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Can anyone tell me more about a'Lo's?


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I was wondering if anyone could tell me more about A'lo's? (Don't know if this is spelled correctly)

Our chef is cooking there during the upcoming festival in your beautiful city and I was wondering if someone could give me some info on the place.

What type of food, location and their opinion on the establishment in general.

I would appreciate any and all replies.

I'm just curious.

Thanks in advance :biggrin:

Oyster Guy

"Why then, the world is mine oyster, which I with sword, shall open."

William Shakespeare-The Merry Wives of Windsor

"An oyster is a French Kiss that goes all the way." Rodney Clark

"Oyster shuckers are the rock stars of the shellfish industry." Jason Woodside

"Obviously, if you don't love life, you can't enjoy an oyster."

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be sure it is the best (unfortunate also most expensive) byo resto

this means you can bring your own nice bottle of wine to go with super food but there is no charge to open the bottle like corkage in usa

they have good quality wine glasses to match your nice bottles

to pay for all this the food is not cheap. this is not like the image of BYO in montreal which is cheap food for a local dinner

see the web site for the kind of food it is very good

location is trendy mile end with a lot of studios and fashion and bars

crowd is wine lovers with a big budget

you will see some grand wines open at the tables next to you so this is more a place of good strong flavors to go with wine

the owner have another 2 restos, one cheaper (O THYM) one almost in the same range (LES INFIDELES) that have more complex foods including excellent foie gras and amazing duck from quebec. this resto is older so not as fancy and a bit cheaper than a l'os

next to it is BU a wine bar that locals like but it is not a favorite for me

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Oyster Guy, why don't you tell us a little bit about your chef and resto... There are many places to choose from on the Festival this year. A little guidence is helpful to narrow down our choices.

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Tell your chef, he/she must be well groomed as the kitchen is truly in the dining room, no nakedness in kitchen please ! Also, should an order create a lot of smoke, it can overtake the place for some seats. It's a nice little place.

Suggest that you check out our website www.bearfootbistro.com

Our kitchen is the centerpiece of our dining room.

And she is very beautiful.

And she can cook like an angel.

"Why then, the world is mine oyster, which I with sword, shall open."

William Shakespeare-The Merry Wives of Windsor

"An oyster is a French Kiss that goes all the way." Rodney Clark

"Oyster shuckers are the rock stars of the shellfish industry." Jason Woodside

"Obviously, if you don't love life, you can't enjoy an oyster."

Eleanor Clark

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