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Top Montreal Ethnic Brunch 2014

Montreal is fortunate to have a great ethnic flavor with its various restaurants and we also have some places that have decided to take the next step and try out an ethnic brunch.

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Tripes and Caviar Verdun Brunch (CLOSED)

Araucaria – Mile end day long brunch

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So a little back story: a little over a year ago, I was in a bar in Tokyo having drinks and overheard someone talking with a distinct Quebec accent. It turns out that that accent belonged to a Montrealer doing a pilgrimage to various bars and restaurants in Japan. When we got to talking of favourite places and he mentioned how he knew the people over at Tripes and Caviar and they were doing some creative stuff there. So, although a year later, we decided to check it out.



Mother’s Day 2013

Mothers day Brunch is around the corner, and if you are reading this you are trying to figure out where to go. Mother’s day brunch is always tricky because you want the perfect spot and sometimes what you think is perfect may not be what your brother and sister may think is perfect. Do you look for a spot with a terrace? Do you do a brunch Buffet? Do you want a kid friendly spot? Or do you want somewhere fancy? The goal of his years Mother’s day review is to give you the tools to choose the perfect spot since we all want to make Mom happy.



Mother’s Day interview CJAD 800 Dinner Rush

For those who missed our appearance on CJAD 800’s Dinner Rush with Andrea Howick , here is a recording and recap of the interview.

We will be posting a full Mother’s day Brunch article soon, but for now here is some info and tips. As well as a little background on how we got started.

Some of the places we spoke of are listed with a link and address.

Vieux Port Steak House
(39 Rue Saint Paul Est, Montreal, QC H2Y 1G2 )
Sain Bol (5095 Rue Fabre, Montreal, QC H2R 2B1)
Les Accords (212 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal, QC H2Y 1T3)
Prohibition (5674 avenue de Monkland Montreal Qc, H4A 1E4)
Restaurant Su (5145 Wellington St, Verdun, QC H4G 1Y2)
Regine Cafe (1840 Rue Beaubien Est, Montreal, QC H2G 1L6)
Birks Cafe (1240 Square Phillips Montreal Qc, H3B 3H4)
Park (378 Avenue Victoria Westmount Qc,H2L-1E6)


Restaurant Su

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The 411 Ethnic brunch is often a concept rather difficult to pull off. Many have a choice to make: you can go the classic Montreal breakfast route, disregarding their ethnic tradition; you can try to go full ethnic and put something traditional on the table at the risk of it being closer to lunch than brunch; and sometimes, you strike a balance between the two. Su is a Turkish restaurant that I’ve been to for dinner before and quite enjoyed the meals there. I’ve always gone with at least one Turkish person so they help in navigating the menu and make those hard decisions as to what to order.



2009 Montreal Brunch Review

2009 A year in Brunch

Well, Ladies and Gents, it has been a busy and tasty year with many new places that have been reviewed. In fact, we almost did 50 reviews: some were great and some were awful (which I consider those to be my public service announcements/paying for transgressions in a past life). So, in keeping with last years “Best Of 2008” posting, I feel it is fair to see what 2009 brought us. I kept most of the same categories from last year but felt that adding some new ones would be interesting. As always, if you feel that I have missed a place that you really like feel free to contact me by clicking on the contact tab up top.



Crescendo – Waterfront fun in Verdun

The 411

crescendo-outside-smallI often get challenging requests to find particular brunch places with various menu items, budgets, times of day, all you can eat buffet, and geographic areas. Now, I must say that I’m pretty good with most of these and especially when it comes to various boroughs in Montreal EXCEPT for when it comes to Verdun. Verdun is like a black hole where maps are wrong, addresses are messed up and street signs are flat out missing. While visiting a friend in Verdun, I was able to show her a couple of brunch places and trust me, there weren’t many. I had recently came across this web site called shoestring Montreal that showcases inexpensive and tasty places to go to around Montreal (BTW – check it out). On that site we saw a posting for this place in Verdun that did brunch by the water. We were so curious and excited about this that we decided to check it out.


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