The sad pedestrian Prince Arthur strip got a shot in the arm this past weekend, thanks to Sangho Byeon. "The menu is a little bit different [from our other restaurant, Le Petit Tokebi]. [The Plateau] has a lot of students, so it’s a simpler menu than our other location,” the co-owner of Négasaké tells the McGill Tribune. The new restaurant serves "a variety of Korean and Japanese appetizers" and the likes of ramen, bibimbap, tteokbokki and this take on steak tartare. But wait, there's more. “We are going to have a terrace and start serving traditional ice soup over the summer,” reports Byeon. h/t Chowhound.
Status: Négasaké, 70 Prince-Arthur Est, (514) 564-5850. Certified open.