The Brass Lantern is located inside the Hôtel La Broquerie. It’s pretty well camouflaged, too, to the point that we weren’t totally sure that there was a restaurant, after all. Fortunately, we spotted a placard in a front window and ducked in for lunch.
The hotel was very nice with modern decor. When we arrived inside the restaurant, we had to seat ourselves. The hostess/waitress was friendly but not overly so, though she did bring the boys kids’ menus and crayons to draw with.
When the Montréal Reuben arrived, the corned beef was superb! The sauerkraut was flavorful, too. The bread was a soft, light-colored rye that was toasted just about right. The sandwich was so delicious that we didn't really notice that there was no dressing included on the sandwich. The Swiss cheese was also of high quality.