Sushi Omakase at Park Restaurant

Yes, that is some amazing looking sushi. And guess what? This was in Montreal. Yeah, Asian food here has stepped up it’s game, especially with sushi. I’d like to introduce you to Park Restaurant, an establishment based in Westmount. It’s menu is a mix of Japanese and Korean dishes.  We happened to head here for their sushi. Overlooking the fact that it was lunch, we went with the sushi omakase, a six course meal for $70CAD a person. We were in for a feast of some freshest fish in Montreal….


Au Pied de Cochon

There are restaurants out there that you have to go to when you visit a city. Here in Montreal, that place is Au Pied de Cochon which translates to “the foot of the pig.” And yes, that is a signature dish on the menu. You can read about that later. For me, this place is all about their hearty dishes and of course, their foie gras. It’s hard to believe the food is in within the French family, Québécois French to be exact. The flavors are heavy and very rich. Well,…


Le Quartier Général

One of the things I look forward in Montreal is all the French food. Or should I say, the Québécois flare it has. Although I can’t quite put my finger on what makes it Québécois, I can tell it’s both different and good. Damn good. This was my experience at Le Quartier Général, a restaurant in the Plateau. Nestled in a French neighborhood, this quaint but hard-to-get-reservations establishment puts together some fantastic dishes. The restaurant has three service windows, 5pm, 7pm, and 9pm. We were only able to get the 9pm seating which was…

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