Le chemin le plus court vers son estomac passe par le métro... | The shortest path to one's stomach passes by the metro...



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Pho Lien 5703, avenue Côte-des-Neiges The phở served there is one of the most well-presented in the city. Rare beef, sliced extremely thin, and placed directly over the noodles at the interface between the soup and ambient air makes the beef slices cook on the side and raw in the center - until you mix the whole thing up, that is. The rice cakes w/ eggs is a house specialty you can't find elsewhere. (CS)
most popular place on the block. my mom likes their phở. closed tuesdays. (JW)
Restaurant Jolee 5495A Victoria, Snowdon south indian & sri lankan food. be prepared to be the only ones sitting down, but with a constant stream of people ordering take out. oh, and also a constant stream of bollywood videos on the two tvs. love the kotu roti (and when they say spicy, they don't mean white-person spicy). (JW)
Pearl of Manila 5839, Boulevard Decarie Good place to sample a little bit of everything of filipino Cuisine. On weekdays it's a take-out counter, on weekends it's a buffet for only 8$ (taxes incluses). (AY)

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