My friend had to finalize plans for her party at the St. Paul, so we ate dinner there to check out the menu and had a great time. The tuna three ways (or was it two?) was quite nice, a light appetizer heavy on the presentation. She had the goat cheese w/ tomato and that was delicious, goat cheese was mild and nice. I had amazing huge scallops wrapped in prosciutto w/ little disks of potato and thin green beans. She had the sirloin that came with a side of almost pot roast like stuff. Can't remember the menu description but that's what it tasted like. the meat was done perfectly but don't remember her sides. We split a dessert that had espresso semi freddo, a rich dark chocolate mousse type thing and a chocolate cake w/ ice cream. The waiter recommended great wines and we had good service all around. The room is modern but comfortable, fairly busy for a Sun. nite. They kind of overdo things done two ways, or three ways on the menu but it was good if you want to spend $24-32 for entrees.
Walked around for a couple hours the next day trying to find an iced coffee. Is there any place in Montreal where they have coffee already cold instead of pouring hot coffee over ice? Since Second Cup doesn't even do it, I doubt it but maybe someone out there knows. Or isi this just a New England/east coast thing.