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    Le Milsa

    I am going there this weekend and would like some feedback. I know it must have been talked about

    before in the new restaurant thread but I dont have time to sift through that topic.

    I heard there is a belly dancing show every night from 8 - 9 as well has anyone seen it, is it worth

    being there at that time for the show?

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    I'm on my way to work. I'll reply to your post later this evening
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    Quote Originally Posted by master_bates View Post
    I am going there this weekend and would like some feedback. I know it must have been talked about

    before in the new restaurant thread but I dont have time to sift through that topic.

    I heard there is a belly dancing show every night from 8 - 9 as well has anyone seen it, is it worth

    being there at that time for the show?
    Ok, first of all the correct name is Le Milsa and not La Milsa

    Here's their website.
    http://www.lemilsa.com/

    I've been to the one in Laval and the one in dowtown Montreal. When I went to the Laval location there were no brazucas in the restaurant : all the staff was Québécois. In other words there's less atmosphere in this location (I guess it's the same thing for the Brossard location).

    In the Bishop location you'll be able to find more or less a Brazilian atmosphere: the owner is Brazuca and so is (most of) the staff. If you like grilled meat (churrasco) this is the place in Montreal. For 30$ (icluding a coffe and a desert which is grilled pineapple (abacaxi) with cinamon or iced cream (sorvete) ) you can eat all the meat you want. The staff comes to your table with meat on a turnstile (rodizio) and they cut it for you. You can have different cuts of beef, sausage, turkey with bacon, lamb (it impressed my Brazilian guests because it's not served in churrascaria in Brazil. They liked it very much) and many other type of meat.
    You have also rice,champignons sautés (congumelos), salad and sweet potatoes. (They can bring more when it's finished).

    I'm not aware of a belly dancer there. There's a thing however that I dont't like. On giant TV screens they show videos of the Rio carnival. I guees that for those who have never been there it may be entertaining. I don't like also the way that they are dressed: they wear the jersey of the Brazilian seleção soccer team. Maybe it's distinctive and reminds people of Brazil but in my case I would prefer to see the women in sexy nice dresses (in tanga! No, after all, it's a family restaurant... ) If I'm not mistaken in Fogo do chão (wihich is a chain of churrascaria in Brazil with some branchez in the States the staff is dress gaucho style.

    The staff is corteous and the meal is good. I hope you will enjoy your meal down there.
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    Thank you for the detailed review.

    I will go and come back with a review of my very own.

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    It's not a belly dancing show (that's Arabic), but there are scantily clad women who give a very nice *Samba* dance there (at the downtown location). I've seen it often, so I can confirm it's always on, but I don't remember at exactly what time.

    The girls are sexy, but it's not a long show so I would NOT go there for the show. But if you like churascarias, and a good atmosphere, then it's a nice place.

    Not for vegetarians!

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    yea i wouldnt go there just for the show but the food is great and the pinapple is dope, the girls that do that carnival dance are really hot and ALLLLLmost naked but its more fun then slutty but the staff is hot too....but its restraunt not a hooters

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    Protagoras was spot on with his review.

    The waiters were all wearing Ronaldinho jerseys but were all very nice and courteous to the clients.

    The food was deliscious and $30 is a good deal for what you get.

    The show involved a beautiful brazilian babe doing a samba dressed in a short grass skirt with thong underneath.

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