Montreal is not well-known for seafood by geographical reasons, but we had a great raw seafood experience at Garde Manger. Le Bremner, a.k.a. a sister of Garde Manger, maintained a good reputation for a while, my boyfriend made even a song … Continue reading
Apple pie with foie gras: a generous slice of apple pie topped with apple marinated cheddar and seared foie gras. Vegetable soup with chicken, pork, duck and sturgeon. Time to get interactive with your salad! A mesclun salad was presented … Continue reading
Had exquisite brunch in the terrace at Maison Boulud
German Chocolate Jimbo Truffle: Dark chocolate truffle cake covered in toasted almonds and coconut! Crack Pie: It’s called CRACK pie for reason, it’s addictive! Corn cookie: Sweet and savory corn cookie, what a surprise! Toast & Jam Soft Serve Ice Cream: Take a piece … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Here’s what we enjoyed at Pastaga of Chef Martin Juneau, a winner of the Gold Medal Plates 2010! The menu included 10 small dishes ranging from $14.5 to $18, all the dishes we tried had distinctive flavours from … Continue reading
Just had cronetto #cronut at la cornetteria on St. Laurent! First thing we did this Sunday morning It tastes nothing like a donut or croissant, in fact: a real tasty hybrid! Go get some cronetto! It’ll be an ultimate crowd pleaser. Guaranteed.
Found out last night that they overcharged $1 for each dish, $3 for a small Indian dessert that we didn’t order! The guy who seemed like an owner said “I made this for you” with nice smile, so thought it … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Here’s what we had on a weekend night at Maison Boulud. Really, service was impeccable, everything was phenomenal (all about little details Had such a great time in a long time dining at a resto Thanks to our … Continue reading
We stopped by on a nice Saturday evening (before going to some gathering) to grab a quick bite because we just couldn’t stop thinking about their mezzes! Cold mezze trio was ordered as usual, and fresh hot delish kebbeh.