Satay Brothers: How Two Brothers Became Montreal’s Masters of Singaporean Street Cuisine

In Montreal’s Saint-Henri district, there exists a place that remains both famous and unknown, revered for their homemade Southeast Asian specialties, yet overlooked by their hawker stall in the Atwater Market food court in the summer or their small, unmarked winter location on Rue Saint-Jacques. Inspired by Singaporean and Malaysian street food classics such as…

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The Tastemakers: Na’eem Adam

Stepping into the dimly lit Café Social on Montreal’s Saint-Viateur Boulevard on a cold winter morning, six-foot-three entrepreneur and social media magnate Na’eem Adam shook my hand and humbly apologized for being a few minutes late. “Sorry, dude. Things have been a little hectic these days,” he said. With the second edition of Poutine Week…

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History Lesson: Expo 67

On April 28 2012, the city of Montreal celebrated the 45th anniversary of a landmark event that forever changed its history. This monumental event not only placed the city on a global centre stage, but was also the catalyst for Montreal’s development into one of the most cosmopolitan and distinct cities in the world. This…

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