KazaMaza was the first Middle-eastern restaurant that I visited 4 years ago.
Tag: Ethnic Food
La Habanera allowed me to have a taste of Cuban food. Locating right in the downtown of Montreal, it has soon become a hit spot. The restaurant offers Hawaiian-inspired shareable plates, as well as an extensive cocktail menu.
Agrikol was I loved it! Agrikol is a fairly new restaurant and bar locating in the Gay Village area, which serves some Haitian food with interesting cocktails. It's also one of the few restaurants in Montreal that people start to line up outside before its opening time. If you've never had Haitian cuisine, I suggest that you do!
Byblos Le Petit Café, situated a bit east of Station Laurier, is a cozy, neighborhood cafe that is known for the Persian breakfast/brunch. I had such a carb-loaded, and soothing morning there with a friend on a Saturday morning.
Parada 22 is a gem in the Haight Ashbury neighborhood, not far from the Golden Gate Park. It serves home-style Puerto Rican cuisine, which I have never thought about such type of cuisine before. Even though the neighborhood is a bit sketchy, and I definitely recommend to go with a friend, nonetheless, the food was hearty, and nice vibe.
Milos, located in the heart of mile end (in between Ave. St-Viateur and Ave. Fairmount W. on Ave. du Parc), and it has been in Montreal's culinary scene for more than 30 years. Moreover, it is the one and only restaurant that my mom asks to visit over and over again when she's in Montreal. Don't get scared by the $$$$ when you see it on restaurant review websites, because their lunch deal is definitely a steal!
In recent years, as the plateau mont-royal seems like to get saturated with various restaurants, there is an increasing number of eateries open for business in this area. Sumac is a type of Middle Eastern spice, hence that's what Restaurant Sumac serves. Restaurant Sumac was listed as one of the most anticipated restaurants by Eater Montreal.