(Montreal, Canada) • Dining experience with a 60-70s feel. A must when you are in Montreal!
Ambiance: The restaurant is pretty big and uniquely decorated. They have a jukebox, colourful booths, old photos of famous artists, athletes, etc.. The music was not too loud and there is a fun, family vibe. We went to the St. Hubert location after a few hours of shopping in the stores around and it was a nice time.
Service: Fast, friendly and efficient. We didn’t need to wait to have a table. Our waiter was fully bilingual. He didn’t take long to bring us our drinks. He came to check in on us when after we got our food and to bring the bill after.
Cleanliness: The table, utensils and glasses were clean. There were crumbs on my seat and I wiped off with a napkin.
Food wait time: Very fast! The place was half full but it didn’t take time at all.
Food Presentation: It looked fresh, colourful and very appetizing. It smells delicious!
Portion: Our plates were quiet big! I finished mine and was stuffed.
Taste: We had the lunch specials and with chicken kebab. My mom loved the salad and the potato, I particularly loved the barbecued chicken and would order it again.
Price: Average. Worth for the experience and quantity of food.
From: Nickels Deli
Where: 1345 Ontario St E, Montreal, QC H2L 1R8
Phone: (514) 303-6622
Parking: On the Street.