street food

You know what the best part about food it? Sure, it’s tasty, it’s a basic necessity for living and existing, but it’s so much more powerful than that. Eat something bad and it can fuck up your day (in more ways than one), eat something delicious and you’re thinking about it for weeks, or in […]

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What do you consider “street food”? Dirty water street meat from New York? Our version of food trucks that situate themselves in random spots around the city? Or street hawker stalls usually operated by an auntie who’s last fuck she gave was in the late 80s, manipulating a fiery wok and bubbling cauldron wearing flip-flops? […]

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It’s that time of year again, where I look back at some of the most memorable dishes I’ve had in 2015. It’s also that time of year when I look forward to all the “New year, new me” declarations on Facebook and Twitter and the avalanche of tacky, cliché motivational quotes on Instagram. I’m so […]

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I haven’t had a meal like this in a while, probably one of the best in a very long time. I don’t say that lightly. I wholeheartedly mean it. “Enchanted”, “in love”, “food boner”… there aren’t enough adjectives or ways to describe my experience at Le Red Tiger. I’m talking in every sense of the […]

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The Montreal food truck scene started off as a modest pilot project a few years ago with a handful of trucks in less than a handful of locations in the Ville Marie borough. This year, The Cuisine de Rue will again expand their food truck presence by adding even more locations, introducing the mobile yum […]

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Is it just me, or do you become a belligerent five year old when you’re hungry too? When failed attempts of being comforted by others often leave them with scratch marks and an earful of the mean things that people think but don’t actually say? Ok, maybe that’s just me. I’m glad that the restaurants […]

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Last year’s Food truck “festival” returns! What started out as the first official “food truck festival” last year piggy-backed on the Just for Laughs Fest, returns this year under the name “Bouffons Montreal”. Organizers unfortunately did away with the “souk” image; although a rousing success, the romantic illustrated street plans of a curtained and covered […]

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