Blog Archives for category As Expected

La Habanera

What is Cuban food? We only knew of the traditional Cuban sandwich which is in essence a revamped ham and… Continue reading »

Le Pois Penché II

We have a soft spot for Le Pois Penché, deep inside our Diva hearts! It’s one of the first places… Continue reading »

VertU Bar Santé

Sometimes we’re healthy and we scare ourselves! But clean eating is easy if it’s delicious. VertU Bar Santé is on… Continue reading »

Yuukai

Lately we’ve been drinking more than we’ve been eating, which is great for our waistline, but not so good for… Continue reading »

Koa Lua

Poke, which is pronounced poh-kay, is a staple of Hawaiian cuisine and recently, it has become a staple of everyone’s… Continue reading »

Licence IV

Licence IV popped into Griffintown on a plane straight from Paris. This French bistro is absolutely fabulous, with an eclectic… Continue reading »

Brasserie 701

New look, new chef, and a new menu; Hotel Place d’Arme’s restaurant has gotten quite the makeover and rebrand, welcome… Continue reading »

Le Ice & Tacos

We went for tacos on Taco Tuesday… it doesn’t get more basic than this! Le Ice & Tacos is a… Continue reading »

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

Normally, when you dine at a restaurant, the talented chefs cook your meal. But at Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot,… Continue reading »

La Société Bistro – Brunch

We often overlook restaurants situated in hotels.  After all, if we’re not staying the hotel, why would we eat there? … Continue reading »

Le Taj

What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word buffet?  Overindulgence?  Heat lamps?  Salt overdose? Not the… Continue reading »

Verses II

We hadn’t been to Verses in years, it’s located in the Nelligan Hotel, in Old Montreal. It’s a traditional French… Continue reading »

Parma Café I

Whenever we go shopping in downtown Montreal, we always incorporate a bite to eat.  After all, we need to replenish… Continue reading »

Sumo Ramen

We’ve been on quite the ramen crawl lately, slurping those delectable ramen noodles and gulping down fabulous shoyu, miso and… Continue reading »

Kim (Kam) Fung

First of all, this restaurant is known as Kim Fung or Kam Fung depending on Facebook, their website, the sign… Continue reading »

Billy’s Stone Crab, Hollywood, FL

Stone crab is a Floridian delicacy, and our trip to Florida would not be complete without an order of stone… Continue reading »

Emiliano’s

We attended the media opening of Old Montreal’s newest addition, Emiliano’s, an authentic Mexican restaurant. And let’s face it, Old… Continue reading »

Fabergé

We have a love hate relationship with brunch, we love having brunch but we hate waking up for it! And… Continue reading »

Wienstein & Gavino’s

Whether you’re looking to grab a quick bite before heading out to meet friends or you’re feeling a little peckish,… Continue reading »

The Captain’s Boil / Le Festin du Capitaine

In the 1970s Asian fisherman immigrated to the Gulf Coast and once there, adapted traditional Louisiana Creole cuisine. Traditional Creole… Continue reading »