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Cuisine type

  • Portuguese,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • No Alcohol,
  • Barbecue Restaurant,
  • Portuguese Restaurant,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
Location
3907, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1X9
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  • < $10,
  • $11 To $25,

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    nath120
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    Toujours aussi bo...

    Toujours aussi bon ! Je passais dans le coins à 9h30 pour ramasser une superbe sandwich au roti de porc. Théoriquement pour diner mais.... pas capable d'attendre je l'ai mangée à 10h00 LOL. Supers sandwich au porc et au poulet. Leur poulet cuit sur broche est aussi un délice. Ça vau le détour !! je le recommande.

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    Jonathan77
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    Rôti

    Les sandwiches au poulet sont merveilleux, et que dires de leurs fameuses pommes de terres? Fantastique, rapide et sans prétention.

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    Editor’s Pick
    Cheap eats: Affordable Montreal restaurants

    Cheap eats: Affordable Montreal restaurants

    Montreal’s first Portuguese rotisserie – around since the 70s – dishing out chicken, spare ribs and – of course – natas. A cheap, dependable option on The Main if you don’t feel like cooking. At $10.99 for the whole chicken, you’re competing with supermarket prices!

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    Bob le Chef’s picks for a great sandwich in Montreal

    Bob le Chef’s picks for a great sandwich in Montreal

    A long-standing Montreal fixture, Cocorico is not just a rotisserie. You can also buy all kinds of sandwiches here. No frills at Cocorico – just good roast chicken served on fresh bread and a spicy sauce made from the cooking fat and juices. Keep a little room for a "natas", a custard tart; you will not be disappointed.

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    Where to eat when on Montreal's Main

    Where to eat when on Montreal's Main

    Montreal’s first Portuguese rotisserie, around since the ’70s, dishes out chicken and spare ribs. A cheap, dependable option if you don’t feel like cooking.

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