Montréal Eats: Restaurant Au Tarot

Everything is served in a very large bowl with a very generous portion of food.  Service was very friendly.  They really stuff you up here.  There is more than enough food for two people to share.  It’s a simple homecooked meal that anyone can try if you want to try an ethnic food in Montréal.  Excellent food but I think it’s too expensive.

My ratings: ❤❤❤❤
Price range: $$-$$$

Couscous (semolina grains)
Well-cooked and isn’t dried up.

Made with zucchini, carrots, onions, turnips, chickpeas and chicken.
It’s a nice vegetable broth, I just wished there was more spice in it because it was a bit too bland.

Couscous Royal
Poulet, agneau, merguez
It contained half of a chicken, a giant lamb shank and two long pieces of lamb sausages.  Everything was very flavourful and moist after the long-hours of slow roasting.  The broth was great with couscous.

With nut/dates filling, and citrus flavouring.  It was a complimentary dessert 🙂

Mint Tea
It’s not oversweet and there’s plenty of fresh mint in the teapot.

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Restaurant Au Tarot
500 Rue Marie-Anne Est Montréal, QC H2J‎
(514) 849-6860