kazu

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Kazu is a popular Japanese izakaya-style restaurant, in downtown Montreal, that we've been wanting to try for awhile. We visited it on, what felt like, the coldest day of the (otherwise mild) winter and stood outside for about 30 minutes to get a seat in the crowded restaurant. Kazu was well worth the wait; it's definitely one of the best restaurants in Montreal. The tables are so cramped together that you can't help but check out what other people are ordering, and overhear their conversations about the food. A guy seated nearby told us we had to order the pork neck, so we went for it. I complied with his specific, and unsolicited, instruction of eating it without cutlery.  For dessert, I got the sake soft serve and Mina had the earl grey ice cream - essentially ground tea leaves sprinkled on top of vanilla soft serve (which she thought was a genius idea). -Alex

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  1. That looks delicious!

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  2. Looks amazing! And Earl Grey ice cream? Yum

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  3. I would have skipped straight to dessert!

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  4. Your pictures are always fantastic! You should write a Montreal illustrated guide book...for real!

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  5. We were just looking for a good Japanese restaurant in Montreal - the timing is excellent! I think we'll go give it a try! :)

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  6. I totally would have gotten the Sake soft serve, too. How inventive. this looks like a really cool spot.

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  7. i've yet to visit montreal but i'm thinking a weekend trip might be something to do before the year's out....

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  8. Lovely Kazu. Food is tasty, there.
    Wrote a little article on Kazu and my other top Isakayas in Mtl: http://tinyurl.com/bpp5dmc

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