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    Delicatessen recommendations

    Can someone recommend a good delicatessen? I want to pick up some turkey and smoked meat. I have a small fridge where I am staying and I am getting tired of having to go out to restaurants everyday.
    I spent most of my money on beer and women. The rest, I wasted.

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    If you're staying downtown, you can't go wrong with my favorite place to eat, Reuben's Deli. They make a great Super Smoked Meat & also a great Smoked Turkey Sandwich. Check it out:

    Reuben's Deli Restaurant, 1116 rue Ste-Catherine O, Montréal, QC (514) 866-1029‎

    http://maps.google.ca/maps?oe=utf-8&...ed=0CDIQnwIwBA

    http://www.gayot.com/restaurants/reu...2ml071002.html

    http://www.montrealplus.ca/montreal/...et_language=en
    Last edited by Doc Holliday; 05-28-2010 at 09:10 PM.

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    i agree they make a very good smoked meat sandwich/platter, and its VERY filling for the price
    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    If you're staying downtown, you can't go wrong with my favorite place to eat, Reuben's Deli. They make a great Super Smoked Meat & also a great Smoked Turkey Sandwich. Check it out:

    Reuben's Deli Restaurant, 1116 rue Ste-Catherine O, Montréal, QC (514) 866-1029‎

    http://maps.google.ca/maps?oe=utf-8&...ed=0CDIQnwIwBA

    http://www.gayot.com/restaurants/reu...2ml071002.html

    http://www.montrealplus.ca/montreal/...et_language=en

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-4Roger View Post
    You can no go wrong with CHENOY'S.....open 25 hours
    3 locations = Montreal West-Island, Laval, Brossard
    http://www.chenoys.com/
    Thanks. Can you please tell me if one of the locations is near a metro station?
    I spent most of my money on beer and women. The rest, I wasted.

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    snowdon deli, lester's deli

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    "The Main" on the west side of St Laurent a block and a bit north of avenue des pins, just across the street from Schwartz.

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    It would help if we knew where you are located, I am sure that you do not want to spend an hour or more in travel time to pick up a meal. Do you have a microwave oven. If you do than this would expand your choices of food you can keep in the fridge and prepare for yourself. Here are my suggestions.

    - Find a supermarket that has a deli counter, they can slice you up some cold cuts. The cold cuts in the cryo-vac bags never seem to taste as good.

    - If you are close to Pine and St. Laurent ( close to Swarzts smoked meat place ) One place that I go to pick up a smoked meat sandwich is Slovania, it is a deli counter where you can get a hot sandwich to take out or other cold cuts. A hot smoked meat sandwich is $4.50. ( About 1 block south of Pine on St Laurent on the east side )

    - Spice up your sandwiches with special sauce. I mix 80% mayonnaise, 10% Dijon mustard, and 10% Presidents Choice horse radish mayonnaise together. ( Add ore or less Dijon mustard and or horse radish mayonnaise to suit your taste ) It really makes a difference, once you try it you will never go back to plain mayonnaise.
    Last edited by GTA refugee; 05-29-2010 at 10:56 PM.

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    My list of top 5 Deli's

    1. Abby's on St. johns blvd

    2. Shwartz on St. Laurent (classic)

    3. Georges on st. Martin

    4. Briskets on Beaver Hall

    5. Main on St. laurent

    The 6th is a tie between dunns, and snowdon delli, and deli boys on cote ste luc.
    This is based on best deli, not just best smoked meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy G View Post
    1. Abby's on St. johns blvd

    2. Shwartz on St. Laurent (classic)

    3. Georges on st. Martin

    4. Briskets on Beaver Hall

    5. Main on St. laurent

    The 6th is a tie between dunns, and snowdon delli, and deli boys on cote ste luc.
    This is based on best deli, not just best smoked meat.
    Abby's on ST. John blvd, any chance that it is owned and operated by Abby the escort. If it is i am going to drop by and see if i can get her to unretire

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    Schwartz's #1.

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