5021 des Sources
Bus: STM 68, 205, 208, 209, 213, 407, 468
Visit: June 22, 2014
In this day and age, to compete with the countless restaurant concepts, you have to do things that will stand out. When you’re thinking about the ‘All You Can Eat’ world, there is a lot of competition and there, you still have to stand out. Under the category of Brazilian Churrasco, Le Milsa provides you with as much meat as you can eat.
2936 Chemin D’Oka
Saint Marthe Sur Le Lac, Québec
Bus: CITL 93
Visit: May 20, 2014
Over the course of the last five years, I had the chance to visit many local restaurants and even some outside the borders of this province. During that time, I’ve been limited by the island of Montréal, the city of Laval, and the agglomeration of Longueuil. Being confined by the 3 zones of public transit, going out further has been tougher. Well, on a nice day in the month of May, I found myself in a strange city, at a place called Limani.
Bus: STM 14, 27, 30, 46, 47, 51, 427
Visit: December 12, 2013
2013 has been such a great year when it comes to trying new places and seeking out the types of food that I haven’t tried before. But, there is one type of cuisine that I keep coming back to. Greek food has always been one of my favorites and I take any opportunity to try that. This time around, I found myself at Ouzeri.
Bus: STM 15, 24, 57, 66, 165, 166, 427, 435
Visit: November 28, 2013
Imagine a concept where you’d go into a business and cook the food for yourself. Well, there’s a type of Asian cuisine that’s popular for that reason and that’s Korean BBQ. In Montréal, there are more and more of these types of places popping up. One of those places is Seoul Chako.
Bus: STM 124, 161
Visit: November 13, 2013
In the burger world, 2013 will be known as a year where a few crazes took us out of the box. There were places that featured a cronut burger and some that featured other types of interesting ideas. One of those interesting ideas was the ramen burger. In New York City, a Japanese chef innovated that concept and soon thereafter, the idea spread to other places around the world. In Montréal, you can find the ramen burger at Tkrestobar.
Bus: STM 17, 64, 70, 72, 117, 121, 128, 170, 171, 174, 177, 196, 213, 215, 216, 225, 470, 475, STL 144, 151, 902
Visit: October 11, 2013
Over the last four years, there are two things that have become a large part of my daily life, Ville Saint-Laurent and Greek food. They are two things that I didn’t seek out, but they entered my life and became important parts of it. When you combine both of them, you get a visit to Elounda.
Metro: Peel, Guy-Concordia
Bus: STM 15, 24, 57, 66, 107, 165, 166, 427, 435
Visit: July 28, 2013
Crescent has a double reputation in the city of Montreal. For tourists, it is the place to come to be seen. For the rest of us, it is the place to avoid when you’re looking for something decent to eat. So, that begs the question, is there anything worth visiting on the street? Well, the only way to find out is to check all those places out. One of the staples of Crescent is Dundee’s.
9190 Leduc (Suite 210)
Bus: RTL 14, 35, 39, 135
Visit: August 4, 2013
Quartier Dix30 has become the cornerstone of the city of Brossard. In that area of town, you can find nearly anything and everything. That is more than true when it comes to the world of eating. As of three months ago, you couldn’t quite find any quality Greek food. That has now changed since there is a place that is known as Skara.
1001 Jean-Talon O.
Bus: STM 16, 80, 92, 179, 435
Visit: March 27, 2013
One of the types of cuisine that I got to try thanks to this blog was Indian. Last year, I got to try my very first Indian restaurant in the month of March. Just about a year later, it was time to expand that repertoire with a second place. When you ask around about the top places to try for Indian, there is always that one name that comes up a lot, Bombay Mahal.
Bus: STM 19, 54, 121, 179
Visit: March 1, 2013
After 4 years and 99 Annex posts, we’ve finally reached the 100th post in that series. One of the most frequented types of cuisine for the Annex is that of Greek. For this occasion, the place that was put to the test was Nostos. I might have thought of something a little more special for the 100th post, but Greek cuisine has played a large part of the Annex and I was more than happy to set foot in Nostos.
701 Cote de la Place D’Armes
Metro: Place d’Armes
Bus: STM 14, 55, 129, 715
Visit: February 1, 2013
With the sixth edition of Happening Gourmand now a thing of the past, it’s time to take a look at the fourth and final place on my itinerary for this year. Located right next to the Palais des Congres, Suite 701 has the distinction of being the place I was looking the most forward to. As I think of my other 3 restaurant visits during the event, I could only wonder if Suite 701 would live up.
3171 St-Jacques O.
Bus: STM 36, 71, 78, 108, 191, 211, 405, 411, 425, 485, 491, 496, 747
Visit: December 4, 2012
In keeping with a decision I made last year, I decided to expand beyond the traditional beef burgers in the hope the make sure that even more burgers can be tried. The next step in that process takes us to the realm of chicken burgers, one that isn’t so easy to find. Once that research has been completed, the literal search brought me to a place that’s been right under my nose for the last few years, Rosty Poulet.
72A De La Gauchetiere O.
Metro: Place d’Armes
Bus: STM 55, 80, 129, 150, 410, 427, 430, 435, 747
Visit: October 26, 2012
A lot of people would agree, Montreal is one of the place’s with the greatest wealth of Chinese restaurants in North America. However, one of the other things that we would also agree with is the fact that despite an abundance of those places, there aren’t very many that truly satisfy their customers. It’s no wonder that when a new place opens up in the midst of Chinatown, it gets the attention of many. Today’s place in question is Ethan, right in the middle of the pedestrian walkway known as De La Gauchetiere.
75 Avenue Des Pins
Bus: STM 29, 55, 144
Visit: October 25, 2012
Pine Avenue is one of those streets on the island of Montreal that isn’t that long, but still lives long in the hearts of the citizens of this island. The street is home to many hospitals, school, and iconic businesses. One of those businesses is a pizza place affectionately known as Mamma’s.
Bus: STM 14, 15, 24, 30, 125, 150, 410, 427, 430, 715, 747
Visit: October 14, 2012
Over the last few weeks, the hot topic of conversation over the realm of social media has been about BBQ. While I’m no real expert on the subject, I always keep my eyes and ears open about where I could find worthy BBQ to try. Now, I didn’t go to the place where everyone is talking about, but I did find a place that had some of its own buzz over the last few months on its own. For the last 6 months, Diablos BBQ has been taking on its fair share on St-Denis, a great street for food.