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Any places for Xmas lunches?

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Ruy Blas Dec 22, 2011 08:12 AM

Do you know any good places to have Xmas lunches, this year? ( turkey, stuffing, meat pie etc.)
The cafeteria at the Bay was not bad, last year; The one at the Peel pub used to be great. I do not think they have it this year.

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    Ruy Blas RE: Ruy Blas Dec 23, 2011 07:35 AM

    I have also tried in the past, MURRAYS at 2356 Ch Lucerne
    Montreal, QC which is OK except I found their Plum pudding very deceptive.

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      kpzoo RE: Ruy Blas Dec 23, 2011 07:38 AM

      Murray's has been closed for a few years - 2009, it looks like.

      http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/L...

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      Ruy Blas RE: Ruy Blas Dec 31, 2011 11:34 AM

      The Rotisseries Saint-Hubert had their take on Xmas Lunches this year. They replace turkey with a chicken leg: not very authentic but festive enough!

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        Ruy Blas RE: Ruy Blas Nov 26, 2012 05:34 PM

        Christmas plate started this week 26 nov 2012 at Brasserie Le Courtier, 362 Ste Catherine west.
        Generous serving of roast turkey, cranberry sauce, meat balls, marinated beets, meat pie, industrial cretonnade, mashed potatoes. $15 plus tax and service includes carrot cake for dessert. Average in taste.
        One draft beer at $7 is too expensive.

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          Ruy Blas RE: Ruy Blas Dec 28, 2012 10:20 AM

          I found a very good place to get a Xmas plate of turkey, meat pie, meat balls, mashed potatoes and carrots.
          HIELO RESTO-BAR on Avenue du Parc at 3575 (Cité Complex housing the Cinema du Parc)
          A lot of juicy slices of turkey; meat pie made with veal and pork, Meat balls with caramelized onions inside, good mashed potatoes and slices of carrots "al dente". for $16
          Beer is offered at very good price and beer does not have a water aftertaste like we find at some other Pubs.

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            stak RE: Ruy Blas Dec 28, 2012 10:59 AM

            Binerie on Mt Royal is advertising one but I haven't tried it myself.

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