Cantonese breakfast demystified: the teas and the dishes that are sure to please, dumpling- and rib-eating etiquette and more.
We checked out this Japanese bar’s sake, shōchū, signature cocktails and food, too. Report and photos inside.
It seems that everyone in Montreal has something to say about dumplings, though most of the time it’s a lament that, when it comes to this staple of Chinese cuisine, we’re no New York City. Despite our comparative rookie status here, there are a couple places people swear by for the best warm, pillowy meat- and veggie-filled bites of goodness. One of those places is Chinoiseries & Dumplings, a recently opened dumpling joint/dépanneur in the Plateau on Chabot St., just above Mont-Royal.