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2008 Montreal Brunch Review

2008 A year in Brunch

The arrival of 2009 marks the completion of Montreal Breakfast and Brunch Review’s exciting first year. Although I started in in the spring of 2008 I felt it would be nice to do a recap for the year end and give an overall review to Montreal’s various brunch venues. I decided to go over all the places I reviewed this year and give some of the best in their fields. So, if you have not been to any of these I strongly suggest you do.

Best New place

Although small in size (seating less than 20) Mckiernan is a heavyweight champion in the food department. The menu items were varied, tasty, fresh and really original; the portions were large and the decor was amazing. This was a big surprise to me and I am really happy I got to add this to the list of places I have eaten brunch.



Cote Soleil

Côté Solei has been renamed to Raviolution, same good food, same location, renovations indoors, different name.

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Côté Soleil Shines

The 411

Previously known as Côté Soleil, Raviolution is the best kept secret in the city for breakfast/brunch. With well sized portions, great taste and service, this little St Denis Resto is guaranteed not to disappoint.

At 1st glance

Ever pass by St Denis and see that building with the yellow stair case? Well, if you’ve seen it then you’re standing in front of Raviolution. From the outside it’s quite unassuming but when you sit down you will be amazed by what they have to offer.


Raviolution puts some great breakfast ideas on the table; plates such as Apricot crêpes ($7.95), chestnut cream crepe, and a solid line-up of eggs Benedict that cost anywhere between $10.95 to $12.95. The omelettes are also bursting with taste and range from $7.95 to $10.95 for the 3 choices of omelettes. It also has the most unique pieces of fresh fruit per plate; what this means is that it has many interesting varied fruits on your plate, not just the normal berries and orange slice. One of my favourites is the Eggs Benedict Scadinavian ($11.95) which comes with smoked salmon and is bursting with flavour and is quite filling. The Apricot crêpes are a sure hit, not too sweet and just the right taste. The spinach and cheese omelette ($8.95) does not disappoint and is a tasty vegetarian option. The fresh fruit and yogurt cups ($7.95) are of a nice size and refreshing. (more…)

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