Born from the idea of creating a unique environment that brings together design and gastronomy, Le Richmond offers a lush northern Italian cuisine with influences from Piedmont, Venetia and Emilia Romagna. With freshness front and centre, we use farm-fresh seasonal and local foods as well as exclusive products from small-scale Italian growers.

It’s in the sumptuous theatrical decor of a 3200ft2 converted loft-style space with seating for 140 indoors, plus another 90 on the terrace, that Le Richmond welcomes you. The 1800s era building was fully restored, blending old materials and industrial architecture to contemporary design and modern finishes. Take place and get carried away by Le Richmond experience.



Le Richmond

377 Richmond Street
Montreal, Qc
514 508.8749

1 Comment

  • December 24, 2014


    Of the options you pveoidrd, I would strongly suggest Montreal. The parks and gardens around the Olympic stadium are gorgeous, there is La Ronde amusement park and there is a neat place you can rent a quadracycle near the ports in Old Montreal. No trip to Montreal is complete without getting at least a couple of dozen genuine wood oven baked bagels so head over to Rue St. Urbain and get yourselves some bagels. The kids will love them. Ottawa, the nation’s capital city, is only about an hour and a half away and there are a lot of things to do there as well.Enjoy your visit to Canada