February 2014 - MONTREAL Brunch and Breakfast
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Feb
27
2014
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cabane a sucre pied de cochon maple 2014 menu

Ok hungry people before we post our review of the Pied de Cochon cabane a sucre for 2014. Here is the menu or as close to the menu as we could get. This list has been comprised with our notes and 5 other people who were there,so we may be off on some ingredients but we tried to keep it as detailed as possible. We also included some pics of these great dishes. As some of you may know the Pied de Cochon Cabane is up in St-Benoît de Mirabel, at 11382 Rang de la Fresnière. You need reservations to go here and the booking window closed last December. Price is $62 for the meal itself, it does not include tax, tip, drinks or extra. They accept, cash, credit and debit. So here is a breakdown to satisfy your curiosity. (more…)

Feb
13
2014
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Lili Co

lili co montreal exteriorBack in October a new spot sprung up on Mentana. This small 26 seater has slowly been making a name for itself and gaining fans by offering some interesting dishes in a lovely environment. Now you may ask who is Lili? Well, we did and it turns out it’s the name of the little girl of the owner born at around the same time that they opened, and although I personally have no children (that I know of) I do tip my hat to anyone who opens a restaurant and has a kid at the same time. Because, each on their own is an incredible amount of work. (more…)

Feb
07
2014
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Micro Resto La Famille

la famile micro resto exteriorThe 411 One morning we decided to try out Micro Resto La Famille. What is a micro resto you may ask? Well, walk in and you will see it’s an incredibly tiny restaurant with space for 10 people maximum (and that’s being creative). Now, at Montreal Breakfast Review, we have a policy that no matter how large or small or far, we will eat there. (more…)

Feb
03
2014
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Miriam

miriam brooklyn exterior

The 411 New York the land of Brunch! Every time we come here the is a brunch discovery awaiting us. This city that never sleeps, that is always moving seems to make the time for a weekend brunch with truly unique dishes and some liquid nutrition. This trip was no different. Last time we spent most of our days in Brooklyn but this time we did an even split between Manhattan and Brooklyn. However, the brunch was all in Brooklyn which has never let me down in terms of food options.

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