Written by Stephania Saridakis on 03.04.14

You can find Café Falco situated on the main level of a warehouse building in the Mile End, between Bernard St. and Viateur St. Falco exudes industrialism within its design: Grey concrete floors, tall ceilings and vintage sewing machines are amongst the many objects that have been chosen to occupy this locale, resulting in nothing less than a visually pleasing experience. 

The floor to ceiling windows illuminate the entire space beautifully and the open kitchen concept welcomes you to take a peek at how things get done behind the scenes. But first thing’s first, coffee!

Not many places in Montreal use a siphon filter for classic drip coffee, but at Falco you’ll find that they have mastered the technique, serving up delicious coffee in Japanese ceramic cups.

What makes this café authentic is the Japanese-French inspired cuisine and treats. Owners Frederik Froument and Yuko Toda are the brains behind this establishment. Here you can find The Don, a basic rice bowl topped with fresh vegetables, sprouts, lentils and sautéed pork or chicken. Falco also uses organic and local produce – snacks are supplied by Boulangerie Guillaume.

Coffee and design meet here, making Café Falco a great place for creative inspiration.

5605 Avenue de Gaspé, Montréal, QC H2T 2A4
(514) 272-7766

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