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Ferreira Café information
Lonely Planet review
This warm and inviting restaurant serves some of Montréal’s best Portuguese fare. The cataplana (a bouillabaisse-style seafood stew) is magnificent, tender morsels of grilled fish comes to the table cooked to perfection, while meat-lovers can feast on rack of lamb or spice-rubbed Angus rib-eye steak. There’s an extensive wine list and a lively atmosphere.