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Restaurant Labo Culinaire - Temporary closure


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TEMPORARY CLOSURE Following the current resurgence of COVID-19, the SAT must unfortunately cancel its public activities in order to protect its employees and the public. We are closely following the development of health and safety guidelines and will post updates on this page. For any questions, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]. Thank you for your understanding.



Inventive and local cuisine

The Labo culinaire - Foodlab is the gastronomic experience that the Society for Arts and Technology invites you to live. Located on the same floor as the Satosphere , the restaurant offers a refined, comforting and responsible cuisine.




Labo culinaire
Tel. 514-844-2033 ext 225

3rd floor of the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT)
1201, Boul. St Laurent, Montreal
Open Wednesday to Saturday - 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Menu "from farm to table"

Following the philosophy of short circuits "from farm to table", in close collaboration with local producers, the chef Timothée Vielajus and his team develop a menu that is renewed with each arrival and is made up of seasonal products, mostly organic and local.

A carefully curated wine list

Our list is 100% biodynamic, natural, and vibrant, representing the vitality and renewal of worldwide viniculture methods, the return of forgotten grape varieties, and the desire to drink real and pure.

Cocktails and local beers

The Labo culinaire - Foodlab offers a creative cocktail list focused on local distilleries, as well as a large selection of local beers from the province’s best microbreweries.

The rooftop garden

The garden fuels the culinary creativity of the restaurant team, who use its harvests to enhance the plates with original flavors. This experiment in urban agriculture is part of the process of promoting local products, so the majority of the plants grown are indigenous.