Montreal Online Review Rating $22-$35 per person.
Chez Eric & Fils is located at 438 Place Jacques Cartier in the Vieux Port of Montreal, a vibrant corner in the summer full of tourists and streets performers.... Music playing in the background while tourists enjoy their lunches and dinners on the terrace. Montreal Online Shops Review for this month brings us to Chez Eric & Fils, the family originated from France, who settled in this new land many years ago runs the place. A charming place! room for around 120 seats, with dancing floor and live perfomances. Chez Eric lunch's Table Hote includes: osso buco marinana a la linguini (porc osso buco seared pan with fried garlic in omega 6, ripped tomatoes, herbs and cooked in oven); roasted chicken with vegetables and friends fries (chicken thigh rubbed with garlic, spiced, salt and oil cook in oven until golden brown; tortellini a la rosa (became one of my favorite! Really, marinara sauce simmer on the piano, seasoned with single basil leave, pinch of thymes, pinch of salt, half a branch of rosemary. Finally, deglazed with white wine and tempered with a spoon of grated parmasan and blue cheese.
For the seafood lovers, Chez Eric serves "Plat du Pecheur" a gigantic plate of lobster, scallops, Shrimps, mussels, and saulmon a la marinara, white wine or creamy sauce.In this holiday spirit, this lovely and charming place has a special menu of four courses for $42.50.
1. Visit the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is located in heart of centerville.
2. Oratoire Saint Joseph of Mount Royal Daily Mass.
3. Take a self-guided walking tour of Mont Royal from a historical viewpoint the park surrounding is the habitat of more than 145 bird species).
4. Enjoy a tour of the Botanical Garden, near the Biodome and Olympic Stadium. The Montreal Botanical Garden is one of the city's most recognized site seeing, its door is openned all year long, Botanical Garden is one of the world's greatest botanical gardens. It offers a colourful program of events, exhibitions and activities all year long.
5. Celebrate Sunday mass at 11 am at Notre Dame Basilica of Montreal.
6. Learn to tango from one of Tango Libre free summertime intro classes in Montreal parks.
7. Thursdays after 5:30 get free admission to the Canadian Centre for Architecture and its exhibits on things such as Archeology of the Digital.
8. Celebrate Sunday mass at 11 am at Notre-Dame Basilica to hear a 25-person choir accompanied by the organ.
9. Avoid bad weather by exploring the twists and turns of Montreal Underground Pedestrian Network, the largest in the world with over 32 km of tunnels spread over more than 12 square kilometres.
10.Make use of free Wi-Fi to take the self-guided Five Generations, One Port tour and learn about the history of the Quays of the Old Port.