C'est si bon les petits burgers remplis de bonnes épices. La place est petite, mais au moins on se garde chaud en hiver.
Très bon service, très bonne bouffe mais que quelques places pour manger
Teeny tiny french fry joint with big personality. You can't miss the place: it's smack dab on a busy corner of the Main, painted in screaming primary colours and jam-packed with fat-cat techie-types, local journalists and club kids chowing down elbow-to-elbow at the shoe-box sized counter. Juicy mini-burgers and crisp fries are de rigeur, but the pièce de résistance is the Patatine: a souped-up... more
4177 Boulevard St-Laurent
Je parle un peu francais, but there are enough multi-lingual people in Montreal to help you get by. After spending a few days in Quebec, I started noticing a bit of a trend. Walk into an establishment to a standard Bonjour! greeting. Once you sheepishly return this with a ‘Hello’, the English speaking staff-member swings over... more
Little cheeseburger slider with salad and fries: A.
Side of poutine: B. No squeaks to be had, and the gravy was a bit thin. Fries were excellent.
Really liked the quick, friendly service and the whole set up.
we were excited to come here as we kept passing it on our strolls, the food was unremarkable, the beer was really good; however, their service was rushed and angry. in this industry (also in such a tiny shop) this makes all the difference.
the man at the cash register was annoyed and loudly tried to tell me "how service works in North America" all over a misunderstanding. I'm an Asian American... more
Nice cumfy place, perfect for a midnight fast food craving. The people are passionate and the food is good.
Everything about this place is tiny. It's small - but cozy - and its meals come in two bite-sizes. Nonetheless, everything here is tasty from the baby burgers to their poutine. Definitely worth a check.
Small cozy place - the staff there are really friendly and has a great attitude. The mini burgers are definitely an attraction and its combo is definitely worth a try. Mini burger, fries and salad: for only $4 or so. It's definitely a nice little joint for a quick bite. The service is friendly and the boys are quite cool. A definite must for a visit! Worth it!
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This tiny diner on the corner of St-Laurent and Rachel serves immaculately prepared greasy spoon standards. Breakfast, which is served all day long, offers heaping portions of the trademark home fries and a good selection of fruit to balance things out. Lunch and dinner feature huge burgers and sandwiches. The décor is kitschy but not obnoxious, and the vinyl stools at the counter are... more