ok aromes, be ready: we are a bunch of buddies who will come here and drop our vote for your to review cuisine & dependances here on your web blog. so you said you need at least 13 votes for you to review a restaurant upon demand here on your blog. so this is vote #1 for cuisine and dependances
@LIOnnelSAGUY - @Lionnelisaguy: Hi there Lio! Indeed, that portuguese spot on Saint Laurent that is not far from Avenue des Pins is awesome. Most portuguese grills are actually really good: Braseiro, Kiri-Piri, Romados and so on. But as good as they stand, there is one spot that does the roasted chicken to end all roasted chicken and it is Peruvian: Pizzelli Coq! Their web site: http://www.pizzelli.ca. Their roasted chicken is simply miles ahead of the rest in terms of savourish-ness! IMHO, the best roasted chicken atthis very moment in Mtl!
PS: hey aromes, i know this is off topic, but do u know of any great place that does awesome roasted chicken apart the large;y praised portuguese grills like the one on saint laurent close to avenuuue des pins?
@HOTBABES23 - Amanda, it's like with food. It all comes down to each person's palate. What could turn as the worst wine pairing for one, is less evident for another. With that said, exactly with what my post about the ideal "wine pairings" intend to, it always useful to get inputs of wine pairing testings. It helps others, mainly those who are starting at this, getting a startup reference to work from.
@BrUcE2700UNIV - Bruce, go with the ribeye. Also knowned as Delmonico meat cut.It's steak with a good balance of fat and meat (hence, providing full flavour and juiciness). Take it medium-rare (medium saignant for our francophone friends)! Good steak house places in Mtl: Moishes, Keg, Gibby's.