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We are looking for a North African or Pakistan resto that makes a traditional evening meal during Ramadan in Montreal.

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  1. Hi there,

    Not exactly a direct answer, but since no one else has replied yet, thout you might try calling some of the restos listed here:

    http://www.montrealmuslims.ca/module-...

    And not sure if it's is still open or if you'd consider a Yemeni resto, but in 2005 Maeve Haldane reviewed Al Mandy during Ramadan:

    http://www.hour.ca/food/food.aspx?iID...

    1. Yes, I don't really know either, but perhaps try Tabaq, a very good Pakistani resto near Jean Talon Market (the Muslim guide will help you) I'm sure they must do Iftaar. 149, rue Jean-Talon Ouest 514 277-9339
      L'Olivier, (Tunisian) at the Jean-Talon Market, does Iftaar, but it is a rough-and-ready setting on the terrasse (the food is very good though) mostly for the many Muslims who work in and around the market.

      Ramadan Mubarak!

      1. I don't know if they make a traditional Ramadan meal, but I do know that Sana (on Jean-Talon near de l'Acadie) is a Pakistani restaurant. I've never seen alcohol there, so I assume that they follow Muslim rules on dining, which means they should be able to serve something for a Ramadan dinner.

        1. I got this list courtesy of the ramadan food basket project.

          http://www.zabihah.com/ls.php?id=58

          Thanks everyone.

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          1. re: onionbreath

            Ended up at Kabsah, 1444 St. Mathieu.
            Had dates, harira, salad, and large lamb and chicken platters with your choice of three different kinds of rice.
            Very friendly service, very happy vibe and excellent value.