Restaurant Grinder is the newest addition to one of the oldest and now trendiest neighbourhoods in Montreal, Griffintown. The meat and wine concept opened on Thursday, December 6, and has been the talk of town as of lately.
Offering a distinctive menu filled with Carpaccio, tatakis, tartars made from literally anything ranging from duck and bison to scallops and striped bass, it isn’t overwhelming but houses enough variety to satisfy the foodie in us all.
If cooked food is more up your alley, they serve some pretty stellar dishes, including a delicious foie gras slider, a perfectly prepared lamb chop and, for the seafood junkies, a delectable salmon fillet served with chili puree, buckwheat and honey.
A notable mention goes to their vino list, an easy, one-page guide with enough fruity, dry and sparkling names to keep us all toasting through the feast.
Grinder is the second project from the owners of the popular Hachoir on rue Saint-Denis. Located at 1708 Notre-Dame Street West, visit them online here.