For Something a Little Different But Still Festive consider the restaurant Sinclair Christmas Brunch

No matter where you live, Christmas is a special time of year. Even if you do not necessarily celebrate the holiday—or its religious observations—you can typically count on that part of the calendar to be rife with lots of things to do.  And one thing that you are going to want to put on your calendar for next year, might be to have Christmas Brunch at the Restaurant Sinclair at L’Hotel St-Sulpice, in Old Montreal.  

The Christmas Brunch at Hotel St-Sulpice’s exquisite Sinclair Restaurant is a $30 prix-fixe menu offering you three courses to get your holiday started off right. Whether you want to celebrate your holiday in a special way or are looking to do something a little different, this could be just the thing.

1st COURSE

The first course, obviously, lets you choose from simple, standard items or something a little more special. For example, you can choose from:

    • soup of the day
    • Fresh fruit salad with a mango/passion fruit syrup
    • Arancini served with wild cheddar and mushrooms, black truffle mayo, aged-cheddar and wild mushroom-stuffed watercress arancini, and a black truffle mayonnaise
    • Atlantic Salmon Graviax served with a  granny smith raw salsa and a curry crumble
    • Chicken breast or pork belly confit served with honey, bacon chips, Quebec goat mousse, caramelized pecans

2nd COURSE

The second course, obviously, features entrees that are sure to make your holiday a festive one. Some items you may not find on a traditional brunch menu—but that makes it all the more fun!

    • Fresh catch of the day served with beluga lentils, a Brussels sprouts & fennel coleslaw, and a cilantro-coconut milk emulsion
    • Eggs cooked to order with grilled rosemary brioche bread, maple bacon, and served with Gabrielle apples
    • Glazed Duck Parmentier served atop sweet potatoes and Yukon Gold potato chips
    • Australian lamb shank confit with thyme jus served with gremolata, orzo, and diced root vegetables
    • Phillips crab Benedictine served with Dutch saffron, alongside a mixed green salad and mashed parsnips with hazelnut butter

3rd COURSE

And finally, what’s a three course specialty holiday meal without a little something sweet to finish.  For dessert, then you can enjoy the Restaurant Sinclair’s exclusive version of the traditional Christmas log.

You can also get coffee, tea, and various juices brought to the table, upon request.