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The gentlemen that meet us at the door appeared to be the owners, they were welcoming, genuine and passionate about the food and service they presented. The food was excellent, they were really good to us and we all recommend it.
Service was adequate but we had to ask for bread and we were never asked if we wanted dessert (we asked again). Only a few tables on a Friday night. Not a good sign. The cod fritters were under-salted (the kitchen had seeped out the...More
I arrived shortly after 8pm, knowing that the closing was 10pm stated on tripadvisor, even 11pm according to the site of the restaurant itself. After I ordered a bottle of wine and the starters ( a portuguese soup and 3 crocetas de bacalhau), at 8.20...More
It was odd to go to a fish place next to a staple of the Montreal food scene.
The service and food were very good with great flexibility to accommodate some of our specific needs.
The atmosphere was pleasant and the space around the tables...More
Great Portuguese restaurant in Montreal. Tapas style. Roberto is the best waiter i’ve seen in a long time! Very attentive, right on! And then Marcos great waiter too.
We had shrimps, scallops, grilled octopus, salad. Just woooow!
Good wine list. Will be back :)
We visited Boca Iberica on a visit to Montreal, it’s a very nicely designed restaurant , We were welcomed by a very nice waiter ( from Chile), We started with stuffed squid which was delicious, the waiter recommended the catch of the day which was...More
Just happened by on a quiet Thursday evening, the waiter was very welcoming and helpful. Brought us the only English copy of the menu on a blackboard...explained what Portugese soup was. The wine menu is all whole bottles, but they do have wine by the...More
Very nice reception on a quiet Tuesday evening. The freshest of octopus and squid, fresh tomato salad with fresh cheese and an octopus salad to start, and our "platos" were appetizer-portions of grilled octopus and grilled squid. With decent house wine (and chewy, crusty bread...More
Date of visit: June 2018
Boca I, Owner at Boca Iberica, responded to this reviewResponded June 27, 2018
thank you so much for your comments
hoping to see you in the near futur
After a visit to a spa up the street, five of us wandered in for a light lunch. The lovely outdoor seating was full, but with the door wide open our indoor table was just fine. We ordered a number of appetizers and shared them...More
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