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This should be rated much higher. Very small and fantastic place. Unfortunate that trip advisor only shows those with most reviews first . Not the little ones with few but fantastic food. 7 stars deserved
My wife and I visited this little restaurant in the Plateau-Mont-Royal following our instinct.
The food is simply great. The service is good. We loved the Takoyaki and the Okonomiyaki was also tasty.
The place can only accommodate 20 people at most but it’s worth...More
I was surprised how tiny the place was. Maybe 10 seats top. No tables only counters. But still very cozy.
The food though... wow it was amazing! I never tasted anything like it. We took everything. So the takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, and the plate of the...More
I hesitate to write this review because I want to keep this place all to myself! A small counter in the Little Portugal area of the Plateu, Noren is like being transported all the way to Japan. Authentic, tiny, warm and delicious... if you can...More
Very small but neat. They cook meals right in front of you, which reminds me of Japan. Since they are small, you get to talk to the cooks and waitress often, and that is fun. They have 2 main dishes that are always available, and...More
Great food. Great service. The place is very small, though.
I cannot tell whether it is authentic Japanese, but it was definitely something new to me.
The pork spices were amazing. The plates I tried with mushrooms were all really good.
Great value on Rachel near St-Urbain, Noren does not look like a lot from outside but delivers of flavourful punch.
The menu is not very extensive and offers mainly octopus balls and okonomyiaki or Japanese omelet.
Ordered a flavourful butternut squash miso soup for warmth...More
Go native in Plateau Mont-Royal, where bespoke shopping, hip eateries, and wacky paint jobs attract locals and transplants alike, making it one of the city's most diverse and distinctly authentic experiences. A creative hub, Montreal's artistic elite pack the cafes along Rue Saint-Denis, where young painters and fashion designers draw inspiration from the playful murals and stately Victorian homes that
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