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Great Indian food in Montreal!

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happyiguana Jun 17, 2001 12:09 PM

We just got back from a fantastic Indian restaurant in Old town Montreal. Wonderful service, very attentive, and the food was absolutely mouthwatering.

It's called Ghandi's and it's only been open for about 1.5 months. We spent about $100 canadian and had 3 courses plus a bottle of wine.

Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

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    E.T. Hnic Jun 17, 2001 01:11 PM

    Good for you! I had European last night - appetisers were bacon butties, followed by foie gras, then sphagetti bolognese (vegetarian version), then smoked herring, then a course of goulash and finally finishing up with bratwurst. We drank Chateau d'Yquem with our meal, I'm sorry I don't remember the vintage.

    It was deliciously authentic European. The restaurant is called 'Whodeatit', address and phone number easily found in the Yellow Pages.

    ;)

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      C. Fox Jun 17, 2001 11:46 PM

      OK, I'll bite (so to speak)...what goes into vegetarian spaghetti bolognese?

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      jenny Mar 13, 2002 08:39 PM

      I have to agree. I live in western Canada and am dreaming of the day I will return to Montreal and indulge in a trip to Ghandi. The ambiance was wonderful, the food exceptional, and the service was fantastic.
      I highly reccomend it.

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