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decent food near place des arts

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i always follow my partner to the complexe desjardins food court (since it is close, because there sure isn't any other reason!) but if any one has some specific suggestions I'd like to hear them. Please be specific, since saying "china town is close" isn't specific and spouse does not like any sort of guessing game of finding a good resto among the ungood restaurants.

thanks!

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  1. Brasserie T and Bouillon BLK are two of my favourites.

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    1. re: foodie8

      Second Brasserie T, always been very happy when leaving there.

      1. re: jfprieur

        +3 on Brasserie T, but obviously slightly more pricier than the food court.

        1. re: JerkPork

          By slightly pricier you mean twice as pricy as the food court?

          Nudo Ramen in Chinatown is quite cheap and filling.

          1. re: JerkPork

            I actually didn't like Brasserie T... Portions were meager and food quality didn't justify the price. I think you're paying for the location and reputation of the chef.

            1. re: SourberryLily

              My experience at Brasserie T was not so great, either. Decor and service were ok , but execution was mediocre. It certainly wasn't worth the money.

      2. If you want to try Chinese, Keung Kee is always consistently good. But I would go with Brasserie T...or else F Bar.

        1. I had some *really* good and inexpensive pho (grilled chicken with veggies) at Pho Bang New York in Chinatown last week

          1001 St Laurent Blvd.

          1. You can always go and pickup Banh Mi Sandwiches at Hoang Oanh @ 1071 St-Laurent close by and really good and cheap

            1. I've tried Brasserie T, F Bar and Bouillon Bilk. I'd recommend Bouillon Bilk first, then Brasserie T.

              In Chinatown, Mai Xiang Yuan is a very nice place for dumplings.

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              1. re: carolilas

                I wonder if Mai Xiang Yuan would allow you to bring a bottle of wine?