Since January 30, 2020, L’Arrivage is bringing a new concept, a new menu, and a new chef! Seasoned chef and food writer Philippe Mollé takes the helm of Pointe-à-Callière’s restaurant to offer you an inventive and affordable menu showcasing local products, together with the hospitality and service you expect from a major restaurant. Come discover—or rediscover—L’Arrivage Bistro, the gourmet and cultural destination par excellence in Old Montréal.
Located in the heart of Old Montréal, with a magnificent view of the Old Port, L’Arrivage Bistro is the perfect spot for a business lunch, a group meal, or some delicious food while visiting the Museum. You’ll be enchanted with the beautiful interior, bathed in natural light, as well as with the menu, offering a taste of products from Québec.
Chef Philippe Mollé and his team serve market-fresh cuisine showcasing local products with a menu that is updated daily, allowing you to discover new culinary delights each time you visit. Affordably priced, the lunchtime table d’hôte, seasonal menu, and express option each offer tasty dishes, prepared with great care, using quality products. The chef also offers signature dishes that, in their own way, tell the story of Montréal.
Located on the 2nd floor of the Museum’s main building, the restaurant also has a patio, open during the summer season, allowing you to enjoy your meals in an enchanting setting.
Breakfast and a guided tour
In addition to brunch for the general public on the weekend, L’Arrivage Bistro and Pointe-à-Callière offer groups a chance to enjoy breakfast before taking their guided tour of the Museum. Learn more about our group tours.
L'Arrivage Bistro’s team also offers a catering service that will turn your receptions, happy hours, or corporate events into truly memorable gourmet experiences. In the evening, the restaurant is also the perfect spot in which to host your guests in a unique setting! Our team of professionals can lend its guidance and support at every step as you organize your event. Explore all the options for room rentals at the Museum.
Museum admission is not required to go to the restaurant.