November 1 to November 13, 2019

MTLàTABLE is back and we’re serving up exclusive perks.

For the third consecutive year, Aeroplan is proud to partner with MTLàTABLE, Montreal’s top culinary celebration! From Nov. 1‑13, explore the flavours of the city and take advantage of fixed‑price dinner menus for $23, $33 or $43 at 150 participating restaurants. Selected restaurants will also serve brunch for just $17.

As an Aeroplan member, you could have reserved in advance of the general public at MTLàTABLE participating restaurants and you will enjoy special privileges at selected restaurants during the event.

Here’s how to make reservations at participating restaurants:

  1. Click on RESERVE NOW link below to go to the online booking site
  2. See full list of participating restaurants offering special privileges to Aeroplan members and their MTLàTABLE menu
  3. Make your reservation!

Reserve now

Special privileges
From November 1 to November 13, Aeroplan members get to enjoy special privileges at selected restaurants listed below. Show your Aeroplan or Aeroplan-affiliated credit card upon arrival and receive special privileges such as free parking, complimentary appetizers and more.

You can view the menus of MTLàTABLE participating restaurants offering special privileges to Aeroplan members here

Accords le Bistro

Accords le Bistro


22 Sainte‑Catherine Street East

A refined and elegant urban bistro, Accords focuses on Québec products and privately imported organic wines. Its varied offerings please both a local and an international clientele. Situated in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles, the restaurant offers a wonderful dining experience that leaves a lasting impression.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of Quebec kir

Albert Bistro

Albert Bistro


1035, côte du Beaver Hall

Looking for haute couture cuisine at a prêt-a-porter price? Albert Bistro is the epitome of bistronomy, or gourmet fare, both new creations and coveted classics, prepared by very technical chefs, but without all the fancy artifice. To this add excellent service in a jovial, unpretentious bistro setting, and you’ve got Albert Bistro, a modern downtown Montréal bistro. Albert Bistro’s menu changes with the seasons, featuring inventive dishes and reworked classics. Customized group menus are also available upon request. Nestled in the business district near Square Victoria, Albert Bistro is a favourite among local professionals for an elegant express lunch or after-work drinks. Charming and quaint, this lively bistro with a large street-side terrasse is one of the area’s best-kept secrets (until now!).

Privilege: Complimentray amuse‑bouche

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Aldea MTL

Aldea MTL


4403, boul. Saint‑Laurent

Serving up seafood, fish, grilled meats, and various tapas, Aldea takes its gastronomic inspiration from the traditional cuisine of rural Portugal. The wine list is also focused on Portugal and offers numerous selections, which are diaplayed in the large wine cellar located near the restaurant entrance. The crisp, clean, and chic décor is composed of rich fabrics and white accents throughout, and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. Attentive service completes the dining experience.

Privilege: Complimentray glass of Porto

Artigiani

Artigiani


4657, Saint-Denis Street

Both a pizzeria and a specialty food store, Artigiani is stocked with freshly made pastas and classic sauces created through a unique combination of skills passed down across generations. Specialties include arancini a la romana, grilled shrimp, Neapolitan pizzas, various pasta dishes, and homemade desserts. The wine list contains an affordable and extensive selection, and the atmosphere surrounds you with warm and inviting earth tones.

Privilege: Complimentrary glass of prosecco

Au Petit Extra

Au Petit Extra


1690, Ontario Street East

Solidly established in an area less frequented by tourists, Au Petit Extra has an identity all its own. For 35 years now, the friendly bistro adjacent to the Cabaret du Lion d'Or is defined by its urban vibe and French cuisine—classic and affordable—that have for a long time earned widespread acclaim from an eclectic clientele.

Privilege: Complimentary mignardises

Bistro Le Ste-Cath

Bistro Le Ste-Cath


4264, Sainte-Catherine Street East

A family bistro that brings together the culinary, visual, and performing arts. Carnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike (gluten free options are also available) can appreciate a backdrop of music, improv, theatre, comedy, poetry, literary readings and concerts. The venue hosts 260 free performances per year (5 per week), and 100% of surpluses are donated to the community.

