Best arepas in Montreal. Very nice clean restaurant in a nice part of town. Fast and friendly service.
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Nice location with excellent food! In the center of stores and a park, this is a great find for lunch or dinner. Great selection, friendly service and amazing food! Modern atmosphere.
Located on Prince Arthur which is a pedestrian-only street in the Lower Plateau area of Montreal, this restaurant is easy to find. It's large and can seat larger crowds if you have many in your group. Our group of 4 had a delicious lunch here...More
We ordered a plate with rice/beef/bean and an Arepera (La Canadiense - fumed salmon). The taste is better than what I thought before eat. An Arepera costs $7 or $9. But each glass of juice will cost you $7. Overall, it's good to try this...More
I went there with a friend and we both thoroughly enjoyed it. Delicious food, authentic and creative, fresh. I wouldn't get ambitious and try to go there with a group, the space is not huge, but it's a great atmosphere to get a good meal...More
I am so pleased to have discovered this restaurant! Impeccable and fast service either in Spanish, French or English. Good seasoning and excellent music. Very satisfied, I recommend it to everyone.
We entered with friends, it was full, they told us to wait 15 min, we waited 30 min to sit, then like 1 hour to order and get served, it was not big, still pretty good though.
I love arepas and this place never disappoints. You have a good selection of arepas, including vegan options. Each time I eat there; the arepas are fresh and tasty. I love the paintings on the wall and the Spanish music ; they create a nice...More
The restaurant feels very homey and cosy, with great music and fantastic food! Service was great and fast. I am looking forward to eating there again!