)offers French cuisine with a creative touch. Once you’re nestled into its elegant black and white decor you can enjoy a steak frites, duck magret, or "Central" risotto with chorizo, green peas, cherry tomatoes and shrimp.

Park Restaurant

378, av Victoria, Westmount, QC H3Z 2N4

This sushi restaurant has received much praise since its opening in 2012. Chef Antonio Park also offers a wide selection of Korean, Argentine and Paraguayan dishes. Trust him and try the "Omakase" tasting menu that is built around his inspiration and ingredients of the moment.

Restaurant Imadake

4006, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Westmount, QC H3Z 1P2

Imadake is a Japanese bistro where the dishes are meant to be shared. The restaurant's philosophy is “live in the moment”, and you will when you’re enjoying the fine fare here. To achieve this, the menu is constantly evolving to offer a memorable dining experience. You can enjoy many Japanese specialties such as wasabi octopus salad, Takoyaki meatballs and marinated black cod with miso.

Brasserie Lucille's

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

Located on Monkland Avenue, Brasserie Lucilles offers a menu and decor inspired by New England. They offer, of course, lobster rolls, oysters, fish n' chips and several meat options such as filet mignon or ribs. As a starter, you can also enjoy a Bloody Caesar served with oysters, shrimp and a crab leg!

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