The reference for fish and seafood aficionados in Montreal
IKANOS X FISH BAR
The ocean is our playground and we do our best to celebrate its bounty.
We’re convinced we have the best purveyors in town and we strive to showcase only their freshest catches in our FISH BAR.
Having trouble deciding what's best for you and your friends? Fear not, our staff are trained to guide you in your selection.
OUR NEW TASTING MENU
Ikanos, our namesake, is greek for skill acquired through experience. It’s the culmination of many years of trial and error that has helped to polish us into who we are today. It’s with this in mind that we present to you something we’ve had simmering for awhile now. We’re very excited to share with you our new Omakase style tasting menu. It’s 16-21 small dishes designed to rival the great Michelin star restaurants of Europe and elsewhere. Ambitious? Very. But we’ve reasoned our reach should exceed our grasp
Montréal en Lumière festival is already in its 21st edition and no longer needs presentation. It has established itself as a must for all gourmets eager of culinary discoveries in our magnificent city. Since the festival's mission is to promote Montreal
Ikanos is proud to be a founding member of this gastronomic initiative grouping together some of the most talked about culinary hotspots in Montreal. The concept is simple. From the 23rd of January through to the 9th of February, our 5
Curiosités et Gourmandises
On the menu, contemporary market cuisine with seafood, fish and grilled meats, classics of Mediterranean and Greek cuisine presented in the form of mezze. Perfect for long summer evenings!
You didn't taste good seafood until you tried Ikanos. Their grilled scallop mezze, served with apricot salsa, is fresh, tasty and cooked to perfection their grilled seafood plate, which combines shrimp, octopus, squid and more, is practically a piece of art!
LA PRESSE MONTREAL
My favorite food? As a starter, perhaps cooked eggplant salad with crunchy nuts or fennel salad with apple vinaigrette, super fresh as a Cretan breeze in mid-December. Or the shrimp are turned in the small cast iron pan called saganaki, and served with tomatoes, kalamatas, capers, pepper and feta cheese.
Located on McGill Street in Old Montreal, the IKANOS restaurant is, for us, a must for the event. The modern Greek cuisine of Chef Constant Mentzas is highly appreciated for its delicate flavours and refined presentations.