Privilege: Complimentary amuse-bouche

Chef's Table MTL

Chef's Table MTL


365, place D'Youville

Chef’s Table Mtl in Old Montréal opens up a world of fresh, seasonal flavour with a good dose of whimsy and originality. In other words, distinctly Montréal dining! The clever menu created by Executive Chef Marie-Anne Bédard is a tribute to the incredible flavours and exceptional local produce of which she is so proud. Here, even the menu is delicious: made of rice paper printed with veggie ink, all it takes is a spritz of tomato water and voilà – an amuse-bouche! From venison tataki topped with sparkling caramel to smoked scallop on daikon purée with sea asparagus, the passionate culinary team serves up a feast for the senses in each dish.

Privilege: Complimentary amuse-bouche and trou normand

Chez Bouffe Café Bistro

Chez Bouffe Café Bistro


4316, Sainte-Catherine Street East

Chez Bouffe Café Bistro is easy to find, nestled in the heart of Montréal’s Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood, kitty-corner from the Théâtre Denise Pelletier. Relaxed and unpretentious, this cozy neighbourhood bistro and wine bar by British owner-chef Paul Robert is well worth the trip to the city’s east end. Chez Bouffe caters as much to tried-and-true tastes as to adventurous palettes: alongside an à la carte menu of revisited classics such as tartars, fish’n chips, calamari, bavette and more, a large chalkboard displays a different menu of fresh arrivals each week.

Privilege: Complimentary aperitif

Chez Éric & Fils

Chez Éric & Fils


438, place Jacques-Cartier

Chez Éric Resto Bar invites you to spend a pleasant evening enjoying music and French cuisine. The restaurant also has a patio in an interior courtyard. Live music from Wednesday to Sunday.

Privilege: Complimentary aperitif

Chez Lévêque

Chez Lévêque


1030, Laurier Avenue West

An authentic Parisian brasserie, Chez Lévêque has been a Montréal fixture since 1972. The restaurant serves up classic and exquisite French cuisine, using fresh, local produce. Everything is homemade, from terrines, pudding and rillettes to desserts and jams. A superb menu is offered at $25 for lunchtimes and every evening after 9 p.m. Chez Lévêque is renowned for its fresh seafood, its famous lobster bisque, fish soup and offal prepared to perfection. Its award-winning outdoor patio is among the most pleasant in the city. In 2016, the restaurant won the Chef de File prize from the Association des restaurateurs du Québec.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of champagne

Darna bistroquet

Darna bistroquet


1106, Beaubien Street East

Off the beaten tourist-trodden path is where you’ll find Darna Bistroquet, a darling neighbourhood bistro and wine bar in Montreal’s inviting La Petite Patrie borough. Darna is Moroccan for “our house” and that is the feeling you get in this warm, chic space or out onto its pretty patio. Serving up classic French bistro cuisine, it’s all about delicious, farm-to-table cuisine from Chef Billy Galindo’s kitchen. Renowned for his intuitive, pure and approachable creations, Chef Galindo has devised a menu of creative dishes and delectable plates to share, ranging from saffron‑-kissed tagine to citron tabbouleh to Andalusian gazpacho.

Privilege: Complimentary fresh cod croquette with saffron ailoli

Gustave - Histoire de goût

Gustave - Histoire de goût


980, boul. De Maisonneuve West

At the heart of downtown, Gustave invites guests into its modern/vintage décor that sets the mood for a relaxing experience, whether for lunch, dinner or cocktails. Gourmet fare inspired by French cuisine and the Mediterranean await the adventurous palate, and chef Jean-François Plante’s commitment to sourcing local products shines through in his delectable creations. This brand-new European- and Québec-based food lineage results in an exciting dining experience, where fresh flavours and terroir goodness are showcased on each exquisitely plated dish. A carefully curated wine list, which also adapts to the seasons and savours, accompanies the menus.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of sparkling cider

Homard Fou

Homard Fou


410, place Jacques-Cartier

Located at the heart of Old Montréal, Homard Fou serves gourmet French cuisine and specialties such as lobster, lamb shanks, and rib steak. From Thursday to Sunday, our dinner and dance evenings liven up the atmosphere. Our terrasse overlooking Place Jacques-Cartier is perfect for warm summer nights.

