On Montreal Restaurant Kitchen Gallerie Chef Deck says:
They say that good things come in threes like the three musketeers, the three stooges and the three little pigs. My entire life this was something that I wanted to deny because of the fact that I was a four fan, but after goin to Kitchen Gallery I must say that I’ve found a new found appreciation for this odd number (still hate five, seven and eleven though). Chef’s Mathieu Cloutier and Jean-Philippe St-Denis threw out the riff-raff and the overhead to create a brilliant restaurant cooked, served, and bused all by themselves. The food here was top tier and there wasn’t a dish served that disappointed. We started with an amuse bouche of crème of yellow beets that was both refreshing and tasty. For our appetizers we had the fois gras parfais, fois gras poiler with cranberries, oyster on the half shell, and innovative fois gras peau cooked in the dishwasher. For our main course we opted for a seamlessly cooked cote de boeuf for two with a tarragon sauce (huge like Rita Macneil), and melt in your mouth filet of cerf, both accompanied by roasted potatoes and root vegetables. For dessert we ate mother-in-law’s yummy chocolate cake, berrys with crème, and a caramel dried fruit tart. For the price to quality ratio Kitchen Gallery can’t be beat.
Service: Nothing better then being served by a chef/10
Price: Twenty four to thirty two bucks for the 3 course Table d’hôte a person unless you’re an oyster or fois gras junky/10
Chef Deck signing out!
Kitchen Galerie Montreal Restaurant Information
60, Jean-Talon E, corner St-Dominique, Little Italy, Montreal
HOURS: Tues – Sat: 6:00 pm – 11 pm
Payment: Visa, MC, Interac
Cuisine: Bistro, French, Market