I get asked for restaurant recommendations all the time. The requests stretch from suggestions of places that accommodate large groups in the Old Port, who has the best Korean fried chicken, where can you find weekday brunch all the way to who has the best gluten free authentic Shanghai dumplings between Saint-Sauveur and Mont Tremblant. […]

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Cote des Neiges is one of, (if not the most) culturally diverse neighbourhoods in the entire city that it probably unlocks some sort of achievement in the Quebec proposed Charter of Values. Having grown up in the area, I can attest to the fact that this neighbourhood is diverse, colourful and is exactly what makes […]


Writing a food blog is sometimes good, and then sometimes it can be as awesome as tagging your buddy in the nuts with a Kinder Egg from accross the room. I get to taste some of Montreal’s most interesting dishes, in the most peculiar of places and explore neighbourhoods I would not normally get to […]


Days are getting shorter, weather is getting colder, and what says yule tide cheer better than garland and holly?… NOODLE SOUP. That’s right my friends, hot steamy bowls of noodle soup that will warm your hearts, fill your stomachs, and stank up your clothes for the rest of the day. Straying form the conventional “Pho” […]


Labour day… what does it really mean? People have the day off, procrastinate on the chores they’ve been putting off for the “next long weekend” since Canada day and reschedule for Thanksgiving, catch up on sleep and if you happen to live in Canada, you spell it with a “U”. It always signified the start […]


What says “Montreal” is the abundance of ethnic dining choices available around town. You’re able to bike to any borough from St. Laurent to Anjou, and find some sort of ethnic eatery representative of that neighborhood. Cote-des-Neiges I feel is the epicenter of ethnic dining. From Italian, Lebanese and even home of only two and […]