Lifestyle & Parenting

Finer Dining

March 25, 2011

We love fine dining but always end up asking ourselves at the end of the
meal: How can it be so expensive when I only ate one thing?

Le Filet,
run by the team behind Le Club Chasse et Pêche, offers elevated cuisine
in a long list of tapas-sized plates allowing diners to share in the
discovery of their innovative dishes.

We started with a refreshingly crisp salad of jicama, fennel, citrus and
fresh mint ($10) along with tastes-like-summer scallops with avocado,
orange and beet ($15). After devouring the savoury wagyu beef tataki
with ginger and sesame ($16) we dug into a rich Dungeness crab risotto
($19) that melted onto our plate and in our mouth. But our
lick-the-plate-clean favourite of the evening was the sweet
squash-filled ravioli with amaretti and almonds ($14).

Bring on the indulgence.

Le Filet, 219 Mont-Royal Ave. W., Montreal, 514-360-6060,


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