Fodor's Expert Review Restaurant le H4C
Housed inside a stately former bank topped by a clock tower, this well-worth-the-trek restaurant uses the bank's old vault as a walk-in cellar while the dining room features stone walls and elegant leather chairs. Main dishes are hard to predict because of the product-driven cuisine but regularly features local and seasonal ingredientssuch as snow crab, Québec halibut, asparagus, and fiddleheads — but one thing that indeed does not change is the dedication and resourcefulness of the chef. The brunch menu is surprisingly creative and includes house-made beignets, jams, and spreads, and a riff on the classic pancakes, with theirs being made with apples, homemade yogurt, and maple syrup.. Reservations are recommended.
538 pl. St-Henri
Montréal, Québec H4C 2R9, Canada
- Snow crab
- Old bank building
- Delicious brunch menu