Today’s Groupon Montreal Daily Deal of the Day: Le Bourlingueur: $35 for a Three-Course French Dinner for Two (56% Off)
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This is a limited 1-day only sale that will expire tonight at midnight (Wednesday, November 7, 2012). Click here to buy now or for more information about the deal. Quantities are limited so don’t miss out!
In Old Montreal
Rustic decor and friendly atmosphere
Valid from November 13, 2012 to May 13, 2013.
No coupon purchase limit. Limit 4 coupons per table. 1 coupon is valid for two people only. Reservation required and subject to availability. Tax not included and applicable on the amount paid on Groupon. Tip not included and applicable on the full amount.
363 St-François Xavier Montréal
$35 for a Three-Course French Dinner for Two at Le Bourlingueur (Up to an $80.10 Value)
Gourmands, thanks to the chefs at Bourlingueur, take a culinary trip to France in order to savour flavourful Alsatian cuisine!
The three-course meal includes, for each person:
One appetizer from the following dishes (up to a $9.95 value)
- French onion soup
- Snails with garlic butter
- Green salad with homemade vinaigrette
- Smoked salmon and toasts
- Soup of the day
- Rabbit “pâté”
One main dish from the following dishes (up to a $23.15 value)
- Typical Alsatian sauerkraut
- Tiger shrimps in Pernod sauce
- Beef stew with carrots, red wine sauce
- Calf’s liver “meunière” and onions
- Catch of the day
- Vegetarian couscous with squash, apricots and mint
- Poached salmon and cream sauce
- Vegetarian manicotti, green salad
- L’express du Bourlingueur
Choose one dessert form the following dishes (up to a $6.95 value)
- Crème brulée with orange flavour
- Chocolate profiteroles
- Chocolate and caramel fondant
- Dessert of the day (three surprise choices)
Le Bourlingueur invites clients to take pace in the warm and friendly atmosphere of their dinning room. Diners get the opportunity to savour Alsatian cuisine through this three-course meal that promptly begins with an appetizer of their choice. The French onion soup, true staple of the establishment, can be found amongst the selection of appetizers. The meal continues with the main dish; traditionalists opt for the sauerkraut, while their tablemates choose the calf’s liver « meunière » with onions or the vegetarian couscous with squash, apricots and mint. Finally comes the time for dessert, those with a sweet tooth are pleased with the restaurant’s selection of French desserts, and decide on the dessert of the day which includes three sweet surprises.
At the heart of Old Montreal, this Alsatian restaurant serves dishes typical of this small French region. The atmosphere is friendly, the decor rustic; a favourable setting for the discovery of Alsatian gastronomy and all its flavours. Solo, or accompanied by a loved one, friends, or family, the restaurant can accommodate groups of over 15 people. During musical evenings, an accordionist plays French tunes easily transporting diners to the charming towns of the East of France.
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