Restaurants continue to innovate by offering new menus that are ever more inventive and enticing. A tradition firmly rooted in families and friends, the weekend brunch is no exception and the concept is breaking out to surprise us even more.
At Nelli Café
Want to have brunch in a chic and refined atmosphere? Choose the Nelli Café, located in the Hotel Nelligan, in the heart of Old Montreal. Well known for its evening menu with natural food and wine pairing, Nelli is equally welcoming to start the day.
Its brunch menu is as elegant as it is original, with avocado pumpernickel toast, marinated salmon poke bowl, veggie or meat eggs Benedict, homemade pancakes and sandwiches of all kinds. A little mimosa with natural wine with that?
Cocktails at lunch
Wow! Cocktails at lunch! And not just mimosas. This is what you can find in several branches of l'Œufrier whose menu features several signature cocktails made from Quebec spirits, sparkling wine or beer.
The absolutely festive experience goes perfectly with the 150 different options on the Œufrier brunch menu, including their famous breakfast poutines. There is something for all tastes, all ages and all diets. Celebrating at breakfast, what a great way to start the day!
“Piu Che Perfetto” brunches
From Tiramisu and Passé Composé
Let's go for adventure with the “Piu Che Perfetto” brunches (more than perfect) served at the Tiramisu restaurant, in the heart of Montreal's Chinatown! Developed in collaboration with the chef of the bistro Passé Composite, this offbeat menu offers colorful dishes with Japanese, Italian and French influences, in a joyful Montreal fusion.
Discover Pizza Wolfgang, a smoked salmon pizza, miso whipped cream, poached duck egg, fior di latte, ricotta and black tobiko, or the Misu French Toast, topped with maple mascarpone, a poached pear, panko, misu coffee, syrup and sprinkled with icing sugar.
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