The setting is tiny and the decor is simple, but the ambience is as hot as it comes in this Brazilian-Mexican gem tucked beneath the shadow of Mount ... More
Lele da Cuca
The setting is tiny and the decor is simple, but the ambience is as hot as it comes in this Brazilian-Mexican gem tucked beneath the shadow of Mount Royal. Service is personalized, thanks to the effervescent presence of the owner. Dishes include the usual fajitas (CAD10.25) and quesadillas (CAD10.25), but these are complemented by Brazilian specialties like crevettes à baiana (shrimp cooked in coconut milk and spicy tomato sauce, CAD12.95). Tables d'hôte start at CAD12.95, and you can bring your own wine, making this an outstanding bargain. It's usually packed, so be sure to reserve.
What a pleasant little surprise. This hole-in-wall, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Montreal, provided a great atmosphere for our small group of six. The food was amazing. The Cocoa Chicken comes highly recommended. This restaurant is also very nice, because of the "bring your own wine".
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