A List Of Montreal's Most Successful Restaurant Owners

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A List Of Montreal's Most Successful Restaurant Owners

Montreal is recognized for its cultural diversity, beautiful womenparty scene but most importantly, our culinary taste.

When it comes to the restaurant industry, our renown chefs and restauranteurs are especially skilled at making sure that every single dish is cooked to perfection.

 After conducting a poll with our audience, we've made a list of Montreal's most successful restaurant owners who prove hard work, passion and dedication does pay off. Give a round of applause to our city's finest!

Antonio Park

Restaurant: Park, Lavanderia

Park is a sushi restaurant in Westmount that pairs the purity of traditional Japanese cuisine with Korean and South American flavours.


photo cred - Dominique Lafond

Chuck Hughes

and the whole Crownsalts Crew - Including partners Tim Rozon and Kyle Marshall Nares.

Restaurants: Garde Manger, Bremner


Peter Morentzos

with Chris Morentzos. The King of Montreal steakhouses.

Restaurants: QDC, QDC Burger and Lobster Bar


Allison Cunnighman, David McMillan and Frédéric Morin

Restaurants: Joe Beef, Liverpool House, Vin Papillon


photo cred - Paul Labonté

Jeremie Falissard and Roberto Porres

Alongside Louis Koorevaar and Antonio Gonzalez

Restaurants: Barroco, Bocata and upcoming Foiegwa and Atwater Cocktail Club.


Sefi Amir

Alongside Ethan Wills, Chef Marc Cohen and Interior designer Annika Krausz

Restaurants: Lawrence, Larrys, and Boucherie Lawrence


Duane Holder

Alongside partners Peter Chase and Erin Chase.

Restaurant: Etre Avec Toi (E.A.T)


photo cred - Stevie B Hamron

Brahms Yaiche & Stevie B Hamron

Restaurant: Harlow

The New Hollywood of Old Montreal.


David Dayan

Restaurant: Ryu

Ryu is a contemporary Japanese cuisine set in an intimate ambiance.


Alexandre Brosseau

Alongside Francine Brûlé, The chefs Guillaume Daly and S’Arto Chartier-Otisand and Flyjin owners

Restaurant: Soubois


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