Dakao

What I ate: Pho with raw beef (but the broth cooks the meat) and a tea (cost $8.25)

Price: $

Service: ★★★

Food: ★★★★

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Trip de Bouffe

Trip de Bouffe has occupied Blvd. Mont Royal for a little under a year now. This modern Boulangerie serves a wide variety of authentic, “prêt-à-manger” Lebanese goodies.
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Pho Bac 97

Located about 10 meters from the main strip leading through China Town one can find Pho Bak 97. Not sure what the 97 means but I’m going to go with it means 97 out of 100 because this place is phoking delicious! They serve delicious Vietnamese food, have friendly staff and a clean bathroom. The three things, I personally find most important when I eat at a restaurant.
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Sushi 999

I haven’t really had any bad all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant experiences. The service is always fast, the food copious and the stomachs full. Sushi 999 was no exception. This place caught our attention from an instagram picture that showed off the extravagant sushi rolls that the chefs put together.  Continue reading

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El Rey Del Taco

So I’ve been working around the corner from Jean Talon market for the past few weeks. Lucky me: having such a selection of grocery stores, restaurants, and shops right under my nose. Not so lucky me: I am surrounded by so many of deliciously tempting restaurants that I could eat at a different place every day, for the whole summer. Continue reading

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Cacao 70

Obviously by the name you already know what this restaurant is all about: chocolate, chocolate, chocolate. But don’t let yourself dream of the generic chocolate-inspired dishes that you might find at the “oh so touristy” Juliette et Chocolate. Cacao 70 has some items on their menu that you’ve probably never tried before like chocolate beer and sweet pizzas.

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Sabor Latino

Sabor Latino was suggested to me a couple of months back by a someone I met in Montreal who is originally from Mexico. They explained to me that “If I wanted to taste traditional Latin food than I should go to Sabor Latino.” Continue reading

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Restaurant L’Évidence

Located amidst the array of restaurants populating the sidewalks of Rue Saint-Denis one can find Restaurant L’Évidence. In the morning, with its sunshine filled patio and its delectable looking dishes, it doesn’t take much to convince those passing by to take a seat. Continue reading

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