Muvbox MontrealPosted By Jennifer Ho Jun 12 2011 · 0 comments · Snacks & Street Food
Made from an old shipping container and equipped with solar panels, Muvbox is meant to be self-sustainable and an easy to set up pop up restaurant. Situated between the old Farine Five Roses factory and the De La Commune Park by the water, Muvbox is a small, compact “fast food” restaurant serving gourmet lobster rolls and clam chowder.
The lobster roll and the chowder soup are practically the only two items on the menu. The two specials offered differ only in the size of the bowl for the soup – otherwise, both include one lobster roll, one bag of Lays Original flavored chips and a small packet of oyster crackers. The lobsters are freshly caught which makes the meat all the more tender and delicious. The soup is fresh as well, with pieces of potatoes, clams, celery, and onions thickening the broth and making it a hearty appetizer to the roll. It is served in a simple paper box that is easily recyclable. Service is fast and the complimentary seating area allows for a pleasant view while being outdoors.
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