Monday, July 23, 2012
Le Cartet is an upscale cafe that wears many hats. On the weekend it's a popular and trendy place for friends to meet up for brunch, while during the week local office workers come in to get a bite to eat for lunch. Meanwhile, local residents appreciate having Le Cartet in the neighborhood as a place to drink coffee in the morning, grab a little savory something, or pick up a sweet treat.
While the general quality of the food at Le Cartet is good, the flavors are not as imaginative as they could be. Still, it's a solid choice. The space is well-designed and the convenience of being able to pick up something of quality so easily makes a trip to Le Cartet worth while. The servers and staff tend to be friendly, too. Give it a try.
Le Cartet Resto Boutique
106 McGill Street
Metro: Square Victoria
Dress: Casual or dress to impress.
Price: Allow $20 - $30 per person for brunch or lunch, including tax and tip. Takecout sandwiches are available for under $10.
Highlights: Variety of goods on offer, especially the chocolate bars. Yummy boîte à lunch and mousse au chocolat. Nice atmosphere. Convenience.
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