What You Can Expect From the Sinclair Restaurant’s $25 Prix Fixe Lunch Menu

What You Can Expect From the Sinclair Restaurant’s $25 Prix Fixe Lunch Menu

Many people will argue that breakfast is the most important meal of the day—and there’s a good chance you probably agree—but at Restaurant Sinclair in Old Montreal don’t make the mistake of ignoring a midday repast in favor of a morning meal.  L’Hotel St-Sulpice’s upscale eatery brings together classic culinary traditions with daringF modern techniques that will certainly delight your hunger pangs and your taste buds—no matter the time of day.

The impressive—and surprisingly affordable—$25 prix fixe lunch menu, however, offers excellent three-course options that you will not find anywhere else in Quebec.

COURSE 1

The Sinclair Restaurant $25 prix fixe lunch menu’s first course, obviously, consists of a wide selection of lighter plates that intend to tantalize your senses and motivate your metabolism.  Any of these dishes should get you started nicely:

  • soup du jour—chef’s selection soup of the day
  • Canadian beef Tartare served with traditional condiments
  • Wild mushroom-stuffed arancini served with a homemade black truffle aioli and chips of Prosciutto de Parma
  • lightly pan-seared Calamari served with a spicy black sesame aioli and wakame
  • Iceland salmon gravlax served with a green cardomom flavored sour cream
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COURSE 2

The second course of the  Sinclair Restaurant $25 prix fixe lunch menu will next cater to your sensual satisfaction in more hearty ways.  For the second course, you can choose from:

  • Australian lamb shank confit shredded and blended with fresh Parmigianno and cherry tomatoes, served with an Aroborio rice risotto
  • Fresh catch of the day
  • Slow-roasted Quebec pork loin served with a creamy goat cheese polenta, a zucchini tagliatelle, a puree of caramelized onions, and a thyme jus
  • Grain-fed chicken supreme served with a celeriac puree, maple-glazed heirloom carrots, and a wild mushroom sauce
  • Fresh, pan-seared Japan sea scallops and slice Spanish chorizo served with rosemary-flavored sauteed Royal butternut squash and a hazelnut butter sauce

COURSE 3

Finally, every great meal should end with something delightful. In this case, the pastry chef will prepare something inspired on the day. And yes, these items can change daily so be sure to check in every day of your stay at L’Hotel St-Sulpice in Old Montreal—around midday—to see what new item has appeared on the Restaurant Sinclair $25 prix fixe Lunch Menu.

Also, coffee and tea is available with all meals.

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