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Food is AMAZING. Place is huge. So when crowded its can be noisy. But with the right amount of wine, sake or beer this place is a monthly visit for us.
Great Singapore cuisine. They also have a counter in the Atwater market during summer.
One of a few Malaysian/Singaporean food joints in the city. Satay Brothers used to be a market stall ran by two brothers and their mom and now it's become a popular fixture on Notre-Dame W.
“Not exactly a brewery. It's a pub. It's got a great collection of spirits, and they have the local beer Bierbrier. English and English-inspired food and a great atmosphere - basically I try not to go here very often because I never want it to become 'the corner bar' or too pedestrian, when it's really within 300 m of home. On football or other championship days, they'll open the screens for people to watch the games, but they decidedly are NOT a sports bar where the screens are tuned 24/7 to something that distracts you from your friends and the people around you.”
“Great restaurant and bar with live jazz on Wednesday evenings. Very friendly staff, nice cocktails. The terrasse is also quite nice in summer. It's linked to a wine bar, Magdalena, (which also makes great cocktails) ”
“A darling of the Montreal food scene for good reason. Pricey but worth it- reservations required very well in advance.”
“$$$ Kitchen: Wine Bar (seasonal kitchen) Most popular dish: The burger and the fish are musts. Price: $$$ Why you should go: It's a good place to go for dinner, especially on the summer terrace. The atmosphere is over 25-40 years old and the wine is flowing! If you have already eaten, you can go and have a drink in the evening, because it's more like a bar than a restaurant. * If your budget is very tight, I recommend the neighborhood bar Courcelle nearby. Always festive!”