Montreal has never been kind to street food. First there's the weather, but more important, there has been the undying reluctance on the part of various city administrations to allow people to eat on the street. That reluctance is beginning to crumble and Grumman 78 made a reputation for itself with its tacos in various locations. Now it's moved inside, in an old commercial warehouse slightly south of an expressway. Not much in the way of exterior ambience, but once inside, warm welcoming, and (unsurprisingly) noisy. The menu is fusion Mexican, with plates designed for sharing. Reinterpretations include heavy southeast Asian notes and cilantro-haters should be on the alert. The wine is reasonably priced. All in all, it's a fun place to eat, would be suitable for children, and a good choice when you're not looking for anything more formal.
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