Le chemin le plus court vers son estomac passe par le métro... | The shortest path to one's stomach passes by the metro...
|Restaurant Les Nouilles (BBQ Coréen)||5248, chemin Queen Mary||Owned by Chinese, this Korean barbecue is in fact a buffet (like anything Asian owned by Chinese, like Kanda/Odaki). You can eat and drink all that you can. Included in the deal, Korean side dishes (kimchi, beans, potatoes, etc), meats. The meat sometimes tastes funny, and I'm not sure if it's the marinade or the fridge. The chrysanthemum drink is really super (sweet), especially after all that meat scorching through your throat. (CS)
Ditto. $15. (JW)
|Rockaberry (Queen-Mary)||5390, chemin Queen-Mary||For an instant diabetes, go to Rockaberry. Well-known for its pies, the apple crumb is my personal favourite. (CS)|
|java u||5120 chemin Queen-Mary||ok, ok, I normally try to stay away from chains, but I do like their 'septième ciel' cake. (JW)|
|café exception||5039 Queen-Mary||Trendy pâtisserie/bistro with a predominantly jewish clientele (it seems). nice looking pastries and great lighting for reading. open until 11--except when closed for shabbat. (JW)|
|Hyang Jin||5332, chemin Queen-Mary||Hyang Jin advertises as a Japanese restaurant, but it does hide an excellent Korean menu, which we drew from. I had a honest bibim bap (I've been craving for one for the past week), while my friend had a fish/cabbage/tofu soup. It ended up 17$ each, all included. (CS)|