Reviews written by Dac Chartrand
Registered on Jan 13 04
This is the Slashdot / Something Awful of veganism.
Every mid nineties vegan punk all the way to Hamilton knew this score. Classic chinese vegan food. Big portions. Good times.
This place is no longer a "in good faith" vegetarian option. There are options on the menu, but the management and clientele have changed over the years. There's nothing special for vegetarians here any more so than any other restaurant on Jean-Talon. Sorry.
There's also a express buffet adjacent to the restaurant called Chuch, run by the same owners. The food here is amazing. The portions are a little smaller than i prefer, but the quality and ambience make up for it.
This restaurant used to be about the vegan brunch. Sadly, brunch disappeared several months ago and this place is no longer really a vegetarian option.
I had a Vietnamese sub. A Vietnamese sub, for those who don't know, is basically a very large sandwich using a French baguette. My sandwich had combo of mock duck and mock BBQ chicken. Cost me $4.50. It was very good.
Best vegetarian samosas in town. Best price, too.
More of a take-out place than sit down place.
Inca burger was delicious, portions are big, good value.
Accidentally stumbled upon this place while walking home from Old Montreal. Not officially open until December 25th, my girlfriend and I were nonetheless invited to come eat with the other groups who were celebrating the opening of the restaurant. All I can say is that I've been waiting for a place like this for 8 years, classic Taiwanese vegetarian with a touch of artisan and class.
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