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08-17-2007, 06:50 PM
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thanks guys, bc i heard it was 19 in montreal... 18 sounds good

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18 years old, as usual in Canada.

That's what you said, but the fact is 18 is not usual for all of Canada, that's why I pointed it out for you.
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hey guys

im looking for a place where u can see at how much you can throw the baseball??? i know at carefour angrinion theres a batting cage but dont think you can see at how fast you can throw the baseball???? i think when the expos where here they had one at olympic stadium but now....

can you guys help me

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great work dude, this thread was really helpful when I went to Montreal in January, will probably even use it again this season

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Man this thread is great, GREAT work didouche.
I think you are working at Tourisme Montréal right?
I look forward to the strip clubs maybe
And it is more usful for a guy looking for a romantic escpae with his dulcinee....
LOL... I actually work at Fido
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hey guys

im looking for a place where u can see at how much you can throw the baseball??? i know at carefour angrinion theres a batting cage but dont think you can see at how fast you can throw the baseball???? i think when the expos where here they had one at olympic stadium but now....

can you guys help me
Wow I really have no idea.. baseball isn't my thing

FYI: updated the thread again with more cool stuff

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Two favorites of mine: Snowdown Deli for good food(smoke meat) and picasso for 24h service and a good, cheap breakfeast.

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OT- Help with good resto (greek, italian or shushi)

Hey guys,

I'm looking for a good Resto in the 10-25 a plate range

If possible can you give me an Italian suggestion, Shushi and maybe a general one?

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08-30-2007, 03:11 AM
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1) I hate italian restaurants, you pay 30$ for something you could have done in 20 minutes at home.
2) Miyako - 1439 Amherst - and please taste their "sushi pizza".
3) Meatmarket - 4415 St.Laurent - my favorite restaurant in Montreal, and really not expensive (http://www.meatmarketfood.com/).

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and please taste their "sushi pizza".
Now that has to be explained. I'm wondering how you can have raw fish on top of rice on a pizza... I'm guessing the name is misleading.

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1) I hate italian restaurants, you pay 30$ for something you could have done in 20 minutes at home. 2) Miyako - 1439 Amherst - and please taste their "sushi pizza".
3) Meatmarket - 4415 St.Laurent - my favorite restaurant in Montreal, and really not expensive (http://www.meatmarketfood.com/).

Then open a restaurant and stop complaining

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Hey guys,

I'm looking for a good Resto in the 10-25 a plate range

If possible can you give me an Italian suggestion, Shushi and maybe a general one?

Thanks
It has nothing to do with Greeks, but on a pure food basis, seriously, choosing between Greek food or sushi is like making a choice between a prostitute and a virgin...

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08-30-2007, 08:51 AM
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You can use www.RestoMontreal.ca, you can search by cuisine type, district and price range. Then just view other people's ratings and comments to get ideas of the good restos. There's also menus and pictures.

You have to use the "advanced search" page for a detailed search. It's really cool.

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3) Meatmarket - 4415 St.Laurent - my favorite restaurant in Montreal, and really not expensive (http://www.meatmarketfood.com/).
It is really great for the price, it's one of my favorites too.

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Now that has to be explained. I'm wondering how you can have raw fish on top of rice on a pizza... I'm guessing the name is misleading.
It's just the name of a sushi specialty. It doesn't involve anything found on a regular pizza. The setup varies from restaurant to restaurant but it's usually a tartar of salmon mixed with some form of mayo set on top of a round and flat fried rice cake. It's then cut in quarters or 4 'slices' if you will ...

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For Greek Food: Marathon souvlaki (decarie, laval,west island) great food really low prices.
Village Grec (laval) see above

For italian: Toto's resto bar (on st martin in laval) Its my uncles resto...seriously good and very reasonable prices
Pizza napolitata (somewhere close to little italy) great variety for pizza and pasta low prices, but not the best place to bring a date, more like somewhere to go with a group of friends

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For Greek Food: Marathon souvlaki (decarie, laval,west island) great food really low prices.
Village Grec (laval) see above

For italian: Toto's resto bar (on st martin in laval) Its my uncles resto...seriously good and very reasonable prices
Pizza napolitata (somewhere close to little italy) great variety for pizza and pasta low prices, but not the best place to bring a date, more like somewhere to go with a group of friends
For your first post, you should have made a trade suggestion... something like a Hab's package for a random good player...usually it's what people do...

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08-30-2007, 09:25 AM
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For your first post, you should have made a trade suggestion... something like a Hab's package for a random good player...usually it's what people do...
i used to be a member but for some reason my last account wasnt working. i was "ingaineywetrust"

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If you're willing to pay a tad bit more (30/pers.) for excellent sushi, go to Miso (right across the old Forum). It's really amazing.

There's also Kaizen right down the street from Miso that is also very good.

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Hey guys,

I'm looking for a good Resto in the 10-25 a plate range

If possible can you give me an Italian suggestion, Shushi and maybe a general one?

Thanks
re malaka ise elinas kai psahnis eliniko estiatorio?

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For Greek Food: Marathon souvlaki (decarie, laval,west island) great food really low prices.
Village Grec (laval) see above

For italian: Toto's resto bar (on st martin in laval) Its my uncles resto...seriously good and very reasonable prices
Pizza napolitata (somewhere close to little italy) great variety for pizza and pasta low prices, but not the best place to bring a date, more like somewhere to go with a group of friends
Toto's on St. Martin is great, affordable too. The pasta plates are really filling.

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I haven't had sushi in a while (in fact, I've only had it once). I want some though. =(

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there's only one sushi in Montreal +- 25$ that deserves 4stars+

Tri Express on Laurier. one of the best sushi chef, but resto looks more like a small bistro you go when you're in a hurry. still, nothing comes close to it as for the price.

now if you want to spend 40$+ for the top, go to Jun-i (on Laurier as well).

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Now that has to be explained. I'm wondering how you can have raw fish on top of rice on a pizza... I'm guessing the name is misleading.
I LOVE sushi pizza...It's varies from place to place but it's usually really really tasty...They take a round peice of fried rice tempura (the crust), put avacado or mayo on it (sauce), then put salmon sushi and caviar (the pepperoni) and finally they cover it in shredded crabstick (cheese) and it looks like a mini pizza.

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