Au Coin Berbère specializes in North African cuisine. The richness of flavours is reflected in dishes like couscous served with lamb, Quebec rabbit and Tunisian sausage (merguez) served in terracotta dishes. The restaurant has been open for over 25 years.
The exotic flavours of Morocco and North Africa are featured prominently at this restaurant with rich scents wafting throughout the dining room. This is a casual restaurant and small, seating only about 35 people for a intimate setting.
A fusion of North African, Sub-Saharran African and Caribbean cuisine is on the menu of this Cote-des-Neiges neighborhood restaurant. Authentic flavors and ingredients make for a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
Opened in 1974, the popularity of this restaurant has stood the test of time. Entering the dining room is like stepping into Tunisia with a strong blue and white theme and decoration. But it is the menu that keeps patrons coming back; couscous, grilled chicken, brochette, tajine, brik (like a crepe) and salads are served in abundance.
Specializing in cuisine from the small island of La Réunion, near Madagascar, Le Piton de la Fournaise blends African, Indian and French influences in its menu Customers can dine on octopus, shark and other seafood dishes accompanied by their own bottle of wine. Closed Mondays.
Escape from the hustle and bustle of Montreal and enter into an African world full of animal prints and rich decor. This restaurant provides a respite especially from Montreal's winters with a spicy mix of Ethiopian dishes. A variety of stews are served comprised mainly of vegetables and meat such as beef, chicken or lamb. Utensils are provided but the authentic way to eat is with injera--a pancake-like spongy bread to scoop food up with.
While Senegalese cuisine is not often replicated in Montreal, it is the regular menu at Keur Fatou--a cuisine rich in peanuts, fresh vegetables, fish and meats. The menu changes daily. Also a specialty is the owner's storytelling of Senegal's legends on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Restaurant l'Etoile de Tunis
While Tunisian food is not a common cuisine featured in Montreal restaurants, this restaurant proves it to be a popular option drawing in a regular clientele for couscous, bold meats and spicy seafoods. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly with Tunisian decor and Arab music.
A perfect small and cozy atmosphere is found at La Khaïma complementing the rich Morrocan and African menu featured here. Relax on pillows and sit on carpet for an authentic experience that includes dishes such as soups, couscous dishes, stews and tajines--a selection of which changes daily.