Melchorita: for an authentic Peruvian breakfastWe recently won a contest on Facebook allowing us to eat an authentic Peruvian lunch (thank you again!). To start your day in South America, nothing better than a Peruvian lunch. It is usually served with meat, camote (sweet potatoes) fried and a strong coffee. How to get there: 7901, rue St-Dominique, Montréal, QC, H2R 1X8 In subway : station Jarry Website : http://www.restaurantmelchorita.com/
Les 2 fours : the best chicken in townAs the name suggests, the restaurant does indeed have 2 beautiful ovens to roast a chicken exactly as the Peruvians know how to do so well. The specialty is of course the chicken cooked on embers, but also the pizzas. I highly recommend the chicken, with salad and french fries, not to mention the delicious green pepper sauce typical of Peru (named salsa de Huacatay) and an Inca Kola (yes , you read it! An Inca Kola!). How to get there: 2379 Rue Bélanger, Montréal, QC H2G 1E4 In subway : station de métro Iberville (ligne bleu). Marchez par la suite 1 coin de rue et vous y êtes! There is also another address : 4552, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2L3 In subway : Station Mont-Royal Site Web: http://www.lesdeuxfours.ca/
Near the market Jean Talon: to prepare latina foodsWe do not have a precise address to provide, but one thing is certain: the neighborhoods of the Jean Talon market do not lack Latin addresses to find the ingredients necessary to prepare the best meal of Latin America. In addition, many authentic Peruvian products are easily recognizable by their bright red label. How to get there: In Subway : station de métro Jean-Talon
Restaurant Mochica. Source de l’image : http://www.montreal.tv/2012/01/souper-aphrodisiaque-pour-la-saint-valentin-restaurant-mochica/
Restaurant Mochica : to taste Peruvian gastronomyDid you know that the second top chef in the world is a Peruvian? Gaston Acurio was elected best chef of Latin America in 2013. He own a well-known restaurants in Lima. If you can not get there, there is a Peruvian gourmet restaurant in Montreal! Mochica was the name of a pre-Columbian civilization. In Montreal, this is the name given to a restaurant recognized for the quality of its food served. First of all, when you enter, it is the beauty of the scenery that surprises us. The owners are of Montreal and Peruvian origin and, like us, are passionate about Peru … more precisely of its table. You will have the opportunity to try dishes that are real masterpieces. It is the only place I know in Montreal where alpaca is served (but probably not the only one?). A true delight! How to get there: 3863 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M1 In Subway : Station Sherbrooke, suivi d’une petite marche de 5 minutes Website : http://restaurantmochica.com/
Mi Casa: to dance on true Latin rhythms in an authentic barAs we strolled through the streets of Montreal, a Dominican recommended the bar “Mi Casa” for his rhythms of merengue, bachata, cumbia, salsa and more. We discovered a lively latino bar, very authentic (I was almost the only one “none latino” from the bar) with a nice atmosphere. For a caliente evening, Mi Casa is to try. How to get there: 90 Rue Jean-Talon O, Montréal, QC H2R 2W7 In Subway : station De Castelnau Page Facebook
El Toro: perfect for a simple but delicious meal on the south shore of MontrealIf you live on the south shore of Montreal, it sometimes happens that you do not want to get stuck in the traffic. We went once to the Salvadoran restaurant El Toro in Longueuil where there is a warm and family atmosphere. Restaurant simple and small grocery at once, you will surely find a new dish to try. How to get there: 2475, Chemin de Chambly, Longueuil (Qc) Public transportation: from the Longueuil / Sherbrooke metro station, you can take the 88 or the 16 according to the schedules.
There is an array of addresses in Montreal to live in as well as in Latin America. This note presented only 7 good addresses that we personally appreciate, while Montreal counts hundreds. Do you know Latin addresses that are worth the detour?