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Passe-Partout, Le
3857 Decarie Blvd.

Open Tue.-Fri. for lunch (reservations for 11:30 a.m to 2 p.m.) and Thur.-Sat. for dinner (reservations for 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.). Licensed. Accepts major credit cards, Interac. 487-7750.
My dining companion's "best lunch in MTL" proved to be exactly that. She is a notoriously "picky" fish eater and when I hear her order quenelles as an appetizer followed by pompano as a main course, I know she's onto something. My root vegetable soup was a "10" as was the Saucisse de Toulouse with polenta and braised vegetables.

Mango sorbet and coffee topped off a memorable lunch. As we're well known here, I paid particular attention to the service and presentation at the other tables. They were treated no differently. (i.e. superbly).

New waitperson was being trained by long term staffer in a very unobtrusive manner. Not only does the food shine here, but the service does also. Always the proper flatware, always professional and gracious service for everyone.

Member of "Distinguished Restaurants of North America" and one of the "100 Best Places to Eat in Canada". Not cheap, but worth every loony!


Return to Le Passe Partout like old home week. Suzanne and James as welcoming as ever and usual stellar lunch. Don't mind the bill here. Via Verde in Westmount still a luncheon steal with the antipasto buffet, main course and coffee for about 11$. If I'd become a "teetotaler" my dining bills would go way down, but I can't consume a nice lunch or dinner without a little vino. —
Reviewed by Joseph Mathews

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