3 Brasseurs is a definite highlight of Quebec, a chain of breweries that have amazingly smooth, fresh, tasting beer (and decent margherita thin crust pizzas). There's a large one on St. Catherine's street that has an large patio, or an air-conditioned interior to beat the 40 degree heat and humidity! http://www.les3brasseurs.ca/
|Lorina and Puppy|
Abiata African Cuisine is a terrible venue with mediocre food and appalling service .With hardly any patrons, they took TWO hours to serve us a plate of curry and bread, without checking to see if we needed drinks or were doing well. To "compensate us" for us complaints, they gave us free dessert - and they couldn't even get that order right!
Luckily, word of mouth is the best marketing service, and we made sure to mention to those waiting outside the next day, that they should choose another venue! Montrealers, be sure to avoid this disastrous, but expensive, dining experience !
|Sapna & Lorina!|
Janice and I will definitely hit that up when she's in town =)
We spent Sunday afternoon shopping at Simons, an amazing chain of department stores only in Quebec Go to www.simons.ca to check out their European inspired clothes. This is one store that Edmonton, with all of its retail savoir faire, is definitely missing!
We also checked out my favourite cafes (although Lorina's caffeine-free kick lead me to try peppermint London fog!). What an amazing break leading up to another two weeks of intense education and teaching!!!