Raviolution - MONTREAL Brunch and Breakfast
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The 411

Previously known as Côté Soleil, Raviolution is the best kept secret in the city for breakfast/brunch. With well sized portions, great taste and service, this little St Denis Resto is guaranteed not to disappoint.

At 1st glance

Ever pass by St Denis and see that building with the yellow stair case? Well, if you’ve seen it then you’re standing in front of Raviolution. From the outside it’s quite unassuming but when you sit down you will be amazed by what they have to offer.


Raviolution puts some great breakfast ideas on the table; plates such as Apricot crêpes ($7.95), chestnut cream crepe, and a solid line-up of eggs Benedict that cost anywhere between $10.95 to $12.95. The omelettes are also bursting with taste and range from $7.95 to $10.95 for the 3 choices of omelettes. It also has the most unique pieces of fresh fruit per plate; what this means is that it has many interesting varied fruits on your plate, not just the normal berries and orange slice. One of my favourites is the Eggs Benedict Scadinavian ($11.95) which comes with smoked salmon and is bursting with flavour and is quite filling. The Apricot crêpes are a sure hit, not too sweet and just the right taste. The spinach and cheese omelette ($8.95) does not disappoint and is a tasty vegetarian option. The fresh fruit and yogurt cups ($7.95) are of a nice size and refreshing.


Service is always good, the coffee refills are plentiful and the staff is kind and pleasant.


There is a good amount of vegetarian options; most of the crêpes are vegetarian and the omelette selection is quite varied so you do have choice. The fruit cup may be the only vegan option and that comes with a side of yogurt so I don’t know what there really is.

Wrap up

A personal favourite that I sincerely recommend adding to your list of places to check out; it’s quiet, has no line-up, and is fairly priced and tasty too, so do check it out.

3979, Saint-Denis
Montréal, QC H2W 2M4
(514) 282-8037

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Bottomless Cup Of Coffee YES
Credit Cards YES
Web Site NO
Debit Card YES
Vegetarian Friendly YES
Price $$ <$10
Overall 4.5/5
Wheelchair Access NO 0/3







1 Comment »

  • Dan says:

    Not very good at all, went today Dec. 3 2011. Service was slow and forgetful. You had to ask for every side including water, ketchup, cream and refills for coffee. The sausage were burnt, the crepes and their filling were cold and the fruit was either over-ripe or under-ripe. They boast the best Hollandaise in Montreal but I can think of ten better just off the top of my head. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. It’s backed to being called Cafe Soleil so maybe it’s changed chefs/owners or something. It was over priced too!

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