Privilege: Complimentary aperitif

Ibérica

Ibérica


1450, Peel Street

Located in the heart of downtown Montréal, this contemporary Spanish restaurant and tapas bar reflects Barcelona's cuisine and society in a striking setting.

Privilege: Complimentry glass of cava at the end of the meal

IBERICOS Spanish tapas tavern

IBERICOS Spanish tapas tavern


4475, Saint-Denis Street

At Ibéricos, Spanish charcuterie and fine products are in the spotlight. Guests can enjoy all types of ham, chorizo, and Iberian salchichón in platters and sandwiches in a warm and cozy setting, as well as purchase vacuum-sealed packages at the boutique to take home. Catering is available.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of Spanish Cava

Ikanos

Ikanos


112, McGill Street

Ikanos offers you a unique fine dining experience where Greek and Mediterranean classics are revisited with a contemporary twist under the guidance of chef/owner, Constant Mentzas. Market-fresh, handpicked fish and seafood are grilled over an open fire in a Josper wood-burning oven, and served up in a relaxed, warm, and cozy décor.

Privilege: Complimentary amuse-bouche

JackRose

JackRose


4560, boul. Saint-Laurent

JackRose Table & Club offers the perfect mix of a resto-lounge and club in the heart of the Mile End. Chef Maxime Desjardins-Tremblay's tantalizing menu of market cuisine includes tartars, burgers, pasta and seafood. To this, add a comprehensive list of private import wines, plus a wide range of audacious house cocktails in a tropical-inspired décor. DJs spin nightly as of 10 p.m.

Privilege: Complimentray glass of cava brut

Joséphine

Joséphine


4007, Saint-Denis Street

The Joséphine restaurant on the corner of Duluth and Saint-Denis offers an optimal dining experience featuring exceptional fish and seafood, intricate flavour combinations and astute wine/food pairings in a prime Plateau location. The menu features responsible fish products, several locally sourced from the Gaspé, complemented by market-fresh produce. A tantalizing array of dishes the likes of scallop tartar with cucumber water, skate wing with cauliflower purée, and Cornish hen with bisque headline a clever menu designed to entice your palette. Chef Simon Leblanc draws inspiration from his time spent working out west, infusing his dishes with culinary savvy and Asian flavour.

Privilege: Complimentary starter: eggs and urchin

La Classe

La Classe


Collège LaSalle, 2000, Sainte-Catherine Street West

At La Classe, a restaurant run by students from LaSalle College’s International School of Hotel Management and Tourism, the culinary creativity is as fresh as the market produce and local specialities prepared to perfection by these 3-star chefs of tomorrow. Under the watchful eye of Executive Chef Mohamed Boucharb, students put their culinary techniques to the test and serve up platefuls of haute cuisine, as audacious as it is affordable. At lunch or dinner, guests are treated to the pleasant and courteous service one would expect from one of the most renowned schools in hotel management in North America.

Privilege: Complimentary Restaurant La Classe cocktail: Gin Cirka (Québec), pear purée, rosemary syrup and Labrador tea

La Prunelle

La Prunelle


327 Duluth Avenue East

La Prunelle is a bring-your-own-wine establishment on Duluth Street in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal. Offering seasonal French cuisine prepared with local produce, the restaurant is conveniently located just minutes from the Quartier des spectacles.

Privilege: Complimentary mignardises

La Société Montréal

La Société Montréal


1415, de la Montagne Street

Situated at the Loews Hôtel Vogue, La Société brings Paris to the heart of Montréal. Guests can enjoy bistro-inspired cuisine prepared from fresh, local, and top-quality ingredients, not to mention an oyster bar and an impressive selection of wines and cocktails. The ambiance is plush, featuring a hardwood bar and a glass dome ceiling that illuminates the venue’s interior.

