Les Enfants Terribles Brasserie
French Restaurant
Today 9:30 am – 12:00 am
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1257 Avenue Bernard Montréal, QC H2V 3M8 Canada
1257 Avenue BernardCAQCMontréalH2V 3M8
French Restaurant, BreweryToday 9:30 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 12:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSaturday 9:30 am – 12:00 amSunday 9:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Neighbourhood locale for eclectic comfort food, brunch & drinks, plus a bar & heated patio.- Google
People talk about mac and cheese, shepherd's pie, salmon tartare, lamb burger and the beef tartare
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Andrew Sutton
reviewed 4 months ago
I went to this restaurant after I won a mini putt tournament at work. My colleagues went out after mini putt and invited me to come. I lied to everyone and told them I was going to see my brother. I actually came to this restaurant to steal salt and pepper shakers. I ordered a water (shaken, not stirred) and a virgin rum and coke. I had the fish soup. It was so great. BTW: I'm from gaspe, so we really know our fish. Did you know that fish is actually called Feesh in certain parts of Gaspe. So come on down for a great time, great fun, great people, nice looking ladies and in their bathrooms they have really clean toilets. Forget a mirror, just look in the toilet. Come for the meal, stay for feesh.
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May Mac
reviewed 6 months ago
Expensive for nothing, and they apparently "don't alter their menu". So asking something as simple as hold the tomatoes, or bacon on the side, was not possible. I would not go back there.
A Google User
reviewed 11 months ago
really good. Great place.
Seth Patterson
reviewed 7 months ago
If your going here, I hope its just to have a beer at the bar and to enjoy the decoration and atmosphere and cute, attentive waitresses. Those are the positives. The simple negatives are the food and the wine list- both have WAY too much pretention for what they are- mediocre. All the food is served in some 'creative' way on a white plate that is much too large and just looks ridiculous. For example: the Cesar Salad served was a 1/4 head of romaine lettuce- not cut up, still attached at the base, with some mayonaisey dressing stuff dribbled over the brown spots of the lettuce head (menu mentions yogurt- but that ain't yogurt) a giant pile of shavings of parmesan, whole pieces of fried proscutto jerky, and a couple of croutons. It's more like DIY Cesar. Really, how can you go so wrong with a classic?! And finally the wine list has a lot of 'Prive Importee' but I found it overpriced for what your getting.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
We were a party of 6 in our early 20s and had a reservation for 8:30 on a Thursday night. We were speaking English to one another but all of us are fluent in French. Upon entering the very crowded and cramped restaurant at 8:25, we were told that our table wasn't ready yet. There were no seats for the 6 of us and we had no choice but to stand in the narrow passageway between tables, making it difficult for the servers to pass and unintentionally uncomfortably hovering over customers who were already seated. By 8:45, our table still wasn't ready, and upon inquiring, the hostess said that the party was taking a long time to eat and she couldn't do anything about it. She added that there was a note in our reservation that we'd be willing to wait, which she was sure to point out by the word "dattendre" under our name on the screen. We were told there could be a five minute wait upon making the reservation, not a half hour wait! Finally, we left the restaurant at 9:00, but it is certainly not easy to find space for 6 people on Bernard without a reservation. About 5 minutes after leaving, we received a call saying our table was now ready and returned to Les Enfants Terribles. As the busboy was setting the table with wine glasses, the waiter said in French "no wine glasses for them, they won't be needing them" as if we didn't understand. Three of us did in fact order cocktails (at $12 a glass, may I add,) but two of the drinks had no alcohol whatsoever in them. When we told the waiter there was no alcohol in them, he didn't even deny it, and instead said "I'll get you a new one." As the waiter was taking our orders, I told him that we had waited over half an hour for our table and said I hope something could be done. When he returned, he said that he was told that we were told that there would be a wait and consequently there was nothing that could be done. There was no apology whatsoever and the blame seemed to be put on us. This is absolutely absurd, given that we were told that there could be a 5 minute wait, not over a 30-minute one. That long a wait is simply unacceptable for any establishment, much less a restaurant with Les Enfants Terribles' jacked-up prices. The food itself was good, and once we were seated, the service was prompt. Nevertheless, one could find the same quality of food for a cheaper price elsewhere in the city, and certainly with better service. Overall, it was a "terrible" experience (pun intended). I sincerely hope that the management of Les Enfants Terribles reads this review and realizes that a paying customer is a paying customer, whether they are young or old or speak English or French, and deserve to be treated with the same amount of respect. All customers also have the ability to tarnish the restaurant's name by writing a negative review online. Guess I just did that!
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Disliked: Food, Service, Atmosphere, Value
A Google User
reviewed 5 years ago
Dinner is fair, desserts are pretty amazing, service for some reason is off, the hostess/owner is really nice although staff need helps, messed up orders and slow/unatentive. Ambiance/decor is really amazing, street side terrace is nice.