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Old 07-19-2010, 09:25 AM
 
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We're adventuresome and open-minded eaters with a love for good food! Would love to have a few suggestions (in addition to the obvious ones in our Guide-book) for a "wow' lunch and dinner for a few nights. Is Schwartz' pastrami sandwich really THAT good? What restaurant to you love (any price range), and would love to go back to? What do you get a craving for? Nothing is worse than being somewhere wonderful and eating bad food because we didn't know where to go. Thanks in advance!
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:38 AM
 
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If you ask for a Schwartz Pastrami sandwich they will probably not know what you are talking about as its called a smoked meat sandwich in Montreal, Theres just too many good restaurants in Montreal to list i'd suggest doing a Google search on Montreals best restaurants and take your pick.
Try chef Martin Picard's "la pied au cochon"
La Bifteque
Magnans Tavern
Dunns
BB Barn
are a few i like.
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Old 08-15-2010, 09:31 PM
 
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Montreal has lots of fine food places as there are also many overrated ones. As for Schwartz: There is another small restaurant at the opposite side of Schwartz on St Laurent. I can't remember the name now. I liked that place better than Schwartz. I also was once at 3 Amigos on St Catherine St. and very satisfied.

At the corner of Maisonneuve & Guy, there are two restaurants you can try. One is called Arouch: they make Armenian pizza (or you call it Turkish or Lebanese pizza) at a very reasonable price. Last time, it was 6 pizzas for $6.50 (you can check their website). Next to Arouch, there is Antep Kabab (Turkish food). Don't miss the cheap and delicious sandwiches there. Awesome bread, juicy meat. It was my favorite place to eat mean in Montreal. I had to screw my diet because of this place.
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