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Food

Souk: Street Food Palooza at Just For Laughs

Posted by Erika / July 20, 2012

SoukJFLSOUK is a major street food festival happening at Just For Laughs. Organized by Galle Cerf of Grumman '78 (rockstars of the Montreal street food movement), expect several food trucks and food stands lined up on Sainte-Catherine, between Saint-Urbain and Jeanne-Mance, from 12:00pm to 11:00pm, every day until July 28th. For a list of all participating vendors, click here.

Check out the damage I did, with more to come - I promise!

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Food

Grumman '78: No wheels at the Faubourg

Posted by Erika / May 19, 2012

Grumman '78 FaubourgLast summer, Grumman '78 skyrocketed to fame, its overwhelming success a play on Montreal's lack of street food. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, I might have to slap you across the face with one of their not-Mexican-but-Mexican-inspired tacos and throw you under the truck it came from. But as the sunny days faded, so did the Grumman '78 craze. Yes, they appeared at a few winter events and held the occasional taco party at headquarters, but frankly, they dropped from my radar when the season put a strain on chowing down tacos street side.

But now, there's no need to wait on the weather. Or chase after the truck for that matter. Grumman '78 recently opened a permanent stand in the food court of the Faubourg. That means tacos all year round, at functioning hours of the day, in one very convenient location.

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Food, Restaurants

Chand Palace (of Indian Treasures)

Posted by Erika / May 10, 2012

Chand PalaceI take Indian food very, very seriously. And when a craving hits, it only makes sense to go to the motherland: Parc-Ex. I've been a long-time fan of Bombay Mahal, host of my first true experience, but I like to keep my options open. Chand Palace, formerly known as Curry & Naan, is actually right across the street and has proven to be a reliable spot to get it on. It's tiny, but good things really do come in small packages.

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Food

Mi & Stu

Posted by Erika / April 30, 2012

Mi & StuI count my blessings every day for being able to indulge in anything without worrying about gluten, dairy and nuts. I realize not everyone is as fortunate and I can't help but feel that some of you are missing out. But for those of you with these specific restrictions, I assure you this isn't a pity party. In fact, I recently stumbled on a humble bakery in the Mile End that promises not to leave you behind. Mi & Stu is brought to us by Mimi and Stephanie, a dynamic duo strictly devoted to baking sweets and breads that are free of gluten, dairy AND nuts. A triple threat if you will. But get this, those of us who can eat everything can definitely get a satisfying kick out of it too. None of the richness and flavours we look for in baked goods are lost in the making, and that's...impressive.

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