Privilege: Free valet parking

Les Affamés

Les Affamés


4137, Sainte-Catherine Street East

Les Affamés offers brunch, lunch, as well pastries and cakes made with market-fresh local products and inspiration from here and abroad. Game, seafood, fish, and veggies are on the menu, and beverages include organic and fair trade coffees, house sodas, and organic wines. The atmosphere is welcoming, relaxed, and jazzy. Group tasting menus are available.

Privilege: Complimentary cocktail

Les Enfants Terribles — Cantine

Les Enfants Terribles — Cantine


1490, Sherbrooke Street West

Brats are welcome at Les Enfants Terribles Cantine on Sherbrooke Street West, just down from the Museum of Fine Arts in Montréal's well-mannered Golden Square Mile. Affectionately dubbed «le Petit Terrible» (but by no means lesser), this sister resto to the Bernard Avenue institution is Montréal at its best, with a hip serving crew, fabulous eats, impressive drinks and a decidedly urban Montréal vibe. In Les Enfants Terribles’ trademark style, the Cantine is the perfect “just around the corner” restaurant: a cross between an English pub and a Parisian bistro that serves up honest food in a warm, homey atmosphere.

Privilege: Complimentary gourmet profiterole Chicken liver and Brome Lake duck foie gras mousse Labrador tea date caramel maple milky mushroom powder

Les Enfants Terribles (Au Sommet Place Ville‑Marie)

Les Enfants Terribles (Au Sommet Place Ville‑Marie)


1 Place Ville-Marie (Robert-Bourassa Boulevard entrance), 44th floor

Restaurant Les Enfants Terribles offers a brasserie-style menu composed of classic comforting dishes, including tartar, shepherd’s pie, mac n’cheese, and burgers. The wine list has been carefully put together by renowned sommelier, Élyse Lambert, and the warm and relaxed atmosphere brings to mind the charm of a neighbourhood restaurant.

Privilege: Complimentary gourmet profiterole Chicken liver and Brome Lake duck foie gras mousse Labrador tea date caramel maple milky mushroom powder

Les Enfants Terribles (Nuns' Island)

Les Enfants Terribles (Nuns' Island)


209, de la Rotonde Street

Restaurant Les Enfants Terribles offers a brasserie-style menu composed of classic comforting dishes, including tartar, shepherd's pie, mac n'cheese, and burgers. The wine list has been carefully put together by renowned sommelier, Élyse Lambert, and the warm and relaxed atmosphere brings to mind the charm of a neighbourhood restaurant.

Privilege: Complimentary gourmet profiterole Chicken liver and Brome Lake duck foie gras mousse Labrador tea date caramel maple milky mushroom powder

L'Estaminet

L'Estaminet


1340, Fleury Street East

It is good to go off the beaten tracks to discover the neighbourhoods of a city. And what better than a gourmet address as a starting point? Open since 1985, L'Estaminet has set the standard for bistro fare in Montréal North. A jewel of Promenade Fleury, in the Ahuntsic district, L'Estaminet is an unpretentious family bistro frequented by locals who appreciate its friendly atmosphere and its comforting menu. The restaurant has earned its reputation through a menu of hearty salads, deluxe burgers, croques, sandwiches, personal pizzas, and, of course, desserts. Whether for breakfast or brunch, a quick lunch or a more elaborate dinner, you'll want to join the regulars.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of sparkling wine (Cava Bujonis)

L'Ô - Restaurant and Lounge

L'Ô - Restaurant and Lounge


1180, de la Montagne Street

A warm atmosphere and local cuisine that changes with the seasons, this is what L'Ô Restaurant and Lounge has to offer. The enchanting plates prepared by the chef and his team are served in a modern and cozy environment. In summer, the terrace provides a way to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner right on de la Montagne Street. The Lounge's hip atmosphere is well suited for get-togethers among friends.

Privilege: Complimentary MTLàTABLE cocktail

Pastaga

Pastaga


6389, boul. Saint-Laurent

Under the guidance of Chef Martin Juneau, and in a hip, relaxed setting designed by local firm Cabinet Braun-Braën, Pastaga offers delicious signature dishes, including a pork belly in a brown sugar glaze atop a parsnip pancake. Open since 2011, the venue focuses on local products and organic vegetables from small local producers, and offers a wine list comprising mainly organic vintages.

