Sud-Ouest

The first review of the year is going to be different and will set the tone of the blog for the new year. With the growing number of restaurants in Montreal, there are bound to be the odd few who will not meet expectations, who will disappoint, drop the ball, be below par, and all […]

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There are certain areas in Montreal where restaurants are abundant, then there are neighbourhoods that are virtual wastelands for decent food (I’m looking at you West island.) One of the more popular areas in the city is Griffintown and as the people are moving in and the gentrification tightens it grasp, restaurants are are one […]

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Montreal has always been an eater’s city; a destination for people who like to eat. Montreal boasts the largest number of restaurants per capita in all of North America. It goes without saying that when you’re in the mood for something in particular, not only will your options be readily available, but most often than […]

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I was invited a while back to check out this spot in St. Heri called Sushi Taxi. I was kind of excited – there’s this little known region in Japan called “yellow-caburu” renown for their delicate take on sushi and nigiri that has yet to make a mark on the world’s stage and I was […]

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Montreal is YOUR city and it’s time that you explore it, so let Google and Shut Up and Eat help! Shut Up and Eat has partnered with Google to help guide you to the cool, hidden, unique, and most importantly, DELICIOUS things in the world around you!

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In the winter of 2002 I was invited by a friend to dine at one of Montreal’s finest Japanese restaurants at that time, Soto, in Old Montreal. My friend said that her mom’s good friend (who was a famous chef from Japan) was invited to host a private dinner and that he was the featured […]

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Have you ever have a time when your body literally craves and NEEDS barbecue? Hi, me, everyday. You can imagine my excitement when I first found out about this new spot in the sud-ouest that was serving bbq. There’s just something about smokey meat that’s been sauced in sweet and tangy mix of pan drippings, […]

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