Fodor's Expert Review Gus
Eclectic may be the best way to describe the food at this scarlet-colored restaurant, as the dishes combine a French bistro feel with a little bit of the American Southwest. The seasonings are down to a science here, and the proof is in the homemade ketchups, hot sauces, and salsas that are generously offered at each table. As with many restaurants, the menu changes with the seasons, but the Caesar salad made à-la-minute and the copious Baileys fudge chocolate cake are popular constants. The meat and seafood are carefully sourced; any of the nightly available options are always a great choice.
38 rue Beaubien Est
Montréal, Québec H2S 1P8, Canada
- 514 - 722–2175
- Tex Mex spices
- Onion soup with guajillo pepper, red beer, pork hock, cheddar, ancho powder, and avocado
- Baileys fudge chocolate cake