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If, sitting in Montreal, you fancy a super fast stop to Asia & back, Vua Sandwichs is the place for you. Within a span of half an hour you will get a feel of traditional Asian cuisine, ranging from sushi to banh mi. This joint is an attempt to replace typical American fast food with something more wholesome, in the form classic Pan-Asian fare. This restaurant is much favored by students, who can grab a quick bite to eat by themselves or with friends. There are also some great drinks like smoothies & bubble tea to be had at this very affordable restaurant.
La Chilenita is totally unpretentious: a cozy haven for those who are mad for empanadas, Chile's national snack. Here you get 13 varieties, including one with seafood; Chilean sandwiches include the Barros Luco featuring grilled steak and cheese. If you're in a hurry, there's take-out as well.
Café Castel is placed on the ground floor, road-facing side of Hotel Ville Marie and is very near to McGill University. Thus, you will always see groups of youngsters hanging around and gossiping in this small and cozy coffee shop. The cafe is famous for its coffee art. They decorate the coffee surface with beautiful designs using fresh cream and milk. The cafe also has some light snack-options, so do not expect heavy, filling food items on the menu.
St-Viateur Bagel delights all its guests with the freshly baked delicacies it serves. Established in 1957 this bakery is in the neighborhood dotted with several other bakeries and has managed to gain loyal customers through its decadent menu. The traditional sesame-seed variety is now supplemented by poppy seed, whole wheat and many other flavors. Don't forget to carry cash as the bakery doesn't accept cards. Its delicious menu complemented by prompt service and warm hospitality will make you come back for more. Open for 24 hours, this is a great spot to swing by for early morning cravings or late night hunger pangs.