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jeudi, 06 novembre, 2014
Malgré quelques petits hics au niveau des plats, lexpérience du Sneak and Chic a été charmante, le service du personnel était courtois et le menu bien varié. En gros, je reviendrai définitivement entre copines pour une soirée urbaine et tendance. Toutefois, gare à vous! Le temps dattente entre chaque plat pourrait vous sembler ridiculement long.
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If you are on budget but still like to go out to enjoy a few drinks without restraining yourself from ordering food or simply dont want to break the bank, you would probably appreciate what LGros Luxe has to offer: tasty finger food, a wide variety of brunch and main dishes, drinks and cocktails everything at affordable costs! Read more on our blog: http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/10/05/lgros-luxe-expanding-in-the-south-west-of-montreal/
They always come up with original food and cocktails menus each season in a cool and mature atmosphere! Joverse will certainly never deceive their clientele! Head over on our blog to read our interview with one of their Co-Owner and a sneak peek in pictures of their current menus! http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/09/16/joverse-an-european-soul-and-nyc-inspired-setting-in-the-heart-of-old-montreal/
Every summer, we cannot miss the opportunity to swing by Terrasse Nelligan to soak up some sun and order their Clear Sangria made of sparkling wine, peach liqueur, white cranberry juice and lychees, or their signature Mojito.
Next time you want to have a drink while enjoying the weather, think about that stunning rooftop part of town! Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/07/05/terrasse-nelligan-happy-hour-under-the-sun/
I youre a fan of high-end and precisely prepared food, this is definitely the place to try out at least once in your lifetime! However, if you go there in hope to satisfy your endless hunger, youll probably end up deceived.
I definitely recommend you try out Laurea at least once just to experience the beauty of the place, the outstanding service from the staff and Chef Chajars modern cuisine.
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/06/29/laurea-mythical-french-restaurant-on-laurier/
The upbeat music was pleasantly loud and modernly rhythmical, the crowd and the staff were happy and laughing. Everyone was in the greatest of vibe and we can feel that the place itself was pleased to celebrate the special event with soap bubbles flying everywhere at the main entrance in the heart of Old Montreal.
After an evening filled with bubblies, food and laughter, La Champagnerie definitely deserved to be a hot spot in Montreals restaurant-bar scene. Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/06/02/la-champagnerie-two-year-anniversary-in-a-bubbly-way/
With such a beautiful restaurant and trustful potential on their side, Labarake could definitely have come up with something more consistent but especially, more innovative and original than what was served during the evening of their first anniversary. Fingers crossed for next years anniversary! For now, lets bring a toast to their first-year anniversary and with them another year of success! Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/05/31/labarake-caserne-a-manger-celebrating-their-one-year-anniversary/
Because Ive only been here twice and tried two different kinds of sandwiches (I will let pictures speak for themselves), I dont know if the other dishes and desserts are as good. The one thing I know for sure is it is affordable and the quantity and delicious mix of ingredients are filling enough in a good way. Plus, the location on Saint-Denis has an outdoor terrace which is lovely now that summertime is finally here in town!
Read more on my blog http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/05/19/resto-vego-ideal-spot-for-lunch-and-energizing-meals/
We were happy to be part of La Boite aux Huîtres's first ever edition of the "Merci pour les Huîtres" event ("Thank you for the Oysters" event) in collaboration with Virginia Seafood. Three kinds of oysters were part of the event:
J&W Seafood from Lower Bay Western Shore, Massawadox Salts from Upper Bay Eastern Shore and Sewansecott from Seaside.
A little suggestion, the next time you will pass by the Jean-Talon market, come visit La Boite aux Huîtres and slurp some fresh delicious oysters! We promise you will fall in love all over again with the sea because we did!
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/05/12/la-boite-aux-huitres-oysters-season-1st-edition-by-virginia-seafood/
With an outdoor terrace, it is one of Montreals perfect place to soak up some sun while eating out without having to break the bank. Everything is approximately in the $15 range and the food tastes just fine. However, dont hope for the prettiest of presentation or the finest of cuisine as you get what you pay for. The standards are there and we even felt that we got more more food (in terms of quantity) than what we paid for.
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/05/10/omelette-cie-affordable-brunch-on-a-terrace/
Lately, we just discovered their unique sorbet flavour called cinq épices (or five spices for my English readers). Based on an original Italian recipe, their sorbets come in more than 25 different flavours. Cinq épices caught our attention just by its name.
Usually, when you think of five spices, you think of a tea or hot beverage. In this case, it was transformed into a cold pleasant dessert, not too sweet and perfectly spiced up with the intensity of the chosen ingredients. The light texture makes you forget youre guiltily eating a dessert.
