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Osco! Brasserie o Accents de Provence

Incredible Cuisine in a provence inspired setting!

+1.514.847.8729
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Open 6:30am - Midnight 360 Rue Saint Antoine Ouest
Montréal, QC H2Y 3X4, Canada

Warmth, elegance and mouth-watering flavors are always on the menu at Osco! True to his Occitan roots, our Chef Matthieu Saunier offers a menu full of sunshine, including a succulent lobster bouillabaisse, creamy risotto dishes and delicious grilled steaks. And of course, fine cuisine isn't complete without fine wine! The Osco! wine cellar consists of around 700 hand-picked bottles, including a large assortment of enticing private imports and wines made in organic and biodynamic wineries.

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SalonRotonde

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SalonRotonde

This private circular meeting room, nestled within Osco! Restaurant, is the perfect venue for a business breakfast, a diplomatic dinner or an intimate celebration. La Rotonde offers a stunning panoramic view of the Place Jean-Paul Riopelle and the storied façades of Old Montreal, as well as a unique round table which can seat up to 17 people. Also, the room is equipped with all the technological comforts and services to conduct a meeting while enjoying a fine meal. For even greater privacy, the magnificent curved doors can be closed to create an intimate environment for your guests. Finally, the Executive Chef is available add the perfect finishing touches and ensure your total satisfaction.

To book La Rotonde, please contact us at 514-847-8729 or by e-mail at OscoMontreal@ihg.com.

The Chef's CornerLa Bastide

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The Chef's CornerLa Bastide

The Chef’s corner, also known as La Bastide, is the heart of his Provençale-style brasserie, as breakfasts are served in this room daily. Also, this down-to-earth setting is the perfect place for guests to enjoy an intimate meal or a culinary demonstration with our Executive Chef.

To book La Bastide, please contact us at 514-847-8729 or by e-mail at OscoMontreal@ihg.com.

The Chef

Chef Matthieu Saunier serves up delicious seasonal dishes that will inspire the senses.

Matthieu Saunier traveled the world and learned his craft from some of the best chefs. After working under the tutelage of Pascal Even, Olivier Brissy and Laurent Godbout, Matthieu Saunier joined the InterContinental Montreal team in 2007. At 30, this talented Executive Chef, with an irresistible Southern accent, became the youngest in the InterContinental hotel chain.

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Born in Martigues, in the south of France, Matthieu Saunier grew up in Provence, cradled by the Mediterranean Sea and the songs of the cicada. His father, a merchant of smoked fish and other delicacies of the sea, enticed Matthieu to develop his interest for gastronomy at an early age by bringing him in the scullery of the best establishments to meet the fine creators. From this experience, the dream of becoming a chef emerged. At 15 years old, Matthieu Saunier began his four year training at the Lycée Professionel Perdiguier. During this period, he worked in Provencal restaurants such as the Loup d’argent, at Fos-sur-Mer, and L’Olivier, a gourmet restaurant in the Arles region. Then, he pursued his learning on a cruise ship and sailed on the Mediterranean Sea between Corsica, Italy and Tunisia.

Following these years of apprenticeship, he decided to join the Accor Group to work at the Novotel Airport in Marseille. After this experience, he crossed the English Channel to join the St. Mauritz brigade, in Soho, one of the trendiest neighborhoods in London. Subsequently, he worked in the City, the business district of London, at the Bleeding Heart Restaurant, renowned for its French cuisine. After two years he returned to Provence and settled in Aix-en-Provence to work at the Chateau-de-la-Pioline. Always looking for a new adventure, Matthieu Saunier left Europe for Quebec. After a brief stint at the restaurant L’Épicier, he joined the team at the InterContinental Montreal. He worked under the guidance of Chef Christian Lévêque as Banquet Sous-Chef for two years and then, was promoted as Chef for the restaurant Osco!.

Chef's Daily Notes

“The menu I created will allow everyone to discover local Quebec products enhanced with the flavors of Provence.” TASTE MTL MENU › BREAKFAST MENU › WINE MENU ›

Osco!, Provencal Brasserie

“Osco” means “bravo” and “very good” in the old Occitan language. Warmth, elegance and mouthwatering flavors are always on the menu at Osco! True to his Occitan roots, our Executive Chef Matthieu Saunier offers a menu full of sunshine, including a succulent lobster bouillabaisse, creamy risotto dishes and delicious grilled steaks. And of course, fine cuisine isn’t complete without fine wine! The Osco! wine cellar consists of around 700 hand-picked bottles, including a large assortment of enticing private imports and wines made in organic and biodynamic wineries.

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