Pay attention, MacBook-wielding students.
We spoke to Dylida Mao, the owner of Montreal’s only Cambodian restaurant, la Petite Mangue, about Cambodian cuisine, Southeast Asian food in Montreal and what it’s like to open a resto here.
It wasn’t like the Plateau and Mile End had a dearth of Portuguese chicken, but now there are three more options for it: Rôtisserie Mile End Churrascaria, Café Smile and Ma Poule Mouillée. In the name of journalism, we tried them all.
Tiki isn’t dead, a fact that our visit to the institution to the Jardin Tiki proved.
With summer coming to a close (sorry for the reminder), we thought it would be a good time to see if the tightly regulated street-food industry has suffered from all the restrictions imposed by the city.
To state the obvious: oysters At last, the thirsty citizens of Mile End have a British-style pub. One that may be the great white hope of that cursed space on St-Joseph and St-Laurent that can’t seem to host a successful restaurant. But if you’re expecting a Mile End version of Burgundy Lion, you’ll walk away […]
Nick Kroll on Degrassi, Kids in the Hall and why Canadiana is irresistible to comedians.
Soup dumplings come in many guises. They aren’t common in Montreal and it’s easy to bypass them in restaurants that do serve them. But, like porn, you’ll know them when you see them.
Filipino food has never gotten its due, but its time may be coming. We checked out a few restaurants to see what Montreal’s Philippine cuisine is all about.
People are going insane over the cronut. But can you taste the croissant-donut hybrid in Montreal?