Le chemin le plus court vers son estomac passe par le métro... | The shortest path to one's stomach passes by the metro...
|Jean-Talon||Los Planes||531, Rue Bélanger E.||Go for their pupusas.(CS)|
|Guy-Concordia||Qing Hua Yuan 青花苑||1240, Rue Saint-Marc||Small Chinese hole in the wall. Incredible variety of handwrapped dumplings. Beef noodles (also handmade) are the must-have. They are Lanzhou-style lamian noodles in a slightly spicy soup sprinkled with chopped coriander, served with slices of beef. Was a little too salty however.(CS)|
|Guy-Concordia||Le Paris||1812, Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest||A somewhat more traditional type of French restaurant, that doesn't necessarily cost you an arm and a leg. "Hearty" describes its dishes pretty well. The mashed potatoes are exquisitely buttery. Pear in "red wine" for dessert. (CS) (photo)
The table-d'hôte was nothing special. (JW)
|Snowdon||Hyang Jin||5332, chemin Queen-Mary||Hyang Jin advertises as a Japanese restaurant, but it does hide an excellent Korean menu, which we drew from. I had a honest bibim bap (I've been craving for one for the past week), while my friend had a fish/cabbage/tofu soup. It ended up 17$ each, all included. (CS)|
|Acadie||Rotisserie Panama||789 rue Jean-Talon Ouest||Greek restaurant in Parc-Ex. Large large portions! (CS)|