[French: L’Express] Morning Tradition

IMG_7462“Grand-pa’ came here so often, he brought his own eggs for the kitchen to cook”, recalled L, as she put down her fork.

and we had no difficulty believing her.

L’Express, a French classic on rue Saint-Denis, is a ritual for many. The staff, impeccably dressed in black and white, greets every couple by name. The regulars, on their way to their table, always find a friend to kiss and bless.

Morning food at L’Express is straight to the point and agreeably so. The menu lists all the elements available for you to mix and match. Fancy some poached eggs and bacon? You’ll get poached eggs and bacon. No distracting sauce on top, no exuberant description. The dish comes with one slice of tomato and a sprig of parsley for a touch of color, but that’s all.

Unlike what you may think, breakfast here is more than affordable. Eggs, bacon, crispy baguette and café au lait come to a mere $11.

Make sure to come back for lunch or dinner as well. They say the cellar hides 11,000 gems, all private imports.IMG_7463 IMG_7465 IMG_7470 IMG_7475 IMG_7471IMG_7479IMG_7488 IMG_7485 IMG_7486 IMG_7484

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3927 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M4
(514) 845-5333

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3 thoughts on “[French: L’Express] Morning Tradition

  1. Pingback: [MTL] The Classic – L’Express | "WANG" Food

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