This is your average Joe’s anonymous (WHO KNEW THAT ONE DAY WE WOULD REMIND SOME PPL THAT A NORMAL DINER IS, IN THE FIRST PLACE, AN ANYNYMOUS PERSON DINING LIKE ANYONE ELSE AND NEEDS NOT TO BE AN EXCUSE TO SEEK FOR FAME! ) dinner reports at 3* and 2* Michelin tables. SO a NORMAL (lol) Montrealer diner who is fascinated by travels and dinings. His last initiative (The top of Montreal and Eastern Canada upscale finest dinings at http://aromes.xanga.com/) completed, he now wants to share with you his visits at some of his favourite 3* and 2* Michelin star finest tables. From the kitchen of my grandma to years of solid cooking background (traditional and modern French , African , Caribbean, Oriental), with a long time passion for all things edible (I am also a long time militant pioneer of the ”’One home, One garden …let’s democratize agriculture’ ideal ) and drinkable (long time passion for wines ), I decided that it was about time I share my experiences of the finest dinings with you.
It is while doing my searches on where to go dining that I realized that the task would be painful. I therefore decided to grab the bull by the horns: the best way would be to discover those tables myself. I am your next door Joe, paying for his own food, with his hard earned money (I pay for my own meals and earn the right to judge what I am paying for with my hard earned money), friend of no one in the food industry. I believe in the voice of honesty because it is the only way we can move forward, NOT by faking! I’ll say things the way they are: when it is great/exceptional/out of this world, I’ll say it! When it’s bad, I’ll say it is bad! No need to take shortcuts here! No need of unecessary heavy scripts, neither. But reporting things the way they are: anonymously (gone are the friends-eat-at–friends disrespectful reviews where the diner is allowed privileges that the most won’t experience! What I’ll get is what you’ll get!), with realistic opinions (Gone are the ”’I like this food because it was intellectual”" BS! All people want to know is how good the meal was!). Those are reviews by a normal diner for the normal diners. Enjoy this independant voice on Michelin star fine dinings and more (THIS IS also a conventional blog with my views on various subjects, both in French, my mother tongue, as well as in English. The 3 and 2 star restaurant reviews are listed on the left of the blog, as well as the various non-restaurant blog posts that I wrote).
In case this matters (to be taken more as a contructive piece of extra information for you to better interpret my opinions of the restaurant meals I am reviweing, to also better know your food reviewer in relation to what he is experiencing , and NOT as a deliberate intent to be pretentious; the latter having anything nothing pertinent to offer in my view), you can find my gourmand background here.