This steakhouse/cocktail bar offers an old-timey ambience, as well as complimentary pickles, ‘slaw, bread, potatoes, and salad. Their steaks aren't free, but are totally worth the price of admission.
Le Milsa is a Brazilian resto serves up 10 different styles of meats on skewers (including rib steak) directly to your table.
They might have goofy-named menu items, but the items themselves are delicious, and includes a 16oz AAA angus rib steak and other amazing meats.
You're not gonna find any incredibly cheap items on the menu here, but if you're willing to pony up a few extra bucks, their giant and succulent steaks will totally be worth the coin.
An ode to Charles "Joe-Beef" McKiernan, a 19th century innkeeper and Montreal working-class hero, this resto serves up Quebecois classics like sausages, hot smoked salmon, and 18oz steaks (dubbed the "Monsieur's portion" on the menu) in the heart of Little Burgundy.
Moishes Steakhouse was founded in 1938 by Moishe Lighter, a Romanian immigrant. The restaurant-- a hybrid Jewish deli and steak house-- remains a fixture of "The Main" neighborhood of Montreal today with its famous charcoal-broiled bone-in filet mignon, among other meaty offerings.