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akofner Mar 22, 2010 10:07 AM

I'm flying in to Montreal and driving to Tremblant this weekend. Any recommendations for something quick and good (am open to anything) near the airport or along route 13 and 15 on the way out of town?

Thanks,
Aaron

  1. ScoobySnacks20 Mar 22, 2010 11:15 AM

    Pick up some israeli shawarma et Chez Benny Express. To die for. My whole office is now officially addicted. A 5 min detour on your way.

    Chez Benny Express
    2075 Rue Saint-Louis, Saint-Laurent, QC H4M 1P1, Canada
    (514) 747-2070‎

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    Chez Benny Express
    2075 St Louis, Saint-Laurent, QC H4M1P1, CA

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      JohnnyGe Mar 22, 2010 12:55 PM

      Stop by Lafleur's on the way out of Trudeau airport - 5 min drive. Order 2 steamies toute garnies, poutine and a Diet Pepsi... Doesn't get any more Quebecois and quick too! And not far out of your way.

      1. carswell Mar 22, 2010 01:35 PM

        If sit-down southern Indian appeals, Bombay Choupati isn't that far out of your way.

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        Restaurant Bombay Choupati Enr
        5011 Boulevard Des Sources, Pierrefonds, QC H8Y, CA

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          ios94 Mar 22, 2010 06:26 PM

          Pub St-James right on Cote de Liesse next to CAE for decent pub food, I really like their burgers. It is on the side of the airport heading east on the 520, map to get the directions because you have to do a weird turn around to the other side of the highway.

          It's 5 mins and change away but you'll have to check if they are open on the weekends. Bombay Choupati is very very good but is slightly out of the way I would think.

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            reelection Mar 22, 2010 06:35 PM

            I thought I would take advantage of a recent trip to the airport to check out Bombay Choupati or Shahi Palace, but damn it was a further 20 minute drive!

            If you're going north on the 13, it should be 10 mins from the Gouin exit though.

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              carswell Mar 22, 2010 06:40 PM

              If, on leaving the airport, you go west on Cardinal and then scoot up Sources, it takes about 15 minutes to get there outside of rush hour.

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