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Ye Olde Orchard Pub

September 26th, 2007 · 9 Comments · Montreal Restaurants, Pub


On Montreal restaurant Ye Olde Orchard Chef Deck Says:

There once was a man from Ireland
Whose boredom grew tall to the highlands
He decided to move, to Monkland who knew
To pull pint’s for a living near Jews (trust me it would have been wittier if i was allowed to use dirty words).

Ye Olde Orchard pub has always been, and will remain, one of my favourite Montreal pubs. Their Sri Lankan curry is some of the best in Montreal, top notch bangers and mash (get the William Swiss), and the ye olde burger will never disappoint (though i suggest getting Monteray Jack over swiss). Oh ya almost forgot, they have all the best beers on tap (Guinness, Smithwicks, Kilkenny etc…) and one of the finest selections of single malts.

Entertainment: hell ya, they got trivia night/10
Service: kilts and windy days don’t necessarily mix/10
Food: 8.1212312/10

Chef Deck signing out!

Ye Olde Orchard Restaurant Information

5563 Monkland, NDG, Montreal
Telephone: 514-484-1569
Payment: Cash, Interac, Credit Cards

Downtown location:
1189 de la Montagne, corner René Lévesque, Montreal
Telephone: 514-874-1569
Payment: Cash, Interac, Credit Cards

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  • lilmisspoutine

    they do have great pints although their wait staff are little fascists regarding the ‘list’ for a seat outside.

  • Chef Deck

    I must say that you bring up a valid argument lilmisspoutiner….a trick you can pull though is “accidentally” vomiting on an unsuspecting customer forcing them to have to go home and change in turn giving you a free but smelly seat.

  • Bus Boy Bob

    The curry is amazing thanks to the Sri Lankin chef in the kitchen. Definitely worth trying while having a beer.

  • Gerry O’Good

    Steve, I’m resentful because you never let me play in your pubway bach in 2001. I had a repertoire of over 60 Irish tunes and would have played for free, but now you’ll have to pay me big time.

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  • CoSmIcReD

    ove been a long time fan of TYe Olde Orchard. Mostly on dedla Montagne before concerts or games at the Bell Centre its a great alternative to the overpriced Baton Rouge. Get there early enough to be able to get a seat and youre set. food is pretty decent, comes pretty quick for when youre rushing thru your meal to make the drop of the puck or opening act! nothing special to say on the menu really but beer and good times are always key! trivia nights at the new location on prince arthur are fun too! oh , and did i mention guys in kilts? HOT!

    • Chef Deck

      Yes we at Eatwell love men in Kilts…. especially after 8 pints of Smithicks

  • Chef Deck

    Yes we at Eatwell love men in Kilts…. especially after 8 pints of Smithicks