Tiffany’s MontrealPosted By Jennifer Ho May 28 2011 · 0 comments · Dining Out
Known as a kosher friendly bistro, Tiffany’s offers breakfast (served until 4 p.m.), lunch, and dinner in the mid-town area of Montreal. Many of the diners that were there during my meal seemed to be regulars, giving the atmosphere a comfortable and worn in feel despite the size of the place. The big leather booths, metal railings, and the style of the uniformed waiters and waitresses bring to mind the decor and ambiance of Baton Rouge which can be a good or a bad thing, depending on what you like.
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Tiffany’s menu covers all of its bases in regards to the breakfast menu, but the quality itself wasn’t the greatest. I ordered the breakfast parfait which was composed of homemade granola, seasonal fruit and yogurt. No complaints about the granola or the yogurt, but those aren’t too difficult to mess up. The fruit, the main component of the dish – did not taste fresh…more like it was pre-cut and refrigerated for a few days. Others I was with ordered the Monte Cristo (bacon, eggs, ham, Monterey Jack cheese between two pieces of French toast) and the bananalicious waffle (hazlenut spread, bananas) which both received lukewarm reviews. Go to Tiffany’s if you’re looking for a safe, sub-standard meal that will cost you more than you bargained for.
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