Dinner on Saturday night at Boris Bistro in Old Montreal was great. We made reservations at a place recommend in both Robert’s and my guide books. Boris Bistro on Mcgill in old Montreal.
It was my first time tasting Foie Gras. All things considered, it was pretty damn tasty. Also on the appetizer selection this might were french fries cooked in duck fat, and Escargot. That’s the Foie Gras in the pastry at the bottom.
I enjoyed duck magret, in an espresso cardamom sauce, John had the braised beef, in red wine and bacon sauce. Robert had the lamb shank confit, tomato sauce and creamy polenta. With wine and the most delicious chocolate mouse, caramel thing it was a fantastic meal.
After that we strolled old Montreal before taking the subway to the Mont Royal area where an entire street was closed to traffic for the enjoyment of strolling from restaurant to bar to bar enjoying sidewalk venders along the way.
Seeing and hearing the F1 cars was fantastic, but this may have been the peak of my visit to Montreal. Very nice.