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Jan
18
2011
1

Galleria

Galleria – Laval’s answer to week long breakfast

The 411

I haven’t reviewed Laval in a while and for the most part, my reviews focus on the Island of Montreal; although, sometimes I like to stray to the north side and see what’s cooking. Galleria is a place I have passed by for years and every time I visit my friends in Laval I end up passing by it, always wondering what it would be like. Luckily for me, I have been here three times now and the past two occasions have been within the same month. As a result, I have been able to sample some of their brunch options.

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Dec
01
2010
0

Nuvu

Nüvü – Two umlauts in the same name, how awesome is that

The 411

The story behind this review is a little bit different from the others. This trip to Nüvü started with an email to another blogger which I follow: uneparisienneamontreal.com This is a cool French language blog that is part fashion, part brunch and is the creation of the very talented Laure. Basically, she is me but in French and with a focus on fashion as well. It’s cool how we tend to check out some of the same places and can be on the same page for good places and those places that disappoint as well. Long story short, we got to chatting and decided to do a meet up, and what better way to meet up than over brunch. We decided to try out Nüvü which is a pretty recent spot with an interesting menu and nice décor. How would the brunch go? Would Nuvu deliver? Who would show up late? All this and more in the paragraphs below.

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Nov
09
2010
3

Au P’tit Cochon De Sante

Au P’Tit Cochon Santé – Well worth the trip to the North end

The 411

As you know, distance is not an issue for us here at Montreal Breakfast Review. If there is even the slightest rumour of a place off the island that is serving up an exceptional brunch we will investigate. Normally, we tend to go west, sometimes up in Laval and even the south shore. This time we heard of something in Rosemère. Rosemère is the most Northern spot we have done yet, and we technically got lost there thanks to a certain online mapping instruction that shall remain nameless. Seriously??? 6 minutes from the exit? And there IS a difference between slight left and a normal left but no need to dwell on direction issues, we came here to eat..

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Nov
02
2010
1

Cafe Local

Café Local – Local secret no more

The 411

Tucked away on Saint Viateur street is Café Local. This is a nice little spot that offers a brunch menu to a street that does not have too many brunch options. With its nice large corner terrace, ample interior and narrow but plentiful windows, it makes for a nice place to escape in the summer and grab a bite and have a coffee.

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Oct
06
2010
2

Marche De La Villette

Marché De La Villette – Old world in the old Port

The 411

The Old Port has a bunch of nice spots for brunch; some are hotel brunches with buffets and full meals, others are really fancy and some are more laid back. Each has it’s own unique identity that makes the Old Port a fun and delicious area for brunch. Marche De La Villette makes itself unique by transporting you to France. This restaurant has that European butcher shop feel to it and pumps out some rather unique dishes.

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Sep
22
2010
7

Faberge

Fabergé – New kid on the block

The 411

Faberge is a recent arrival on the brunch scene in Montreal. Situated on Fairmount street, it adds a solid brunch option to that part of the city. The surrounding areas of Fairmount offer a few brunch spots but the coverage in the area is rather spotty. People have begun talking about Faberge; there’s online chatter as well as word of mouth which is starting to spread. Considering it opened this summer, it’s nice to see some good buzz right off the bat. I usually wait a couple of weeks once a new place opens just so they can get their footing right and make all their little mistakes early on before they get into their groove.

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Sep
08
2010
1

Boite Gourmande

Boite Gourmande – A kid friendly brunch spot

The 411

boite-gourmande-smallRight under the Bikram yoga studio on Laurier is this bustling little place called La Boite Gourmande. This place is similar to it’s hot yoga neighbour in that it’s always full of people, without the 45 degrees of heat. La Boite Gourmade has always perplexed me. I keep passing by it and always wanted to go and check it out. This day, it just happened as we ended up wanting do something on Laurier street and I figured I could finally check this little spot out.

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Aug
11
2010
3

Deli Joe

Deli Joe – Little Italy has a brunch spot

The 411

deli-joe-exterior-smallIn Little Italy, right nearby Jean Talon market is an area that lacks in brunch spots. There used to be one that I loved years ago but sadly it closed down. The area is so nice and in the summer it’s the perfect way to spend the afternoon; grabbing a bite then going in to peruse the goods of the Jean Talon market. To my knowledge there is only one spot that serves brunch in the area and that is Deli Joe with its breakfast/brunch service everyday from 6 am to 3pm. You can go there any time and fill your stomach for a day of adventure in the Jean Talon market.

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Jul
20
2010
3

l’assommoir

L’assommoir – A late night legend takes on brunch.

The 411

lassommoir-exterior-smallBernard street is like my first love when it comes to brunch; it’s where some of my earliest reviews come from and it’s a street that offers a high concentration of restaurants in only a couple blocks. Many of these restaurants have been doing brunch for years and as of recently other have begun to offer brunch menus to their offerings. L’assomoir has been putting out great and fun meals for years and they are one of my favourite dinner places on Bernard. When my friend decided to do his birthday brunch here, I was excited.

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May
11
2010
1

Breakfast Club & Moulerie

Breakfast Club & Moulerie – My first South Shore Adventure

The 411

breakfast-club-exterior-smallIn my quest to expand the areas I review I have spread out from the downtown core and plateau. I have gone out east, west, north, but I never ventured on the south shore. It’s not because its too far or that I am intimidated by the coupe Longueuil, but rather that it’s a black hole for brunch. I have not clue what is out there and researching places on the web does not give many valuable results. In the end, that means I need to drag myself to the shore and physically drive around to find a spot and to be frank, it’s just too big for me to do that. So, thankfully my friend told me about this place on the south shore that was described as one of the best in the south shore. In an effort to expand my area of places reviewed and find a decent non-chain breakfast place on the south shore off we went exploring to the land of mullets and camaros.

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