Pizzeria No 900

What to order: Margherita Bianca pizza (olive oil, cherry tomatoes, oregano, mozzarella di Bufala, basil, parmesan) or Spicy Pancetta with figs pizza (olive oil, goat cheese, rucola salad and balsamic vinegar).

I am not the kind of girl who wakes up at night thinking about pizza, but the one served at pizza No. 900 definitely creates some kind of addiction. The quality of the fresh ingredients they use mixed with their perfect crust would make anyone melt from the inside. You’ll be happy to know that they recently add a new location to their already extensive list of restaurants, with the oppening of a new eatery in Westmount.

 

 

Flyjin

What to order: Since the menu is curated by Antonio Park himself, better seize the occasion to try one of his renown fish dishes, like Yuzu Hamachi sashimi (Japanese Amberjack tuna sashimi and yuzu sauce) and Binnaga Maguro Tataki (Albacore tuna tataki, Montreal steak spices and seasonal vegetables).

Both izakaya-style restaurant and speakeasy bar, Flyjin could be summed up at this Japanese super club where all the beautiful people go to have a good time and dance all night to the sound of house music. This autumn, make sure to stop by to experience their Gold Thursdays’ night; a weekly happening offering cocktails created by a renown guest bartender and Kobe beef bites.

 

Perles et Paddock

What to order: Le Foie Gras cocktail (Armagnac, Foie Gras, Demerara sugar) to start the night on a high note, followed by their Sunchokes & Quinoa (King Oyster Chips, Mustard Seeds, BBQ Onions).

You go Pearls & Paddock to spend the night in the most Instagram-worthy atmosphere and you end up eating an impressive meal that’ll be a real treat. I even bet you’ll still think about it long after you left the place. Don’t try to define their cuisine -somewhere between modern French cuisine and seafood plates- and simply enjoy the experience. You are in the newest and trendiest restaurant in town after all!

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