Tuesday, July 31, 2012
dozen oysters were ordered ($40.00) for the table as appetizers. I haven't acquired the taste of oysters yet, so I didn't eat any of it.
tenderloin medallions with grilled shrimp ($35.00) which was part of their surf & turf menu. The two tenderloin medallions were cooked at a perfect medium, and were really juicy. I also enjoyed the four pieces of black tiger shrimps, which were delectably grilled.The meal also came with a side order which I chose french fries. The fries were okay as I found them to be a little bit too soggy and not crispy enough.
As for dessert, I ordered the crème brûlée ($6.00) which was really cheap so I couldn't resist (one of my favorite desserts). The crème brûlée from Vieux-Port Steakhouse was actually served in a larger oval flat bowl which was different from the usual small round bowl found at other places. The disc of caramel was well caramelized and the custard underneath was both rich and delicious.
Quality of Food: 4.4/5
Dining Experience: 4/5
Address: 39 Rue Saint Paul East, Montreal, QC H2Y 1G2