10 Restaurants Totally Worth Travelling Outside Of Montreal For
Not all the best places to eat at are downtown Montreal.
3669 Boulevard Saint-Jean, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9G 1X2
Who knew the West could provide Southern Soul? If you’re in the mood for some good ol’ fashion Louisiane Creole grub this place is definitely worth checking out. They even serve you an amuse-bouche of fried jambalaya balls. They’ve got some true grit or at least real grits with shrimp.
114 avenue Laurier Ouest, Montreal, Qc, · H2T 2N7 email@example.com 514-227-8712
Peach and goat cheese salad
Bistro Nolah Montreal Canada
sells 600 chickens a day
The name Romados is an anagram of the last names of founding partners, who started the business together in 1994 along with the help of their families. The original concept was to build a family run business that would make and sell traditional Portuguese food specialties in house. At first the bakery was the main focus of the original business, with large ovens, bread and pastry making equipment imported from Portugal filling almost every available square foot of the restaurant on Rue Rachel.
Within a few years it was determined that Fernando Machado would become the sole proprietor and as a result the business quickly took off becoming a phenomenon in the Plateau district and the Island of Montreal. As the restaurant grew Fernando added rotisserie chicken to the menu to complement the selection of house made Portuguese specialties and baked goods.