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May 31, 2007 03:09 AM

Meal delivery service


My dad is getting on a bit, and needs a decent meal delivery service in Montreal. Not Santropol Roulant, he can pay, and not a diet place, because he doesn't need to lose weight. Home cooked, wholesome food. Anyone know of any place?

  1. Hiya - I don't know of any services offhand and Googling wasn't fruitful. You may want to try contacting your dad's local CLSC or a seniors' centre to see if they have any recommendations - hopefully they can help!

    Some resources to explore:



    Good luck!

    1. You may want to try a personal chef service. If you google personal chef Montreal, you should come up with something.

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      1. re: cuisine_miche

        That's a great idea, cuisine_miche! I didn't think of searching with those terms, but it looks like there are a bunch of options out there.

      2. Thanks for those. We want to avoid CLSC/senior places, as the food isn't usually very good, hence my posting here. I'll try googling personal chef, hadn't though of that. Thanks again!

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        1. re: sarahshenker

          You mite want to try A La Carte Express (www.alce.com) they list over 100 restaurants that deliver.

        2. I'm not sure whether you're looking for something with more frequent delivery, but http://milliner.ca might be worth checking out. They make frozen prepared meals from Jean-Talon Market ingredients, and the meals vary according to the seasonal ingredients available at any given time. The meals are microwavable or they can also be heated up in a conventional oven. I know they do deliveries, but am not sure of their terms. You might want to give them a call:

          Téléphone : 514 270-0004 / 1 877 370-0004

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