Privilege: Complimentary piece of cheese before dessert

Plein Sud

Plein Sud


222 Mont-Royal Avenue East

With flavours as warm and friendly as the service, Plein Sud on Mont-Royal Avenue has been serving up Mediterranean sunshine on a plate for over 10 years. With a nod to their Southern French and Corsican roots, this family-run establishment has developed a menu of traditional tapas and plates to share in the south’s casual, convivial style. Plein Sud invites guests to embark on a culinary journey, one savoury bite at a time.

Privilege: Complimentary Plein sud apperitif

Restaurant bar le Kube

Restaurant bar le Kube


900 De La Gauchetière Street West

The relaxed feel at Le Kube, the lobby resto-bar in the Hôtel Bonaventure Montréal, makes for a wonderful place to enjoy a meal or a cocktail. Offering fresh dishes featuring simple and seasonal specialities, Le Kube serves up a varied menu of international influences complemented by a vast assortment of wines, beer and cocktails. Contemporary meets classic in this comfortably elegant resto-bar. Come to unwind, soak in the atmosphere and meet friends or colleagues for a meal or a drink. Executive Chef Riccardo Agostino draws inspiration from around the world to create exquisitely creative menus. Signature dishes include sushi pizza on a crispy rice cake, Cornish hen with confit potatoes and veal paillarde with fresh asparagus and cherry tomatoes. And when it comes to French Onion Soup, Le Kube does it best!

Privilege: Complimentary glass of sparkling wine

Restaurant Carte Blanche

Restaurant Carte Blanche


1159 Ontario Street East

For over 10 years, Carte Blanche has served up bistro-style cuisine prepared with locally-sourced produce, consistently offering unique and quality menu items. The design of the restaurant, which earned its status as a 2006 finalist at Créativité Montréal, makes it popular with couples and groups of friends. A bring-your-own-wine establishment, Carte Blanche offers fine dining options at affordable prices.

Privilege: Complimentary citrus and Raspberry Smirnoff sorbet

Restaurant Corneli

Restaurant Corneli


6741, boul. Saint-Laurent

It’s impossible to resist the delicious aromas wafting from the busy kitchen of Ristorante Pizzeria Corneli, a beloved family restaurant in the heart of Little Italy with a history as rich as the pizza sauce: for 60 years, the Corneli family has been serving up traditional Italian cuisine with flair. True to its roots, the Corneli menu hasn’t changed much over the years: delicious, homemade Italian food has always been the name of the game.

Privilege: Free valet parking

Restaurant Le Speakeasy

Restaurant Le Speakeasy


120 McGill Street

Prohibition may be long gone, but its spirit lives on at Le Speakeasy, a covert cocktail bar and restaurant serving up some of the best original cocktails in town…if you can find it! Tucked discreetly at the back of a non-descript sandwich shop, the entrance to this clandestine watering hole is hidden behind a fridge door. When the red light is on, Le Speakeasy is open for business! One step inside and it’s a retro flashback to the Prohibition era – 1930s era drinks, leather chairs, intrigue and all. Enigmatic and captivating, Le Speakeasy looks and feels like the real deal. Le Speakeasy's menu features international cuisine inspired by the chef’s world travels.

Privilege: Complimentary digestif

Restaurant Le Square

Restaurant Le Square


162 Prince Arthur Street East

Located in the heart of a pedestrian thoroughfare, just in front of a lovely fountain, Le Square is a charming bring your own wine (BYOW) restaurant. On the menu—savoury and plentiful French cuisine.

