In a city known for its current fine dining and farm-to-table obsession, Toqué was the first market-driven restaurant to list its producers right on the menu (and they’ve stayed with those same producers for the past thirty years) and their seasonal cocktails and dishes set a culinary standard for the city’s dining scene.
The minimalist yet warm dining room opens onto Place Jean-Paul Riopelle, with a view either to the park outside or to the wine cellar inside. Lunch here is a nice option: a two-course table d’hôte with your choice of appetizer and main, like a classic red wine onion soup or foie gras, duck confit or a suckling pig for a main, and à la carte, beautifully presented desserts. Dinner offers similar classics that are always changing based on the season (we can’t wait for snow crab in the spring and lobster in summer) and always presented with finesse.
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