L auberge du dragon rouge
LAuberge du Dragon Rouge (Author of Folies, Fêtes et Festins)
L'Auberge du Dragon Rouge
For Martin, the love of the medieval era goes back to his childhood. That passion for history led to my interest in the culinary arts of the Middle Ages," he explains. But Martin's entrepreneurial spirit stretches back to when he was a teen. During his high school years, he was printing on clothing. Prepared daily with love. Ask the innkeeper what delicious combination has been simmering on the stove.
Not only do you come here to eat, you come here to be transported to another time in history. Very early on in my Great Burger Search, the name of this restaurant came up very often. What this restaurant turns out to be is quite simple. Think about the middle ages. You have a decor that represents that time quite well. You have dedicated staff members or actors really into their parts. They cannot break character whatsoever.
I brought my friend to the Auberge because he loves dressing up, and I do too. We both showed up before opening time, dressed up in medieval attire. We were greeted with an amusing Old French accent. We were seated in a nice spot, next Went with a group of 30ish company Christmas party and we all got plenty to eat and This is just pure fun and good food.
Le Dragon Rouge et le talent caché de Delphine Boire
You've reached the blog of My Girl Montreal. Come on in: we don't have cake, but sure have a whole lot of random anecdotes that may or may not amuse you. Disclaimer: if you're a vegetarian or not big on meat, there are several veggie options that sounded dee-lish on the menu here. A month ago, the BF proclaimed that we needed to go to this restaurant that a co-worker told him about. He said it was a medieval-themed restaurant with good food. Oh, OK.