A casino itself is one thing, but the restaurant they have is another story, and that is exactly the case for Casino de Montreal and their buffet at Pavillon 67. The casino will surely tire you out with all their fun themes and games, and what better way to take a break and have great food.
Located at the 5th floor of Casino de Montreal, people can see the culinary team slice and cook food so delicately, that it almost seems like a cooking show on TV. The only difference is that viewers actually get to eat the food.
Pavillon 76 has now decided to serve even more varieties adding more food to their already scrumptious menu. These new additions include homemade maple-smoked salmon with spices, seafood poutine, gourmet lobster pie, and slow-cooked beef strip loin with exotic peppers. Half-lobsters are also available for $7 each, which can be ordered with the buffet on either Friday or Saturday.
On Sundays, the chefs at Pavillon 76 allow their customers to to come into the kitchen and serve themselves. They get to see the chefs in action, and even get to learn some culinary techniques.
The meat is nothing short of extraordinary. Customers will definitely notice the emphasis they give towards their meat and seafood with their roast beef and lamb which are all carved in front of you, as well as the shrimp galore, mussels, crab legs, and of course, the lobsters. When that is done, people head down to their dessert section. There is a chocolate fountain, chocolate mousse, and different kinds and flavors of cakes.
For people with a sweet tooth who still want to try their desserts, customers may opt to ask the pastry chef for a special order. Pavillon 76’s pastry chefs know they can make delicious desserts and want those even with a sweet tooth to try them out!