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BaZaAR Anise Grillades et Compagnie Review

October 18th, 2007 · 1 Comment · French Restaurants, Market, Montreal Restaurants


On Restaurant Bazaar Anise Chef Deck Says:

I will trade 22 of one humped camel and 4 of two humped in trade for your delicious food for life. Yes ladies and gents this means that I’m a huge fan of Montreal Restaurant Bazaar Anise’s Mediterranean bistro delights. Here you’re not gonna find the typical Daou Restaurant (that I adore) type meal but rather a burst of creativity incorporated into traditional Middle Eastern Cuisine (all created by renowned chef Racha Bassoul). We started our meal with an array of amazingly delicious appetizers, curry and lentil soup, grilled sardines, sesame encrusted falafel, vegetarian samosas, grilled cheese and perfectly cooked grilled octopus in an orange marinade. For the main course we opted for a seamlessly cooked grilled salmon in a maple marinade, and grilled cornish hen in a yogurt marinade which was the sole dish of the night that I felt lacked a little luster. All and all Bazaar Anise I don’t think that your reincarnation of restaurant Anise is better but you’re definitely a shining star as far as Montreal Bistro restaurants go.

Food: 8.948234436/10
Price: Forty dollarsish a person/10
Service: attentive as a golden retriever/10

Chef Deck signing out!

BaZaAR Anise Montreal Restaurant Information

104 rue Laurier Ouest, Outremont, Montreal
Phone: 514-276-6999
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 6pm – midnight
Payment: Amex, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa, Interac
Capacity: 45 people

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  • Sedrik

    I went to Anise before it closed and I have to say I was not the biggest fan. But I was very impressed with Bazaar Anise when I recently dined there. The food was great and the prices reasonable. I would definitely go back again.