After meeting Evelyne for drinks and snacks, I went back to the hotel to meet Neil who was coming to join me for the weekend. It was quite late by the time we went out to eat and we weren’t super hungry… We ended up at Les 3 Brasseurs on St Catherine. Definitely not haute cuisine but a jolly pub atmosphere on a cool evening – perfect for a quick bite and some beers.
Did someone say beer? Neil ordered this:
(Amber beer with maple syrup, fermented in the bottle)
I opted for the more classic:
Une bière légère et dorée, au caractère fruité et subtil.
Désaltérante, les houblons aromatiques la rendent agréablement amère.
(Light and golden with a subtle, fruity flavour. Thirst quenching with aromatic hops making it pleasantly bitter)
For eats, we chose the cool flatbread pizzas they have: Les Flamms « Maison » – Fabriquées sur place. Non ce n’est pas une pizza c’est bien meilleur ! La flamm provient de l’appelation «Flammekueche› plat de la région d’Alsace, France. (Better than a pizza, named for the “Flammekueche” from the Alsace region in France).
We had Poulet Pesto 12,99 $ Poulet, tomates, pesto, fromage parmesan
Definitely not sophisticated but good snacks and drinks. We enjoyed this pub a few years ago and were pleased to see it was still predictably reliable. This chain has recently opened in Toronto but it just doesn’t sound as cool in English (The 3 Brewers) does it???
32 Ste-Catherine St. W. (and other locations)
Tel: (514) 788 6333