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6381 Boul. St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2S 3C3 Canada
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History Walking Tour of Old Montreal
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History Walking Tour of Old Montreal

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Get an insider’s take on Old Montreal during this guided walking tour, which lets you leave the navigating to someone else. Choose a shorter walk of either the east or west sides or a longer walk that covers both. Through your guide’s commentary, come to understand the history, culture, and architecture of the city. Highlights include the Notre-Dame Basilica, Champ de Mars, City Hall, Bonsecours Market, and Place Jacques-Cartier.
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pandou wrote a review Jul 2019
Montreal, Canada55 contributions9 helpful votes
You want to learn all about pizza dough and ricotta This is the class you need to take There is also a great shop for all cooks
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Amy Travels wrote a review Nov 2016
Vaudreuil-Dorion, Canada664 contributions115 helpful votes
We were a group of 15. We went for both a amuse-geule creating team competition and the meal. The host took time to teach a few cutting techniques first, then we had separate stations and clear rules. The meal was delicious; the competition was fun.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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neferTT wrote a review Nov 2015
Where I am156 contributions147 helpful votes
An absolutely fabulous night with the charming and entertaining chef Jonathan. Not everyone in our group spoke French, but this did not pose a problem at all as the staff were bilingual. What I loved about it: - Jonathan! Seriously, it's hard not to love the guy. - The prep: fabulous information, open to loads of questions. you get a chance to try things yourself. - The non-stop wine: but go easy until after you finish working with those sharp knives! :) - The food: which was seriously delicious. I wish I had the room to finish each plate! - Their flexibility: we had some food allergies, some life-threatening and some just strange (aged cheese?), but no one was left out and wonderful alternatives were prepared for those that needed them. - The vibe, the humour, the music. - The fact that you get the recipes afterwards. I've done another cooking class at a very well known cooking school and they refused to share the recipes. - The fact that although I seem "swoosh"-impaired (making decorative swipes on a plate is harder than it looks), the chef was very patient and helped correct my technique. - A few days later we are still all talking about the wonderful night we had and it was certainly an excellent team-building event. I will absolutely go back when I am in Montreal and would highly recommend this for couples, friends and/or colleagues.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Robert5635 wrote a review Oct 2015
Montreal, Canada201 contributions116 helpful votes
As we had people from across the country coming to Montreal I decided to try this activity. Well it was not disappointing. From the arrival to the last bite this was fun and very interactive. If you have a team of anywhere from 8 to less than 20 people this is something that everyone will remember. We decided on the appetizers (cauliflower with scallops and endives salad with Bleu cheese) and the main was the "Bavette steak) We closed it off with a chocolate mousse. All of it was fun, you learn how to chop veggies properly, you spend a bit of time to cook and you have plenty of time to interact as a group. 2 points to possibly improve (and if they need to up the prize a tad .. so be it or think of doing it as part of your event). 1 - a small gift with the name of the place would be nice (even the apron everyone was wearing) 2 - Having Jonathan Garnier stop by to say hello (I know he is extremely busy but that would have been nice) That being said I am not taking anything away from them... this was a great evening.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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angc377 wrote a review Oct 2015
Vancouver, Canada211 contributions30 helpful votes
A group of us from work booked a private class as a team event. The evening started sitting at the long counter with a glass of wine while the chef, David, and his helper, also David, gave us some early tips and explained about the cuisine we were going to cook. The initial part was demonstration but then we all rolled up our sleeves, literally, and started chopping and cooking under the supervision of the chef. There are several menus/ themes to choose from - Italian, French, etc. We chose Asian and the dishes were delicious. After preparing and cooking the appetizer (veggie rolls), main dish (chicken in a coconut/ peanut sauce), dessert (coconut ice cream and banana/chocolate in won ton wrappers, deep fried and YUM), we sat down at a long communal table and ate. Sooooo good. I highly recommend the experience.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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