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Avocado Sushi du Village is a restaurant located in the heart of the Pointe-Claire village. They serve traditional and fusion sushis and tartars in their bistro, offer take out service and cater for events. The two owners, Dominique St-Laurent and Sylvie Longtin, are long-time friends that dreamed of opening their own business on the lakeshore in Pointe-Claire. Two years ago, Sylvie Longtin, then a sushi chef at Willows, leaves Hudson and together, they set out to create their own restaurant. With its cozy atmosphere and its delicious and innovative cuisine, Avocado rapidly charmed the local population. Many locals have made this friendly little bistro their local eat, enjoying the stunning
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First time trying out Avocado and it was so tasty! Started off with the Japanese salad, the dressing is so tasty we bought a bottle to bring home. We shared 6 different shushi dishes and they were all just terrific. The best was a combo...More
We went in hurray before attending a Christmas recital near by.it’s a small cozy place with a bar where you can see all the sushi preparation. The service was great i really appreciate this place i will return surely.
I went for lunch and I was a bit deceived by their lunch special at 25$ served with a miso soup, the special was a mixture of scallops, salmon and shrimps with a spicy sauce. I like spicy food, but this was a bit too...More
The restaurant itself is cute, but very small and busy. The service is just ok, they constantly seem overwhelmed. The sushi is actually bad, the rice is overly sticky and has a particular taste (not a good taste...). This place would never survive downtown, but...More
Your priority at Avocado is to make a reservation. If it is busy and you do not have one, be prepared to wait a while.
At the time of our visit service was very slow with a few tables emptied, but not cleared. Suppose the...More