Toqué
Toqué
Toqué

Toqué

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9 / 10

11 expert reviews

“Toqué! is the gem that single-handedly raised the entire city's gastronomic expectations. A meal here has long been obligatory for anyone who admires superb, dazzlingly presented food.”

– Frommer's

Concierge
"Despite the French name of this eatery, the lineage of Normand Laprise's cuisine is strictly Berkeley, which means the veneration of local ingredients, many from Québec."
Fodor's
"Toqué is slang for "just a little stubborn," as in Chef Normand Laprise's insistence on using fresh, local ingredients from the best providers." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Standouts include the roasted venison with black trumpet mushrooms and the caramelized foie gras, often served with pistachios, ground cherries, poached apple, and an apricot purée." Full review
BlackBook
"Each bite is a party in your mouth. Ethereal minimalist dining room with touches of art deco and warm wooden panels."
Michelin Guide
"Located in the Old Montreal district, Montrealers and international food critics alike consider this restaurant one of the finest in the city"
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