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Tucked away amidst the myriad little Asian shops and eateries lining the streets of Chinatown in Montreal, you'll find Pho Cali. Though not much to look at, and largely popular as a take-away, their selection of Vietnamese staples like Pho, Spring rolls, Bahn Mi are a good option for a budget friendly and filling meal. Especially popular with a younger crowd and students and professionals looking for a quick, reasonable meal. For takeaways give them a call.
If you're in the neighborhood of Chinatown and craving Ramen noodles, Sumo Ramen has a nice selection of dishes to choose from. Casually cheerful, the décor is simple but nice. With Japanese specialities like Edamame, Gyoza, Fried Tofo, Takoyaki, Japanese Curry Rice besides the hearty Ramen variations there is plenty to choose from. Try a glass of their popular Bubble Tea along with your meal. The appetizer selection is especially popular with regular customers.
The Holiday Inn Select's landmark Chinese oasis remains one of Montreal's unique dining experiences. The décor is a collection of sculptured gardens, babbling brooks and other exotic touches, and the menu is similarly impressive. The Dim Sum lunch is especially popular, while Sunday brunch offers a lavish buffet. Peking Duck is the house specialty, while other favorites such as General Tao's Chicken are prepared with uncommon skill. The Lotus Bleu bar is a tranquil spot for a pre- or post-dinner drink.
The brainchild of Xiao Dan Song, Qing Hua takes you on a gastronomic journey through the flavors of China. One of the hidden gems in the city, is the place to be for a bite of the scrumptious Chinese dumpling. Brilliant crafted and plated to perfection, the food served here packs a hefty punch of flavor and authenticity, that is certain to have you coming back for more. The signature shrimp, pork and cabbage dumplings boast are not-to be-missed, while the fried mushroom dumplings and the classic wonton soup are also well-worth a try.
There are some places where are only known by locals and Chez Bong is among them. This is one spot that serves good Korean food. This basement diner serves dishes that are fresh and flavorful. Savor their Bulgogi (marinated beef grill), Dolsot Bibimbap (rice, legumes, pork and beef in a heated stone bowl), Gun Man Doo (deep fried dumplings with pork, tofu and vegetables), and Ojingo Twigim (fried calamari).
Terrasse Place D'armes is a terrace lounge, located at Place D'Armes Hotel's rooftop. It features a serene setting to drop in for few drinks post work, or a quick bite during lunch time. The open-air lounge is partly covered, to give an uninterrupted experience during rains or a sunny days. The specialty of the roof top lounge is their Raspberry Mojito. Enjoy your drinks with a beautiful view of downtown Montreal city.