Feb
22
2017
montreal-mile-end-cafe-melbourne-brunch © Will Travel for Food

I recently had the pleasure of having brunch at Montreal’s Café Melbourne. Inspired by Melbourne’s café culture and owned and operated by Australians Angus Castran and Xavier Martinelli, this cute Mile End spot has been open and on my map of Montreal’s best independent cafés for a couple of years now. They have recently partnered up with chef Saad …

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Feb
9
2017
peruvian-restaurant-montreal © Will Travel for Food

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I’m a big fan of Peruvian cuisine. When I visited Peru at the end of 2015, I had a long list of restaurants to try in Lima. I especially wanted to eat all the ceviche since it’s probably among my top 3 favourite dishes. While I …

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Jan
31
2017
japanese-restaurant-montreal © Will Travel for Food

If I have to pick a food trend that we have already seen some of and will continue to notice, it’s diminutive restaurants that specialize in one (or two) dishes. Montreal’s Japanese restaurant NOREN is such a place. The tiny Japanese establishment located on the west side of Rachel Street in Montreal’s Mile End neighbourhood only serves a handful of …

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Jan
12
2017
montreal-best-chocolate © Will Travel for Food

This article was first written for Tourisme Montréal. Let’s start the year on a sweet note, shall we? Chocolate is everybody’s favourite treat, am I right? Whether you’re a fan of dark, milk or white chocolate, the sweet treat always manages to put a smile on everyone’s face, especially mine. I always bring back local …

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Dec
19
2016
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I don’t know about you but I always have a hard time picking a wine during the holiday season. There are so many available and it’s hard to know which go best with what. The SAQ’s advisors aren’t always available because the stores are so busy and there are many private port wines that we don’t …

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