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Beer and comfort food – need we say more? This gem of a restaurant with a menu signed by internationally acclaimed chef Antonio Park is part chic beer garden, part Asian brasserie…and all delicious!  

Located in the heart of Shaughnessy Village, on Sainte-Catherine Street West, Kampai can welcome up to 600 guests when at capacity, making it one of Montréal’s largest restaurant projects. Surprisingly enough, Kampai still feels cozy despite its size.

Order as you eat your way through this 100% peanut-free menu designed to be shared. Crispy pork dumplings, carpaccio and tartares, fried pogos with shrimp, tacos and more headline this showstopper menu of Asian fusion comfort food.  

It may be a beer garden, but if you want to forego the exclusive craft beer choices, opt for one of Lawrence Picard’s original cocktails or wine from Kampai’s extensive list of vintages.

The expansive space is as much as study in fusion as the menu. With a decidedly industrial-organic flair, it features four distinct sections: a bar, a beer garden, a restaurant and two outdoor terraces. Throw in loads of greenery, medley of antique furniture and pool tables, plus large banquettes for groups and cozy nooks for a tête-à-tête.

Philippe Allard


  • Number of private rooms: 1
  • Capacity of the largest private room: 600
  • Group capacity: 600


Sun, Tue, Wed, 5 p.m. to 0 a.m.; Thu, Fri, Sat, 5 p.m. to 3 a.m.


  • $20 to $45 - 3-course meal at night

Types of cuisine

  • Asia


  • Gluten-free dishes available
  • Vegetarian dishes available
1225 Saint-Mathieu Street
Montréal, QC H3H 2P7

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