Privilege: Complimentary espresso or tea

Restaurant Les Street Monkeys

Restaurant Les Street Monkeys


3625 Wellington Street

Unpretentious and authentic, Les Street Monkeys resto-bar brings true Cambodian street fare to Verdun in a casual neighbourhood hang-out with small, snackable plates to share and signature cocktails to complement. Les Street Monkeys pulls its name from the many errant monkeys flitting about the streets of Cambodia and the country’s fragrant and flavourful street food. But there’s more to this resto than just a catchy name: traditional Cambodian dishes, including spring rolls from the chef’s mom, alongside elements from neighbouring Laos and Thai cuisine grace a modern tapas menu filled with seasonal creations as beautiful as they are appetizing. An exotic mix of spices and fresh ingredients will have you clamouring for more while Cambodian-inspired cocktails round out this delectable Asian dining experience.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of prosecco

Restaurant Solmar

Restaurant Solmar


111 Saint-Paul Street East

Opened in 1972, Solmar has been a pioneer of Portuguese cuisine in Montréal. At its current location since 1979, in a two-century-old building in Old Montréal, the dining establishment focuses on fish and other seafood, with mystical fado performances on weekends complementing the atmosphere. La Sauvagine, on the ground floor, offers market fresh cuisine and specializes in Québec game. A wrap-around outdoor terrace is accessible to patrons of both restaurants.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of white Cabral Porto

Rose Ross

Rose Ross


3017, Masson Street

Grandma’s home cooking, but prepared by chefs, is what awaits at Rose Ross, a charming neighbourhood bistro serving up inspired comfort food and gourmet market cuisine at the heart of Promenade Masson. At Rose Ross, the menus follow the seasons, with local ingredients the star of the show. A concise and tempting menu of simple and elegant fare features tried-and-true favourites, such as two salmon tartare, cod and Cornish hen alongside more original options, such as onion carbonara with onion petals replacing the pasta (gluten free!). This Montréal destination focuses on freshness and quality.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of sparkling wine

Saiko Bistrot Izakaya

Saiko Bistrot Izakaya


1065, côte du Beaver Hall

The restaurant offers a menu composed of both sushi and Japanese bistro-type foods. Signature dishes include a sushi tasting menu, fried beef accompanied with a sweet and sour sauce, and salmon or tuna tempura topped with a creamy sauce. Among the selection of beverages are organic and privately imported wines, as well as different types of sake. The atmosphere is contemporary, urban, and elegant. An attractive patio welcomes outdoor dining.

Privilege: Complimentary amuse-bouche

Sho-Dan Restaurant

Sho-Dan Restaurant


2020, Metcalfe Street

For authentic Japanese cuisine, Sho-Dan doesn’t disappoint, with outstanding freshness, incredible artistry and a long list of celebrity patrons! Sho-Dan’s menu offers a perfect balance between intense and subtle flavours, artfully blending Japanese classics with original house specialties, such as lightly flambéed fresh yellow tail served with ponzu sauce and sesame seeds, or a dessert roll featuring shrimp, blueberries, pineapple and strawberries. There is a wide selection of à la carte dishes, many tending towards fusion cuisine, and the wine list offers excellent vintages to pair with Asian flavours.

Privilege: Complimentary gyoza appetizer (Japanese dumplings)

TABOO Cuisine Rebelle

TABOO Cuisine Rebelle


2025, Drummond Street

Taboo Cuisine Rebelle serves up a colossal choice of mini-burgers, tartars, poutines, original cocktails and more in a casual urban setting.

Privilege: Complimentary glass of Lacroix cider (Saint-Joseph-du-Lac)


Food for thought

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Past events

Have a look at previous festivals and experiences sponsored by Aeroplan. Thanks to everyone who came, ate and had a great time!

Dine Out™ Vancouver Festival 2019

We were proud to partner with the Dine Out™ Vancouver Festival, the city’s premier food event, to create amazing dining experiences and unforgettable moments from January 18 to February 3, 2019.

MTLàTABLE 2018

We were proud to partner with MTLàTABLE, Montreal's top culinary celebration. From Nov. 1‑11, 2018, Montrealers and visitors explored the flavours of the city and took advantage of fixed-price dinner menus for $23, $33 or $43 at 150 participating restaurants

Summerlicious 2018

Toronto's favourite summer foodie event included 17 days of delicious 3-course prix-fixe menus at 200 of Toronto's restaurants. It was the perfect opportunity to make date night even more special, sample the flavours of the city with your favourite people, or simply savour a great meal with great company.