Blog Archives for category Middle Eastern & Moroccan

La Khaïma

La Khaïma is a BYOW African restaurant whose menu includes a variety of vegetarian dishes. The explained explained that this… Continue reading »

Tangia

Montreal was due for a fabulous Moroccan restaurant, coupled with a sexy courtyard terrace that makes you feel like you… Continue reading »

Toucheh II – Persian Mondays

Toucheh has had a place in our heart since we first dined there in December 2016. This family run restaurant… Continue reading »

Barbs Salon & Halal Guys

Barbs, formerly known as Barberellas, on Queen Mary has been our hair salon for years. When we were invited to… Continue reading »

Beroya

Before eating at Beroya we didn’t know much about Syrian cuisine, but we love Middle Eastern food so we were… Continue reading »

KazaMaza

The more the merrier we say but sometimes it’s nice to have a quiet dinner with a friend, talking and… Continue reading »

Abu Elias

Abu Elias is a halal butcher shop and sandwich counter in Ville St-Laurent. All their meat is cooked over charcoal… Continue reading »

Grillades Yasmine

This Arabic grocery store and halal lunch spot is right outside Côte-Vertu metro in Ville St-Laurent. Grillades Yasmine is not… Continue reading »

Damas

Damas is a restaurant that the Divas have been meaning to try but with all our events and invitations, it’s… Continue reading »

Falafel Avenue

You know our opinion on vegetarians, and if you know our opinion on vegetarians you definitely know our opinion on… Continue reading »

La Sirène de la Mer II

What can we say, we’re lucky girls! When a Middle Eastern seafood restaurant with adjoining fish & seafood shop offers… Continue reading »

Chez Benny Express

Chez Benny Express is a kosher restaurant in Ville St-Laurent that is known for its pita and laffa sandwiches that… Continue reading »

La Sirène de la Mer I

When a Mediterranean seafood restaurant has an adjoining seafood and fish shop next door, you know that you’re going to… Continue reading »

Sumac

Authenticity is key. And while some places boast authentic cuisine from various parts of the world, not many are actually… Continue reading »