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Best Montreal Restaurant For Lamb?

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remdog99 Sep 3, 2012 04:02 PM

I was at Modavie a couple of years ago, it was very good. There are probably also a few Greek resto's that do lamb well, and maybe others. Suggestions? thx

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    C70 Sep 3, 2012 06:33 PM

    I don't do lamb myself but my family raves about the lamb dishes at Khyber Pass.

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      Shattered Sep 3, 2012 08:52 PM

      Jano's on the Main is good, too, if you go for Portuguese grilled chops.

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        catroast Sep 3, 2012 08:58 PM

        Kaza Maza is a good bet. I think their lamb is mostly braised. I had a stunning braised shank with sour cherries.

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          chilipepper Sep 3, 2012 09:03 PM

          Yummy at Damas too.
          Panama also( but I think it's only available wknds?).

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            chefjeannine Sep 4, 2012 06:00 AM

            Panama's lamb is very good. I don't think it's only available on the weekends though (but I could be wrong). I know I've had it there on a Friday.

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              Ruy Blas Oct 14, 2012 10:55 AM

              Unique the lamb at Panama roasted on the spit. Avaiiable on weekends. Sold by the 1/2 pound. Mixed parts. Better to place your order ahead of time.

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          Spiff79 Oct 13, 2012 01:05 AM

          The tandoori lamb tapa at Biarritz is pretty awesome - just like the rest of the menu.

          1. porker Oct 14, 2012 11:53 AM

            Some of the best lamb I had was at Campagnola in Lasalle (BYOB). I haven't been in awhile, but they have leg of lamb carved at your table on wednesdays (maybe call to verify). I've had their rack of lamb which was OK, but it doesn't compare to the carved leg - really good.
            http://www.lacampagnola.ca/#

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              mangoannie Oct 14, 2012 04:26 PM

              kind of disconcerting article by Europa chef today in jdemtl how some restaurants serve supposedly quebec lamb but subsitute new zealand product for higher profit, says there is no control over this kind thing in restos here, also noted how some quebec wines have contents from other countries and some quebec cheeses uses milk from other countries and labelling misleading. Thanks for lamb roast recommendations as I used to go to Greek resto for good lamb but they closed. I had heard Panama served good lamb on certain days.

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              mphdap May 19, 2013 05:17 AM

              Tripolis(Greek)Restaurant 679 Rue Saint Roch, Montreal. Lamb and table wine are both excellent.

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