On Café Vasco Da Gama Montreal Chef Deck says:
For those of you who don’t mind spending twenty bucks on a quality sangwich and salada (and don’t want to feel violated like at Soupe Soup) Montreal restaurant Café Vasco Da Gama is sure to tantalize your taste buds. Walking into this cafe smacks you across the face with fine memories of quaint little spots from drunken days in the Algarve. They change their menu of sandwiches, salads, hot dishes, and desserts daily and everything is of the freshest and highest quality. On the days that I’m feeling a little gluttonous I’ll order the fois gras burger (Sofa King good), but on this particular day i had a grilled chicken sandwich with grilled veggies, kalamata olives and curry mayo, accompanied by a barley salad with chorizo (My partner had the salad trio which was Sofa King good too). Another thing I love about this place is that I can end every meal with a coveted Illy espresso. All I have to say is if you need a godfather for your children Mr. Café Vasco Da Gama I’m your man!
Service: Friendly cafeteria style with drop off at table/10
Customers: I think they hire models with low self esteem who just couldn’t hack it in the biz to sit and look pretty/10
Chef Deck signing out!
Café Vasco Da Gama Information
1472, Peel, Cross street Maisonneuve, Downtown, Montréal, QC
Phone Number: 514-286-2688
Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Interac
Hours: Mon – Wed 7:00 am – 7:00 pm, Thurs – Fri 7:00 am – 9:00 pm, Weekends 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Cuisine: Sandwiches, Portuguese
Thanks to voula for pointing out that the Bernard location has now closed
1257, Bernard corner Champagneur, Outremont, Montreal, QC
Phone Number: 514-272-2688