Montreal's strong Portuguese community has exerted its influence over traditional Quebecois barbecued chicken, and the result is this incredibly ... More
Montreal's strong Portuguese community has exerted its influence over traditional Quebecois barbecued chicken, and the result is this incredibly reasonable take-out or stand-up establishment. The chicken, sold either whole (a great value at CAD6.95) or in quarters, is covered in sauce and spice after cooking. Roast pork is another specialty, and a great bargain at around CAD7 for a huge portion with the trimmings. Side dishes include salads and roasted potatoes. Don't expect an elegant feast, but don't expect to pay much either. Bring cash.
It is not only possibly the best chicken I've ever had, but the prices are better than even a mediocre place like st. hubert. For $7 you can get an absolutely fantastic meal. Its casual to say the least... with the food packed into styrofoam containers and only a couple sad tables to inhale your food sitting next to a lineup of others waiting for the opportunity to do the same. there is almost always a lineup... and good reason for it.
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