This British pub serves food that's a notch above the usual. Scotch eggs and the ploughman's lunch are paired with an English take on Québec's beloved poutine—with Stilton cheese and caramelized onions—though it's the fish-and-chips that really shines. Be sure to grab a pint of the Burgundy Lion Ale, or any of the many other beers on draft. Two patios are open in the summer for al fresco drinking. Note that it can get loud in the evenings.