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jeudi, 29 janvier, 2009
I'm surprised with previous negative review. This is relatively small place. It doesn't have Kanda's selection, but everything is prepared very well, everything is fresh. Service is very good. Have been twice and will definitely be back and will recommend this place. Taking into account quality of food, all-you-can-eat concept and price I'm giving it 5 stars. Way better then Kanda or "St-Jean sushi". So far the best All-You-can-eat on West Island.
I'm a bit surprised by mixed reviews on this restaurant and it's overall rating. We loved the place. We came with Tuango coupons and got a wonderful meal. It's a casual place; you can't really compare it to the high-end restaurants. But it is very cozy, has a very nice ambiance. Service was very friendly. We had salmon and beef tartars for the starters - one of the best we ever had (and we had a lot - in Montreal and in Europe, including very upscale restaurants). For the main course I had steak bavette and my husband had beef short ribs - both dishes were super delicious and cooked to perfection. Desserts were OK, probably not the most amazing part of the meal, but we didn't really care after such great starters and mains. The prices on the menu are very reasonable for the quality of food you get.
We will definitely be back and will recommend to our friends.
This was the most awful dining experience we ever had in Montreal. Salads - I think they prepare them in the morning (or the day before?) - imagine the taste of the vegetables. Our waiter recommended to start with Brick. What is brick - imagine scrambled eggs, fillo pastry and a lot (I mean it - a LOT) of oil. But we let that pass as we were anticipating tajins. The portions are small, but probably it's good since we couldn't finish it anyway. We were two couples looking at each other when every one of us tried to chew on his/her piece of meat. No, meat in tajin cooked for couple of hours - it should be tender, right? It's what I thought. You are wrong, you can buy a piece of meat that will not be possible to eat no meter how long it was in the oven and this was the case. We had different tajins, so it's not just one miss that somehow happened. And by the way dried fruits that were supposed to be in one of the tajins - we never found any. My advise - don't even try it. If you are up to tajin or couscous - there are a lot of nice places in Montreal.
I honestly don't understand all the positive reviews on tripadvisor and RestoMontreal. This place looks like standard hotel restaurant - no character at all. The food is below average. It's better than on food court, but not what you would expect from nice Chinese restaurant. With so many great choices in Chinatown how this one can be called "Best Chinese food restaurant" is beyond my understanding. Service was not great either.
I'm not sure why this restaurant has quite low rating. We were really impressed. The food is amazing - fresh, delicious and authentic (we had Lebanese food experts in our party). Service is very friendly. If you up to live music come around 9-10:30 on Sat night - we didn't know and came at 7 when restaurant was very quiet. Will definitely come back, absolutely loved everything we tried.
This is a great Thai restaurant. Food is very well prepared, portions are very generous. Service is OK - depends on the waiter. Try their carries, it's great. Don't miss choclate mousse cake - it's not Thai of course, but all the same it's great.
It's a great value restaurant. In summer it's very nice to have a table at the terrace.