The first thing that catches the eye at Montreal’s Pullman is the large centerpiece – a wine grass chandelier.  Quite a remarkable and clever design for wine bar.

While on first glance Pullman seems small and unassuming, it is largely due to the clever design of the space by Cabinet Braun-Braën.  The  restaurant is divided into small vignettes over its multilevel retro-futuristic expanse; Pullman is large enough to host 150 guests.  All of whom are enjoying their lovely meals in tranquility!

The tapas menu is a simple check-box card to be filled in with the provided pencils; very practical and fun.  The wine menu, however,  is a bit overwhelming with more than 340 choices!

Front: crispy green beans with truffle oil and roasted almonds; Back: port-steeped cheddar grilled cheese

Pullman delights in all respects.  I would say that the photos of the food do them justice.  The dishes are as delicious as they are attractive!

Russian style gravlax, curated in sea salt, accompanied by hard-boiled quail eggs (cooked to perfection, no sulfur stain aground the yolk), cream, salmon roe, condiments, and blinis
warm plate of winter vegetables on a bed of saffron mayo and a crown pretzel
Ricotta Gnocchi, Roasted Tomato Fondue and Basil
Reggiano parmesan croquettes with a smoked piperade
Mixed fried mushrooms, crostini and watercress
Russian style gravlax, cream, salmon roe, and blinis
Wild scallops carpaccio with olive oil, daisy buttons and spring greens
photo © Bruno Braën
photo © Bruno Braën

Pullman Wine Bar and Tapas Bar

(1) 514 288-7779
424 Avenue du Parc, Montréal (QC)  H2X 2H5 Canada

4:30 pm – 1:00am  Daily

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