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daviiiiiid Jul 21, 2009 06:28 AM

Hey guys! I've been craving spring rolls and I wanted to know if you guys have know the best places for these.

I'm talking about just the .. "usual" 2-pack that you can just take out. Well at least, for me, everywhere I've been they came that way.

I used to always go to a place around Mont-Royal but they burned down...

Now I found out about C'Menu last year but I only ate their Vietnamese sandwiches which I was always very pleased with. Their bubble tea was not that bad either.

Their spring rolls are made on the spot when you order, I'd say they are pretty big and have 3 big shrimps in each. (They also have chicken) and come with the largest little.. cup of peanut sauce.. yeah largest little doesnt really make sense but.. you know what I mean? haha. I usually run out of sauce when I finish both rolls but at this place I always have just a little bit left.

I dont know the address but its right next to Super Infotech which is at 1897 Rue Beaubien Est. I think the owner of this store and Super Infotech are related...

What are your picks for spring rolls?

  1. hungryann Jul 21, 2009 07:29 PM

    I like Pho Lien's spring rolls both the fried (cha gio or imperial rolls) and the non-fried which I think are the ones that interest you.

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    Restaurant Pho Lien
    5703-B ch de la cote des Neiges Montr, Montreal, QC , CA

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      finefoodie55 Jul 21, 2009 11:56 AM

      Chez Lien on Cote des neiges c/o Van Horne makes very decent rolls. Not as generous as you described but i'd call them "tight and Tasty"

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        naturelle Jul 21, 2009 06:49 PM

        Try the spring rolls sold at Metro Fletcher in Westmount. Different prices depending on the filling; from $5.99 to $7.99 for 2 pieces.

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