The Ritz-Carlton Montreal's main restaurant is back in style with an innovative décor, a posh lounge area and a cutting-edge all-day menu. Inspired by internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud, the menu has some Mediterranean influences and is driven by market availability so it changes often. Diners can find exotic preparations that might include fresh oysters, seared foie gras, rack of lamb and a variety of house-made pastas. Desserts are artfully prepared and there also is a tasting menu. The sommelier is happy to discuss the expansive wine list. In season, the most popular spot to dine is the atrium and garden terrace overlooking the hotel's charming duck pond. A private meeting room features a multi-tiered chandelier made of crystal wine glasses.