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Ming Tao Xuan is a tea cafe which serves a huge variety of teas prepared in typical Chinese style. It has some vegetarian appetizers as well. Entire room is decorated with Chinese artworks and paintings. You can find beautiful Chinese and Japanese articles like tea cups, spoons, containers, etc. They also have beautiful jewellery made from local stones and beads. You can also check and order these items from their website. They deliver to almost all the parts of the world.
Suite 701 presents a swanky restaurant-bar located in the heart of Old Montreal, attracting crowds mainly in their 20s and 30s. The restaurant is situated adjacent to the Aix-Cuisine, a more high-end eatery owned by the same group. You can either order from the pricier Aix-Cuisine menu, or the house specialties from the 701 menu that includes the signature Kobe burger, spicy tuna chowder, or swordfish steak. Suite 701 also offers a hard-to-access rooftop bar-restaurant during the summer months. The restaurant has an extensive cocktail menu, and the décor is contemporary. The venue hosts private parties and special events.
Les Glaceurs will soon become one of your favorite places on earth. The dessert place offers a wide range of freshly baked cupcakes of all sizes - minis, normal and giant-sized - and flavors. You can expect usual flavors like red velvet, pumpkin, strawberry as well as the seasonal and festive ones and the more unusual flavors such as cookie dough cupcakes here. They're truly a delight to look, while their taste is sure to keep coming back for more! Les Glaceurs also takes up orders for private and business events, check the website for more on that!
Situated in a prime location, Kyo Bar Japonais is a gastropub that has an upbeat and swank atmosphere. This bar and restaurant offers several shochu-inspired cocktails, a large selection of sushi as well as a range of sake. Some of its recommendable items are the Maguro Tataki, Ginjo sake, and other izakaya(Japanese tavern) classics. The bar specializes in small plates and also boasts of an extensive liquor selection. The community table setting encourages conversation and is a good way to make new friends. For those who love tapas-styled Japanese food in a laid-back environment, Kyo Bar Japonais is a good choice.
As you walk around Chinatown, you'll come across several little eateries and cafes, tucked into little nooks and crannies. Though unremarkable to look at, you won't come here for the décor, but for the food. Pho 97 has it's fare share of regulars lining up to savor their favorite dishes. Best known for it's steaming bowls of Vietnamese Pho served with thin noodles and plenty of filling toppings. Other popular dishes on the menu include Vietnamese cold spring rolls and steamed chicken dumplings. Enjoy a cup of their complimentary green tea as you wait for your meal. The best part is, you won't burn a hole in your pocket after eating here, prices are very reasonable.
This outlet of the largest coffee-house company in the world provides a good hangout spot for coffee lovers in the vicinity of Downtown Montreal. Here is a Wi-Fi enabled spot where they can have some delicious coffees & also flip open their laptops & get on with some work. Sitting at this one spot patrons can taste varieties of coffee from all around the world & also indulge themselves in some of Starbucks' wonderful, oven-warmed pastries & other goodies.