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mardi, 07 février, 2017

Arahova Souvlaki
Vieux-Montréal
Service
Nourriture
4.0

Only $3.95 for a pork pita souvlaki you'd easily spend 1.5-2x as much elsewhere. Need I say more? Tzatziki is delish!!

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Desi Dera
Parc-Extension
Service
Nourriture
4.0

Visited the other location and was blown away by the savoury Thali dish, a platter with a choixe of three cury meat servings. A sure bet for a tight budget, a couple can stuff themselves with two samosas in extra, and still pay under $20 with yaxws and tip.

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Parthenon Bar-Grill
Île des Soeurs
Service
Nourriture
4.0

Pizza is consistently very good; great value and quality of ingredients. Surprisingly, their rotisserie chicken is awesomely tender and moist...puts to shame the garbage fron chains like St. Hubert, Au Coq or even New System BBQ. If you visit or luve in Nun's Island, this is THE restaurant destination. Say hi to Bill or Frank, fraternal co-owners, who take pride in thw quality of their menu and premises, at Place du Commerce, near the Royal Bank.

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Faste Fou
Vieux-Montréal
Service
Nourriture
3.5

The best value I could find in Old Montreal for a pitcher of beer, i.e. $16 for a decent ale, not the Molson variety. Food is a-plenty and not expensive. Ask for their chicken burger. Huge!!! Decent prices for all budgets.

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Bagel Etc
Boul. St-Laurent/Main
Service
Nourriture
4.0

The best brunch for a post-celebratory evening. Simon, our short-order cook, starts our brekkie as soon as he sees us walk in the door. We go for the hardcore breakfast: two overeasy eggs, bacon, Knackwürst sausage, dijon, authentic Montreal bagel, crwam cheese, hash browns and coffee "à volonté" with fresh squeezed OJ. with taxes and tip, a couplw eats for about $25. Satiated!!!

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Le Club Chasse Et Pêche
Vieux-Montréal
Service
Nourriture
4.5

Their boeuf au jus had me transfixed on the dish. Awesome wine list. Overall very good. Bring a good credit balance on your Visa or Mastercard.

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XO Le Restaurant
Vieux-Montréal
Service
Nourriture
4.5

Nestled in the old St. James Hotel, they offer a good menu of Montreal favourites. Their vwal and sallmon tartares are exquisite. Bring a good-standing credit card.

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Brutopia
Rue Crescent
Service
Nourriture
4.0

The pub food is surprisingly very good. Headed by Mexican chef Dimitri, this excellent brewpub offers an inexpensive menu of tapas style Mexican eats as well as North American favourites. The houae guacamole ia sublime as well as the quesadillas.

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Frite Alors!
Quartier Latin
Service
Nourriture
3.5

Comfort cuisine that pairs well with a limited budget. Their "Vladimir" poutine is the standard against which all poutines can be measured. And this location is walking distance from amazing pubs to complete an evening of gastric excess.

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Mâche!
Quartier Latin
Service
Nourriture
4.0

The pulled pork sandwich is comfort cuisine par excellnce! And their poutine is a sure bet. Just downstairs from Ile Noir Pub, Montreal's best Scotch bar, makes it a go-to destination.

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Moishes Steakhouse
Boul. St-Laurent/Main
Service
Nourriture
5.0

You get what you pay for. Good wine list too.

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Shô-Dan (Shodan)
Centre-ville
Service
Nourriture
4.0

You get what you pay for, and this is a downtown fixture for the sashim-i or futomaki-lover in you. Reserve if you expect a table in the Thu-Sun corridor, especially during the high season (i.e. summer/autumn). Expect more American traffic with recent declines in the Canadian dollar. Nice central location with good service. Enjoyed the susji/sashimi/maki "Boat Platter."

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Shogun
Brossard
Service
Nourriture
4.5

The entertaining teppanyaki chefs (mostly Chinese and Vietnamese) is awesome funny, and the quality of the food is bang on. The Shogun experience is one of the senses, no doubt, but the teppanyaki grills allow for a social experience that only enhances the whole. Prices are reasonable, e.g. $80-100 for a couple having sushi à la carte, a teppanyaki entrée and a scalding hot carafe of saké.

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Le Saloon Bistro Bar
Le Village/Centre Sud
Service
Nourriture
4.0

Excellent for brunch, and very reasonable prices. Oh and I had the best prepaeed bacon strips I have ever had. Seriously.

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Ma Poule Mouillée
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal
Service
Nourriture
4.5

Awesome chicken. Awesome poutine. Awesome prices. All prices inclyde tax, by the way. There's a bring-your-own-food bar across the street so you can phone your order ahead or have one of your buddies hop across the street to order and pick up food while you secure a table and a couple od pitchers.

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