Chef's selection from the Cheese room.
40 gr per cheese
Truffle sour cream11
Black Truffle sour cream17
Filled with sheep cheese, black cherry and Port jam16
Citrus sour cream, microgreens, bagel croutons13
Shallots and cream, garlic flower oil
Add a cold cut of your choice +7$
Baby arugula, house honey vinaigrette and blue grapes vinegar19
This tropical concoction borin in New Orleans will take you to the French quarter of the cocktail cradle at the first sip. Like a hurricane, it might shake you !
Angostura Rhum, Appleton V/X, Vanilla, lime, Passion fruit, Demerara, Peach Bitter
One of the oldest remedy originally supposed to help fight the excess from the previous night, invented by Harry Craddock at the Savoy. Do you think we cans till have a presciption like that nowadays?
The Botanist Gin, Lillet BLanc, Cointreau, Lemon juice18
Inspired by the luxury and classic cocktails, we created a sip that is simply perfection.
Cognac Remy Martin X.O, vintage orange bitter75
Few sips of cocktail History with what gave rise to the 'Old Fashioned' ; it's to offer your palate a Tesseron Lot No. 29 issued from pre-phylloxera vines ; the only cognac rated 100 by Robert Parker. To enjoy slowly.
Cognac Tesseron Lot No.29, Peychaud's Bitters,simple sirop , absinthe200
Only if you are wearing an English tailored suit will you truly believe you are James Bond ordering it Shaken Not Stirred !
Grey Goose vodka, Bombay Saphire Gin, Lillet blanc18
Surprinsingly, the New York Sour, which dates back to the late 1870s, was created in Chicago by a bartender who claimed to have invented it in Manhattan.
Bourbon Woodford Reserve, lemon, simple syrup, egg white, red wine.15
Vancouver Hotel Georgia was built in 1927 and completely refurnished in 2011. Since then, the cocktail created in 1945, named after the hotel, is more popular than ever. It sounds familiar isn't it?
Plymouth Gin, Orgeat, Lemon Juice, Orange blossom water, Nutmeg, Egg White18
This cocktail was at first called the ''Fernet Cocktail'' in 1922 and published during prohibition in Robert Vermeire's book. It was then baptized the Toronto by David A. Embury in 1948 until Jamie Boudreau brought gave it a new breath in 2006. A cocktail with multiple origins such as the cosmopolitan city of the same name.
Lot 40 - Fernet Branca - Angostura Bitters - Simple Syrup
Certainly one of the best mix ever thought of, simple, fresh and so efficient !
El Dorado 12 years, lime, démérara syrup22
Its origins are unclear and trying to trace it back is a bumpy road, the xact opposite of its recipe.
Appleton V/X, PLantation OFTD, Lime Juice, Sugar, Melilo, Kaffir Lime leaves, Angostura20
Variation on a historic cocktail, this newcomer, perfectly balanced, will please any modern palate.
Bourbon Bulleit - Aperol - St. Germain - Lemon juice - Cucumber18
Our «Shrubs» , a mix between modern mixology and the colonial era
Drinking vinegar for health reasons is an age old practice in many cultures around the world, including here in Canada. Dating back to colonial times, «shrubs» were a common tonic enjoyed by all.
Pineapple, Pomegranate, Thaï Basil or ginger10
The Belvoir drinks are handcrafted with special care given to the treatment of juice, in order not to alter the original taste of fruits and flowers. Everything is 100% natural, free of any sweeteners, colors or preservatives. Belvoir guarantees the best quality of sqeezed juice and uses no artificial flavor. Eager to offer quality and healthy products, SAM has selected three unique tastes.
Elderflower, Rasberry or Organic Lemonade10
This concoction of the 80's got the title 'classic' very fast. It seems like the cocktail planet needed a breath of fresh air!
Tanqueray 10 Gin, Lemon Juide, Blackberry Cream, Simple Syrup18