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4 based on 21 reviews
Nous avons un grand stationnement , et à l'arrière un grand terrain gazonné ce qui permet à vos enfants de courir et de jouer sans inquiétude et à l'intérieur nous avons de la place pour asseoir plus de 30 personnes et naturellement la place est climatisé.
Went a few times and the ice cream is delicious. Cannot review the other products like shakes because I only take a sugar cone with ice cream and the small portion....
Add a few different flavors and they were all good....the hardest thing to do when you are there is the decide what flavor you will have.....
When it's hot outside, expect some delays, they have a lot of customers that seem to enjoy the place as much as you do.........
4.5 based on 89 reviews
4 based on 104 reviews
Friendly waitress, and what is very particular is that they ask if you want cheese before you have some on your meal. Also on salades and soups. Close to shopping mall and outlet center.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Make Reservations for 6pm or 6h30 and you will be in time for your 8pm show at nearby Lionel Groulx auditorium. Lebanese cuisine includes shish taooks, sharwarmas, lamb pitas, the usual Mediterranean food. But the french fries are to die for. So good you have to taste them to believe it. Better than any of the popular french fry restaurant chains you may have eaten at. Not too expensive either. Please not that they only take cash, not even interac. Still it's worth your wile. There is also a live jazz band once a week, for wining-dining with live music.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
My daughter told me "it's ok for Ste Therese"...but like her,i never listen...and i'm glad i didnt listen to her because i would of missed out on this fantastic find.The service was just perfect,the food was hot,well plated,great looking and most importantly,very good.As i ate,i looked around to the other couples that jamned the place and they all seemed to be enjoying the food.
I'm also glad that this fine establishment is not in Mtl or Laval.It gives us "burbs" a great place to eat without the hassles of parking and long waits....So if ever you go up north for skiing or in the fall for the leaves..stop by this great place and you wont be disapointed.
Merci pour une tres belle soirée!!
3.5 based on 60 reviews
4 based on 23 reviews
This a cute little Italian restaurant in Bois des Fillion, good prices and you can bring your own wine, food is excellent from the thin crust pizza to the pasta. My wife said they have the best salads dressing she has ever had tried to get the recipe... No luck, looks like we will have to return.
I would recommend
4.5 based on 36 reviews
We love Kingyo! We probably eat here at least a couple times per month. They would probably do a lot more business if people knew where they were; truly a hidden gem. The sushi is very high quality and they are attentive yet give you privacy too and not overwhelming attentive like some places. We will always eat at Kingyo, except they are closed on Mondays if I recall.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
If you are looking for a trendy pub atmosphere with great food, then give this place a shot. Daily specials offer something different than your average burger and fries. We were a table of 8 and everyone enjoyed their choices from the onion soup with onion ring, Tao battered fish on Asian salad, veal chops and salmon tartare. The donuts served in a paper bag with dip was a hit as well. Dinner for 2 with drinks and tip was $85.
4 based on 35 reviews
We had visited previously for a supper and all was great so we had decided to go again. We found that the restaurant was extremely noisy and although the decor is wonderful there is no screening off, just curtains so the noise from the large birthday party area travels to all areas. We were put in a far corner and the light was just hanging from the ceiling not a great start. We had fair service but nothing fantastic. We did ask questions re the menu and had been told the sushi was great so we tried that plus a soup starter. The soup was pretty tasteless and only warm, the sushi was up to standard and we enjoyed it and were glad we tried new varieties as they were super fresh and interesting. The main meals were not good. Mine had chicken which I think was from a frozen package, or of not it was very poor, the veg were fresh but sparse and the fried noodle basket was just heavy all with a salty sauce, not my favourite at all. The tempura which I remember as a highlight last visit was pretty tasteless - not great, it looked wonderful though. Also from our last visit this is now a BYOW place, so be aware of this. The meal was expensive for the quality we had and I would not return or advise others to go, which is rare for me and a disappointment.
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