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Taking out foreign business partners


Salomon
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Hi all,

I need your help: I'm taking out chinese business partners (men and women) and a colleague out for a night in town... but none of them is very open minded about trying new stuff. Just to give you an example, my colleague (he 's a baton rouge kind of guy) looked scared when looking at the pied de cochon menu; it's that bad!

I'd like to take them out to a nice (enough) place either downtown, plateau, main or old montreal area (and treat myself at the same time!). I thought of:

- The Keg (urgh)

- Queue de Cheval

- Pied de Cochon (keeping hopes alive!)

- Moishe's

- Café Ferreira

You guy have any suggestions? Thanks,

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What about le mas des oliviers, on Bishop street? It is very nice. Warm and generous atmosphere. Traditional french cooking. Can't go wrong. If you want something that is not on the menu, just ask, it is that kind of place...

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Chinese business visitors who are not adventurous? And, you live in Montreal??

Can you say: CHINATOWN????? :huh:

Italian "could" be a good choice. If these guys are from China, they may try French cuisine for the adventure and appearance and "host appeasing", BUT not generally because they love it or even want it. Butter? euchhhh.

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