Open since January, this burrito joint is fork after fork of carefully cooked meat and beans with fresh toppings.
With my favourite eatery on a two month hiatus, a ramen fan can check out these options (plus two to avoid).
Try food cooked by your neighbours.
Want to know which poutines are worth the wait (weight?). Here are some of the standout recommendations of the week.
If nothing else, elementary school has taught me that the key to success is a big, healthy breakfast in the morning. Orange juice, cereal, milk, eggs, toast, fruit, the [read on]
“When I say Sake, you say Bomb! Sake!” “Bomb!” “Sake! “Bomb!” Imadake. Photo Michael Bakouch. Crash. The shooter of Sake, precariously perched on top of two [read on]
If you read the title for this review and swiftly pursued the link, it’s probably because you have had the propitious occasion to have dined at Villa Wellington and know [read on]
This Mile End Food Tour is a delightfully delicious way to discover what this northern Montreal neighbourhood has to offer.
Premiere Moisson’s holiday offerings include things both savory and sweet for those who are naughty, nice, and a little bit of both.
Pop Up restaurants for a single day all over Montreal (OK, mostly the Plateau but other places too). Check them out and see what amazing chefs we hide in our neighborhoods.
Newly opened candy shop Candylabs makes the cutest hard candies you’ll ever pop in your mouth.
Get your teeth into the perfect dill pickle, made right here in Montreal. Interview with David Courteau about his company.