Category: Food

MTL à Table starts this Thursday

It’s 5 years running and has already become one of Montreal’s finest traditions. Montréal à Table, or restaurant week (more like 10 days actually) is back with a whopping 150 restaurants participating in offering a  select three course meal for $21,…

Système D Café and Bakery: A trip down memory lane

You know the type of story that starts with « the friend of an acquaintance of the brother-in-law»? Well, the cousin of my friend and her beau, Cynthia Deschenaux and Mathieu L’Écuyer, just opened a coffee shop in the heart of…

Agrikol’s paradise hideaway

Were it not for the classy neon pink sign in the window of this renovated house on an otherwise silent stretch of Amherst Street, you might not figure out that one of Montreal’s hottest and most unique bar experiences awaited…

Parfait!

Serais-je devenue une foodie ? Pas exactement! Bien qu’amoureuse des bonnes choses et belles choses comestibles, mon unique talent est de faire mieux avec moins, le plus simplement et ce, de la manière la plus savoureuse possible. Un autre aveu:…

How I got my cooking groove back

Nowadays, when it comes to me vs cooking, it can get ugly and messy very fast.  After years of failed attempts (and if I’m being honest, battling my ultra laziness every since work started taking over my life) I have…

What’s Up this weekend? (Feb 19-21)

Well guys, Montreal en Lumière festival is here (until March 5th), so it’s a show and expo galore but rather than listing everything amazing happening during the event (Emily & Ogden + Charlotte Cardin, Kurt Vile and The Violators, Elliot Maginot…

Brunch & Music – A Perfection Combo at Divan Orange

If you’re looking to kick off your weekend the right way, we suggest you hit up Indie Montreal‘s second edition of Yes, No, Toaster. A brunch concert series hosted at Montreal’s Divan Orange, will be heading a performance by the…

Chez Tousignant, a casse-croute made with care

For a Montrealer, casse-croutes are as essential to the spirit of the city’s food culture as bagels or smoked meat. Years ago, as a newcomer to the city, I was (and still am!) endlessly fascinated by these tiny restaurants serving…

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Schlouppe Bistrot Nakamichi is a bowl of perfection

It’s a great time to be a ramen lover in Montreal. For a long time, there was a serious lack of options. Thankfully, in the past year, there have been many openings around the city to satiate your noodle cravings….

The Best Of Gifts

It’s that time of the year again …  Christmas is about giving, and giving means shopping, and shopping means discoveries. Right ? Like, gifts you can give someone special or make to yourself later to yourself because you so deserve…