1227 Rue de la Montagne, Montréal, QC H3G 1Z2, Canada, Montreal


Open Hours:

  • Sun

    18:00 - 21:30

  • Mon

    18:00 - 21:30

  • Tue

    12:00 - 13:30, 18:00 - 21:30

  • Wed

    12:00 - 13:30, 18:00 - 21:30

  • Thu

    12:00 - 13:30, 18:00 - 21:30

  • Fri

    12:00 - 13:30, 18:00 - 21:30

  • Sat

    18:00 - 22:00

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  • Hakan Koymen

    - 12 September 2018 -

    I did not know what to expect when we went to this unassuming restaurant because someone else had planned the dinner. The food and experience were a amazing! The thought and presentation with each item was delightful. Everyone in our large group was so happy with the night.

  • Doug Silverberg

    - 04 September 2018 -

    In a word, disappointing! There's a review here from Graig Earle which sums up Europea well. The food was fair to average, definitely not what you'd expect from a highly rated restaurant. Service was spotty, good at times, non existent at others. Our tasting menu dinner took 4.5 hours!! We sat for extended periods with empty dishes, and other extended periods without any food or drink. The wine pairing was poor and for one dish, they poured the wrong wine for the food presented. And for the cost, which I don't mind paying for quality, this place is not worth a visit.

  • Salvador Scott

    - 13 August 2018 -

    Whimsical courses whisked to the table, one delight after another made our meal an unforgettably one of the best ever. Chef and entire team in an open kitchen for those below delivers a perfect night. Service was the best. The wrapped meringue was an unexpected gift to help our memories linger.

  • Ysimer Gonzalez

    - 11 August 2018 -

    Amazing experience!! From the service, the food, the attention to details... it was EVERYTHING!!! I would totally recommend it to celebrate a special occasion or just to channel your inner foodie!! Definitely worth it!

  • Graig Earle

    - 29 May 2018 -

    The service was definitely worth a star; I was amazed that the staff could serve this weirdly presented and really average tasting food without bursting out laughing or crying. Deep fried cheese sticks in a cigar box! Smoked salmon in a smokey book! Bread on par with Air Canada's offerings! Beef jerky on a clothesline! Cotton Candy hanging in a little metal tree! It was like a three ring circus of food, right down to the quality: on par with what you'd buy at an actual circus! Expect dinner for two with a couple glasses of wine to easily cost more than $300. Thats enough for a several days' great food in Montreal! Avoid this place unless you think average food presented in bizarre ways makes it "gourmet" and somehow worth spending hundreds of dollars on.

  • Maria Ploug Petersen

    - 29 May 2018 -

    Judging from the many good reviews we thought we were in for a treat at Michelin star level. It turned out to be a very strange and expensive experience. The service was good, but the food was all about the gimmicks and not at all about quality. We felt like we were on a hidden camera show when the appetizers (deep fried cheese sticks!) were introduced in a cigar box, followed by beef jerky on a clothes line, etc. etc. The main course gimmick was a clay pot that we had to hammer out with a hammer (no the main course wasn't inside - the gimmick made no sense). The tasting menu culminated in a dessert "tree" filled with cotton candy, marshmallows etc. The evening didn't end with a team telling us that we were on hidden camera but with a 300 dollar bill for a very strange food experience for two and two glasses of wine.

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