No one would expect a nice church architecture in a hidden residential neighbourhood such as Verdun, but this over 100 years old church has an impressive exterior and interior. I would not one should travel to see it as a landmark but if in the neighbourhood, it is worth a look.
Our first visit: lovely warm and welcoming staff, chef/owner who greets and chats with each table (well done!), beautiful presentation, delicious food! Resto was full on a Thursday night.
Only drawbacks - although we were encouraged to share plates, the fish portions left my husband hungry. Bill was $160 for three plates and half a bottle of wine. A little...
Appetizers were great, main; pork belly delish, duck delish, beef (one in our party thought the squash puree was too smokey - it robbed the enjoyment). Desserts not so great, brownie too hard. We left very full and overall pleased. The staff were very attentive.