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Le Devoir

avril 2011

Le Devoir

The Valois: Profile of a great restaurant, by Philippe Molé
"It is no longer possible to say that great culinary experiences can only be found in the downtown or Old Montreal. Here we discover the soul of a great brasserie, with simple feel-good dishes.
The duck tartare was wonderful... Great care is given to service, from the knowledge of the offered dishes to the kindness of the staff members, ... It is good to rediscover the discreet charm of this bistro of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve among the best in Quebec! "
Voir Guide Restos

juin 2008

Voir Guide Resto

Gilas Menu gives three stars in his article HoMa, it'schic!
The Valois : a distinguished brasserie in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Spoilt for choice by a seemingly endless wine list that offers a wide variety of private importations at very reasonable prices.
The Valois tartare is among the best eaten in a long time
the silky texture of single cream caramel and vanilla... Certainly, happiness hangs by a thread...
Magazine Clin d'Oeil


Magazine Clin d'Oeil

Mid-day brasserie
Why the Valois? Because good brasserie restaurants are not numerous. We could enjoy this canteen from Monday to Friday ... The fries alone are worth the detour.
Voir Guide Restos

Nov 2007

Voir Resto Guide

Happiness Jar by Mathilde Singer.
Go taste the verrine of duck foie gras with ice cider jelly by Chef Frederic Houtin.
Monique et sa chronique

Mars 2008

Mon Quartier Review

Monique and her column: The music is good, not too loud, encouraging conversation: jazz, song, piano, guitar ... My appetizer, a real treat.... The salmon: a pleasure!