Le Chasseur welcomes groups of six people or less in the dining area and up to nine people on our raised platform seating area. Call early for the platform fills up in no time!
Tuesday - 17h to 3h
Wednesday - 17h to 3h
Thurdsday - 17h to 3h
Friday - 17h to 3h
Saturday - 17h to 3h
Sunday - 17h to 3h
Tuesday - 18h to 22h
Wednesday - 18h to 22h
Thursday - 18h to midnight
Friday - 18h to midnight
Saturday - 18h to midnight
Sunday - 18h to midnight
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Enjoy our wine selection from private importation prepared weekly by our sommelier Laurence Asselin. Check out our cocktail list as the owner gets a creative mind of his own and throws together a different cocktail each week. We also offer a variety of pick-me-up mixed drinks sure to please the pickiest taste buds.
Our food menu follows the seasons’ rhythm. Keep up with us on Facebook to discover our savory surprises of the moment.
Le Chasseur’s kitchen offers tapas created with local products. A little less than a regular meal, but a little more than an entrée, those tapas are carefully elaborated by our chefs Jean-Philippe Matheussen, former sous-chef at M sur Masson, and Laurence Frenette, finalist on Les Chefs! a Radio-Canada television show.
T'was in the old days, when people still enjoyed time, and legends still rang true. T'was said that Le Chasseur came to Hochelaga amongst the Valois, the Morgans and the Cuvilliers, well-known families of the disctrict. T'was also said that those families had traveled way, way up, in the frost bit north. While up there, they had met a fascinating character, going by "le Chasseur", whose knowledge of ancestral traditions and culinary art enchanted each and all. T'was during the 1900’s, when cars were powered by breathing horses, in a time when time still had its say on the way of things.
A home was granted to le Chasseur so that the city dwellers could discover tastes and flavours from abroad. For this man was weaver of taste, true to nature.