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Casa Minhota welcomes you to their dining room. Their atmosphere has been described as casual and family friendly. They are open late all week. You can get there by bicycle and public transit. They are situated in a surrounding filled with restaurants and merchants. Payments by American Express, diners club, Interac, MasterCard and Visa are accepted.
Seafood, Mediterranean, European, Portuguese
Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service
Casa Minhota has a reputation! Excellent food for a fair price in an escalating "cost to do business" environment. White table cloths with cloth napkins in the dining room and a clientele to match at all hours. As a visitor to the city I had...More
I’ve come to this restaurant many times over the past 18 years but yesterday’s visit will be my last. Although the food is authentic Portuguese and it is very good. They are perpetually dis-organized and agonizingly slow. I am a person who hates having to...More
Maybe you know the sort of winter we have had. The kind that makes you want to hunker down with a good book, a mug of hot chocolate, and a thick cozy blanket. Nonetheless, we were forced to go out on what turned out to...More
We had planned to go to Schwartz’s but the line was long and my wife peaked in to a bustling and lively scene here. After a short wait we got a table for 4 and had a delicious lunch !!! Salmon was excellent ! The...More
This place has been around a while. It has a homey feel to it which is reflected in the cooking.
Portions a great, feels like somebody’s mom and grandma are in the kitchen doing the food right. You won’t get fancy 5 * dining but...More
We were staying at a nearby hotel to fly out the next day. I would imagine that's what many people are doing. Theres literally nothing else nearby. No shopping. No restaurants. However there is this casa minhota and it is good. The customer service is...More
Portuguese cuisine is really about the sea, although a grilled chicken on charcoal is also part of the traditional fare. And yet, this is a nation of seafarers and fishermen.
Casa Minhota has been on the Montreal dining scene for a long time. I used...More
We found Casa Minhota by accident. We were trying to find a place to eat "pastel de Belem" and suddenly we saw the restaurant. We decided to get in and this was for sure the best decision ever. My husband and I ate codfish, which...More
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