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/05/04/suite-88-chocolatier-perfect-place-for-creative-gelatos-and-other-sweets/
Our experience at Le Pois Penché was far from being bad. However, we just didnt feel the it factor. Even if the food was bland and its presentation was a bit off, the staff was nice and the ambience of the restaurant was pleasantly Parisian enough. Will I go back? Probably not for brunch. Montreal is filled with brunch spots in the same price range and the competition is pretty tight. Le Pois Penché has work to do on the mixtures of different flavours and spices and perhaps, a more modern and captivating version of their plate presentations.
Read more about our experience on our blog at http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/04/28/le-pois-penche-parisian-style-brunch/
Last Tuesday, we were honored to be part of their new menu tasting event carefully concocted by Chef Kelvin Au-Leong.
To be honest, my favourite main course of their new menu was the creamy curry. The right mixture of flavours and spices was clearly present and the creaminess of the sauce was top notch!
Completely full from food and joyfully tipsy from the many glasses of white wine, I got home more than happy about my discovery and was telling myself that Invitation V had definitely made it on my list of my most loved restaurants in town.
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/04/25/invitation-v-two-years-still-vegan-with-a-new-menu/
Honestly, for even cheaper, we can better at Première Moisson for the same amount of food. I understand that SoupeSoup has a very interesting concept and is conscious about health and well-being but to us, customer service is also very important, if not more! Would we recommend you trying out SoupeSoup? Of course, yes! But perhaps in another location.
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/03/23/soupesoup-healthy-food-option-while-its-still-cold/
Overall, good job Notkins on this first ever edition of the Mtl Eat and Drink festival! Everything was on point and well balanced. The ambiance of the restaurant was wonderful, especially because we had seats at the oyster bar in front of all the main action! We couldnt keep on looking on other peoples plates yesterday night to the point that when we left the restaurant, we were telling each other that coming back will definitely be part of our to-do list!
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/03/27/notkins-the-oyster-bar-in-montreal-you-have-to-discover/
Verses had always been part of my top favourites in Montreal and even though my choice of this years main course was not their best, I would totally go back next year (and who knows, maybe even before that!). Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/03/17/verses-restaurant-refined-french-inspired-cuisine/
Overall, I would strongly recommend Punjab Palace to Indian food lovers and/or adventurers. According to my first experience there (and it wont be my last one), the value versus the quality is something to consider. They are generous with the portions and all the flavours are very present. I will definitely come back and try out other dishes though just by curiosity.
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/03/05/punjab-palace-cheap-price-un-cheap-flavours/
If you are looking for a romantic yet causal BYOW kind of place for a date or a get-together in a small group of friends, this place is an option. However, dont hope for the it factor or any kind of punch because I have a feeling Les Canailles is still in the safe zone for now. Great ambience but it is lacking in the food department.
Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/03/10/les-canailles-lovely-french-bistro-in-hochelaga-maisonneuve/
Would I recommend Flyjin to all of my readers? Absolutely! If you are like me and enjoy Japanese fusion cuisine, special cocktails and/or simply wine, the Old Montreal and its trendy crowd, you would have to consider Flyjin at least once in your life.
Read more on my blog http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/03/07/flyjin-new-menu-discovery-event/
I would want to like this restaurant because I can feel its potential, but unfortunately, my experience was mediocre to be honest. Perhaps my hopes and expectations were too high. However, for the same price (or even less), there are plenty of other restaurants in town that can offer you that higher gastronomic level I am talking about. Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2015/01/05/la-prunelle-one-of-the-most-raved-about-restaurant-on-duluth/
The BEST sushi in town! They never disappoint after all these years! Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2014/11/09/yuukai-the-all-time-favourite-for-sushi/
Great spot for your first meal of the day! However, the food presentation looks cold and the lineup seemed chaotic... Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2014/11/05/le-passe-compose-revisiting-the-past-by-brunching-in-the-present/
This is probably one of the worst "fancy" restaurant for Asian food... I was very disappointed even though I felt that the staff had good intentions and were making their best to give a good customer service. Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2014/10/15/kyomi-the-exotic-illusionist/
Probably one of the most reliable place in town for chocolate, crepes and a little chit-chat. Read more on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2014/10/14/juliette-et-chocolat-a-rediscover/
Everything is colourful and beautiful - from the decors to the food! Perfect place in town for brunch! Read more on my blog on http://theforbiddenmeal.com/2014/10/13/regine-cafe-brunching/