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Taverne F starts its summer menu of tapas plates, perfect for eating while in Place des Arts.
Using coconut cream and agave, Kingsley desserts proves that you can make ice cream that tastes great without the dairy.
Review of the Poulet Salsa Verde at Queen B Bol Burrito Food Truck.
A pastry shop that is easy to fall in love with.
Great coffee place serves all the usual things and a few Australian favorites: flat whites and jazzles with crips
Montreal food trucks : Where they are, what they serve, how to find them. Part I in a series.
Meat and vegetarian Indian restaurant near Concordia is both tasty and cheap.
Whether you go veggie, seafood, meat, or pasta, this West Island restaurant has something for everyone.
Don’t miss this new patisserie in Montreal.
Esther heads to this southern comfort joint for carbs and more carbs… with hot sauce and chicken and pork.
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).
Ignore the clichés, this suburban ethnic restaurant is still worth your dime and time
Mexico comes to Montreal with this authentic Yucatan restaurant.
Try food cooked by your neighbours.
La Poutine Week organized the event Cognitive Cooking in collaboration with IBM on Thursday February 5th. People were invited to try poutines for free at l’Auberge [read on]
Esther reviews the 2015 Slow Montreal wine tasting event at Marché Bonsecours.
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]