Montreal – YUL
The Scandinavian minimalism that informs the clean-lined decor of this Griffintown address also inspires the cooking of chef S’Arto-Chartier Otis. He offers an ever-evolving surprise menu of three or five courses; one might be sweetbreads with herb cavatelli and mushroom quenelle. The restaurant’s name comes from the Danish word for “where,” and although smoked sturgeon beneath thin-sliced hearts of palm is sourced from afar, the coriander in its bright green sauce is grown on the upstairs terrace.
1414 rue Notre-Dame O. H3C 1K9 | (514) 937-2001