In-the-know foodies flock to this classy Continental alternative to the South Shore's dime-a-dozen fish joints. Tucked into a heritage home on Montague Street, the restaurant has an elegant, airy interior, and the food is superb, from the tartare de boeuf through the tuna Niçoise to the final bite of fromage. To try the chef's tasting menu—seven courses for C$90, plus C$58 to add wine pairings—you need to notify the restaurant ahead of your visit. If
you can't score one of the 35-odd seats at dinner, come for Sunday brunch, when stellar dishes such as lobster eggs Benedict and brioche French toast are served.