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Thursday 21 September 2017
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Check out the Brunch Buffet at St Sulpice Hotel’s Restaurant Sinclair

Everyone loves a good brunch buffet and if you want the best in Old Montreal, you may want to check out the Restaurant Sinclair Brunch de Paques at the St Sulpice Hotel.  This local artisanal dining experience in the heart of Old Montreal truly offers some of the best dishes around; including both local and international favorites, as well as few surprises.

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BUFFET FROID

Cold items in the St Sulpice Hotel Restaurant Sinclair Brunch de Paques include:

  • Sour cream and old-fashioned mustard potato salad with confit of lard
  • Tabbouleh style quinoa salad (featuring peppers, tomatoes, and fresh mint)
  • cauliflower tabbouleh with citrus and coriander
  • tomato and feta salad with a basic/passion fruit vinaigrette
  • selection of cured meats, homemade dill items, and various mustards
  • Mesclun salad with mixed lettuce and arugula and a chardonnay vinaigrette
  • Estragon flavoured goat cheese mousse with Norwegian trout tarter and sesame seed oil
  • Atlantic salmon graviax with Spanish capers with a maple/yuzu glaze

BUFFET CHAUD

Hot items featured in the St Sulpice Hotel Restaurant Sinclair Brunch de Paques include:

  • Scrambled Omega-3-enriched eggs with sausage, bacon, and Canadian ham and Provencal roasted potatoes
  • Lyon-style creamy, slow-roasted sliced Yukon Gold potatoes
  • roasted seasonal vegetables with fresh, fine herbs
  • Penne pasta with pesto, sundried tomatoes, kalamata olives, and beet sprouts
  • Atlantic salmon with Prosecco butter and grilled spinach
  • traditional braised Canadian beef bourguignon
  • A Seafood Cioppino with San Marzano tomato in a saffron broth, with oven-broiled potatoes
  • chicken cacciatore with San Marzano tomatoes, peppers, black olives, caramelized pearl onions, and shredded basil
  • Provencale-style Australian lamb stew

TABLE SUCRE

Just because it is brunch, doesn’t mean you can’t satisfy your sweet tooth, too. Thus, at St Sulpice Hotel’s Restaurant Sinclair Brunch de Plaque, you will also find a sweets table, featuring:

  • Passion fruit pannacotta
  • Rose water infused fruit salad
  • Fruit and yogurt cupcakes
  • Meyer lemon verrines
  • Sliced fruit montage with dark chocolate pearls
  • Quebec cheese platter
  • Coffee and herbal teas.

Of course, buffet items can always change daily and seasonally depending on availability and many other factors. Still, these are some impressive items for the reasonable $40 meal!