Taverne F starts its summer menu of tapas plates, perfect for eating while in Place des Arts.
Whether you go veggie, seafood, meat, or pasta, this West Island restaurant has something for everyone.
Esther heads to this southern comfort joint for carbs and more carbs… with hot sauce and chicken and pork.
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]
Filling game and meat meal at Griffintown joint takes pub fare to a new level.
Le Grain de Sel serves top plates for $29 at MTL à Table. Is it any good?
An incredible dining experience, Restaurant O.Noir is all about appreciation and new experiences. A must try in Montreal.
Cute cats, from kittens to full grown, make the café experience a better one. Here’s a photo journal to see if curiosity killed the cat, or just got it some coffee.
Top Restaurants are ready to cook for another great week of amazing food at affordable prices as part of MTL à Table Restaurant Week.
After so much hype about drinking coffee with cats in a commercial establishment, we check out the recently opened cat café concept on Duluth.
Sushi restaurant off the end of the island has sushi boats with precious cargo.
On her fifth review, Esther heads to Cinko for not so small plates and a mac n’ cheese meets sausage combo.