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How is Voro (new restaurant in Tredici location)?

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sweettoothMTL Jan 10, 2011 05:36 AM

I passed by early Saturday night and they were people inside.

Located on Fairmount, just east of Parc.

Has anyone tried it?

  1. nochainsplease Feb 5, 2011 04:59 AM

    Passed by last night at the end of the night and had a drink and a really lovely tiramisu which was NOT served in a martini glass - how novel. Menu looks promising - will try it out soon and report back.

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      wilmagrace Apr 9, 2011 10:38 AM

      Brunch is served weekends til 4pm, nice relaxed ambiance. I like the large windows and the highceiling. I had the bavette, 2 eggs, potatos, mushrooms, small tomatoes--portions not big but was glad to have some variation on the traditional brunch dishes- cost 13$. Bavette was cooked exactly medium rare as requested. You could have croissant or chocolatine for under 3$-some clients were online and just enjoying a coffee.. Waiter busy but handled it well, asked if all satisfactory and easy to catch attention to ask for bill. Bottle of water placed on table when you arrive. Fairly full +people at bar and some out on small terrace. It seemed spacious rather than feeling squeezed together as you do at many brunch places. Here is a photo of what I ordered, the eggs cover up the bavette

      http://www.foodspotting.com/places/10...

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      Maximilien Jan 10, 2011 08:08 AM

      There's a small review on cyberpresse.ca.

      looks ok.

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        estilker Jan 10, 2011 11:57 AM

        I pass by everyday. It's empty most of the time, so it's not enticing.

        Re: article (link: http://www.cyberpresse.ca/vivre/cuisi...) makes me wonder if the journalist actually ate there. Because he does nothing more than sum up the menu and describe the interior.

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