Restaurant Review: Kiss Grill

Imagine that you have some problems in your life, so need to talk to someone close, and you just need to grab one or two bottles of beer to talk deeply with them. You probably don’t want to go to pubs that are full-filled with people and noise because it’s so hard to have any serious conversation. So, you want to be at some place where is cozy, small, and quiet. 

In the center of Montreal downtown, near Concordia University (SGW), there is the perfect place for it, call ‘Kiss Grill’.

‘Kiss Grill’ is Japanese/Chinese grill place serving skewered stuffs. As I mentioned above, this place is more like after-dinner place to have one glass of beer. In Japan, this type of place is called ‘Izakaya’.  That is why most of dishes are very small like 3-4 small brochettes. So, for a tip, I recommend u to have supper before.

My choice:

Grilled srimp, chicken, vegetable

Grilled beef with Japanese cucumber salade and sitr-fried rice

As I recommended, I also had the supper before, so I just ordered a pitcher of beer and 3 kinds of brochettes; pork, beef, shrimp. I can’t really say that the food was awesome, but I was satisfied enough, and it actually went well with beer.

Each dish had 3 brochettes, so it seemed so tiny amount. But pricewise, it was reasonable.

It was a cozy and comfortable place, and perfect to have quiet night with my closest friends.

Price: $, $$

Location: 1858 Rue Ste-Catherine O, Montreal,

Phone: 514. 288. 2269

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Categories: Asian restaurant review

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