Located at the corner of St-Denis and Duluth streets, in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal, Joséphine restaurant offers original bistro cuisine that highlights fish and seafood.
Inspired by his many travels, chef Mario Matte revisits with passion classic dishes combined with different flavors of the world. On the plate, you will therefore find delicately crafted quality products, intelligently enhanced with local ingredients. The varied menu evolving with the creativity of the chef over the seasons will please everyone!
The wine list, meticulously developed by sommelier Bianka Loiselle, offers a wide selection of private import products and is constantly evolving in order to always offer the best food and wine pairings.
With its friendly atmosphere as well as its modern decor bathed in greenery and natural light, this restaurant on St-Denis street will quickly become your favorite destination for outings as a couple or with friends, either to enjoy a meal or to sip a glass of wine.
Joséphine’s mission is to promote quality sea products in a friendly atmosphere. In the kitchen, the chef and his team prepare original dishes where the emphasis is on fish and seafood as well as surprising flavor combinations to introduce you to new culinary delights.
For the more avid seafood enthusiats, platters ranging from one to three levels are available and the selection varies according to availability to offer the freshest products.
On Tuesdays, mussels and fries steal the show as they are all-you-can-eat for $ 20 while on Wednesdays, oyster lovers are in for a treat as they are only $ 1 each.
The wine list, signed by sommelier Bianka Loiselle, is constantly evolving to offer the best: it displays a selection of sparkling, white wines, red wines and orange wines so that everyone can find what they are looking for, whether for a glass during the happy hour or a bottle to share during the meal. Several products are certified organic or natural and they are mainly from private imports.
The sommelier will be delighted to help you find which one will meet your likes, or she can also create a customized wine and food pairing.
Joséphine also offers different spirits and beers, including some from Quebec. If you prefer a cocktail, our mixologist will be happy to concoct a classic or one of his creations.
Aperol Spritz fan? This summer, it's available for only $ 5 with the purchase of oysters, crudo of the day or seafood platter.
Discover an original and colorful cuisine with flavors of the sea along with a wine list well balanced between more classic products and organic and natural wines.
Seafood platters varying according to products availability, all-you-can-eat mussel Tuesdays and $1 oyster Wednesdays are now a must.Vegetarian options are also available.
Tuesday: all-you-can-eat mussels & fries for $20
Wednesday: oyster at $1
Aperol Spritz: $5 with the purchase of oysters, crudo of the day or seafood platter.
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It is in a large space of 80 seats that Joséphine takes place. By day, the dining room is bathed in natural light while lighting is subdued in the evening, creating a warm atmosphere conducive to discussions.
During summer season, there is also a charming terrace lined with plants and partially covered with vines which allows you to comfortably enjoy fair-weather.
In 2018, Jason-Neil Tremblay and Cathy Deschambault, owners of bar Clébard, opened Joséphine, a fish and seafood restaurant located on Le Plateau Mont-Royal.
The menu mainly includes fish and seafood but a delicious meat option is always available. Through his many travels, the chef adds flavors of the world to classics that he revisits with enthusiasm.
To go with it all, Bianka Loiselle, passionate sommelier, will guide you wonderfully in your choice of wine or bubbles throughout your meal.
In terms of decor, it was designer Amlyne Phillips from Chambre Design & Co who was able to make this restaurant a place that is both refined and welcoming.
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