Tommy Chen: "Loved every bite. Get the tasting if you want the chef's guidance. Opt for a la cartel if you know what you want to try or like. The service is phenomenal and the food stellar. Highly recommend"
Beerlady Tullys: "Touted as the best brew pub in Montreal, (and there are many!) I agree wholeheartedly. No a huge space so go early like 5ish and plan to be there awhile, it takes time to taste their amazing beers"
Travel Channel: "One of two main farmers markets in Little Italy. Come to buy unpasteurized raw milk cheese–which has been banned in the U.S. since 1949! As seen on Travel Channel’s The Layover with Anthony Bourdain."
isuvaish: "Join in with any on going guided tour if you want to know the historic facts. Beautifully architected- spend some time looking at the stain-glass paintings"
Sabrina S.: "Have to pay for entrance all the time but the interiors are beautiful. Make sure to check out the adjacent chapels for contrasting architecture. Very low lighting but definitely a must see!"
Aljoharah N. Alrashoudi: "It consider one of the best, popular,unique, fancy spas in Montreal. It locates inside a yacht in the old port. For me it's less than average compering to the spas that I have tried."
Cooper Smith: "The water circuit consists of a warm tub, a hot tub, 2 cold baths, 2 dry saunas, and a steam room, not to mention lounge chairs and hammocks. 3 hour time limit, or $10 extra for unlimited (worth it!)"
Philippe Miron: "One of the great place in Montreal. Usually lot of activities all year long (skating, Igloofest, fireworks, museums, beach, etc.). The bike path that follows Canal Lachine is also really great."
hussein s: "One of the most beautiful places to visit in Montreal. River views, restaurants, bars, outdoor activities throughout the year. Notre Dame Church to visit. Antique style street. Very beautiful"