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Map of deps with kitchens

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Tiny Iota Jun 20, 2013 01:04 PM

Does anyone know if a map exists of the deps that prepare food? It'd be handy for those times that I need somethin quick and cheap.

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    kpaxonite RE: Tiny Iota Jun 20, 2013 01:29 PM

    Super Sandwich in Le Cartier on Peel/Sherbrooke.. amazingly good and cheap sandwiches on baguette for between 2.50-4.50. Chicken salad, tuna salad, ham and cheese are my favorites. Ive never ordered it but they have a home-pickled vegetable one for 1.75 or 2 dollars I think (its the cheapest).

    I have heard reports that a dep on the west side of Crescent below St Catherine serves really good poutine but I've never been myself.

    As for an existing map... I kind of doubt it.

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      catroast RE: kpaxonite Jun 20, 2013 09:14 PM

      that poutine is absolutely terrible. they advertise it as the city's best but they don't even use curds. they do have a full lunch counter.,

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      scipie RE: Tiny Iota Jun 20, 2013 01:38 PM

      Corner of St. Jacques and Walker (across the street from Lionel Groulx metro). Wide variety of fresh sandwiches and random Chinese food offerings including wonton soup and egg rolls.

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        Tiny Iota RE: Tiny Iota Jun 20, 2013 04:36 PM

        I started a map, hopefully we can get people to add to it:

        http://bit.ly/15oxMi0

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          eat2much RE: Tiny Iota Jun 21, 2013 07:23 AM

          Depanneur Le Pickup near the Jean Talon market is a must for your map.

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            EaterBob RE: eat2much Jun 21, 2013 09:40 AM

            You should add it. It's extremely simple.

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            Maximilien RE: Tiny Iota Jun 21, 2013 10:42 AM

            I hate "voluntary dyslexia" ...

            I read "Maps of dead chickens"...

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              Tiny Iota RE: Maximilien Jun 21, 2013 07:19 PM

              that would truly be useful.

              a comprehensive map like this would be killin'. keep adding those deps, peoples!

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                porker RE: Maximilien Jun 22, 2013 08:37 AM

                Years ago, drinking at the bar of a Mexican restaurant, the owner's wife comes out and says "I am sooory, the chicken is closed".
                We had laugh including the owner and his Columbian wife!

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                chilipepper RE: Tiny Iota Jun 22, 2013 04:40 AM

                Dep at 4493 Papineau - Thai Delice? O Thai? I forget - Serves up pad Thai and rolls.
                Also not a dep, but the Asian grocery store on Fort opposite PA sells pork buns, dumplings and tripe every now and again.

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                  hungryann RE: chilipepper Jun 22, 2013 12:07 PM

                  I don't remember their name either but the cross street is Mount Royal and their rolls are pretty good.

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                  maj54us RE: Tiny Iota Jun 22, 2013 10:12 AM

                  Good job starting a map. I wanted to start a map for so long but time is a factor for me.

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                    Ghostquatre RE: Tiny Iota Jun 22, 2013 10:13 AM

                    Depanneur La Main 3644 Saint-Laurent, right next to the Subways in the Plateau. They now serve banh mis

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                      Tiny Iota RE: Tiny Iota Jun 22, 2013 12:52 PM

                      So, I made a Facebook page for the map, that way you can be updated when something new gets added:

                      https://www.facebook.com/FoodDeps

                      The more people we get liking the page the more complete the map will be. It's already looking good but it could be amazing.

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                        catroast RE: Tiny Iota Jun 22, 2013 01:12 PM

                        Depanneur Crescent at 1350 de Maisonneuve W has a deli counter where they prepare fresh sandwiches and salads.

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                          Tiny Iota RE: catroast Jun 22, 2013 02:26 PM

                          added.

                        2. porker RE: Tiny Iota Jun 23, 2013 06:19 AM

                          Theres a "Depanneur 7 jours" (biere/vin froid) on Cotes-des-Neiges (5889 C-d-N?) just above Linton (next to Tim Hortons in corner of Clark Radiology Building).
                          They advertise Vietnames sandwiches and won tons.
                          I dearly wanted to try them, but it was early morning on my way to get MRI on bum knee....
                          I'd put it on the map, but since I haven't tried it, don't know if its worthy. Maybe someone can offer an opinion?

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                            SnackHappy RE: porker Jun 24, 2013 10:46 AM

                            I went in there once, hoping to order a sandwich, but I found the food counter so sad that I just left. IIRC they use those mushy sub rolls for the banh mi. That doesn't cut it for me.

                          2. SnackHappy RE: Tiny Iota Jun 24, 2013 10:43 AM

                            I'm surprised no one has mentioned L'Express St-Zotique. They make some really great food.

                            http://www.expressstzotique.com

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                              catroast RE: Tiny Iota Jun 24, 2013 11:29 AM

                              there's also marche soupson and joe panini
                              the dep at jean talon and victoria has a java u

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                                Shattered RE: Tiny Iota Jun 27, 2013 09:47 PM

                                1000 Rachel E. at Parc Lafontaine Ave: dep has a full counter/ hot trays set-up serving Chinese food. Quite a decent menu, too, about 6 to 10 mains (the typical stuff on discount lunch menus in Chinatown). $7 to 9 if I recall. Was there late, though, so I've never tried or even smelled or seen it, hence I'm not going to add it to the map.

                                A new dep on St-Laurent below Marie-Anne - pretty sure it's the spot that was Viva Vegan, 4148 St-Laurent - serves homemade Indian food: butter chicken and another chicken dish, $6 or $7. But aside from samosas, they're kept refrigerated in plastic containers, so not sure that counts as having a kitchen.

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