Although somewhat far from the city center, this place was well worth the trip! A vibrant, somewhat eclectic interior matched by an enthusiastic, attentive wait staff. But the real attraction is the food. Served in a tapas style with the suggestion of two plates per person, it was distinctive and delicious – so much so that we ordered almost everything on the menu once our party of four got its first taste. Soft, fresh cured salmon on a cedar plank; chiogga beet salad; reimagined nicoise salad; cannellini stuffed with foie gras (surprisingly light despite its name); etc.; etc. Their menu changes regularly, paying close attention to what’s fresh. This is a place we would have gone back to, but unfortunately couldn't get reservations for lunch on our last day. But Pastaga is on our “must go” list for our next visit to Montreal.
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