Interest all lovers of Japanese tradition and delicacies! As component of Japan Week, the YATAI MTL festival is coming to the Marché des possibles to offer you Japanese road food stuff delights, as very well as a host of other pursuits.
From June 6 to 12, Japan 7 days offers Montrealers the option to master much more about Japan’s abundant culture and, previously mentioned all, to get pleasure from tasty Japanese road food stuff. All over the week, some forty dining places and outlets across the town will be presenting a specific menu of Japanese road meals and several items that will enable you to recognize the diversity of flavours from the land of the rising solar.
Yakitori, ramen, temaki, poké, sandos, matcha ice cream, Japanese cheesecakes: these are just a couple of of the mouthwatering specialties to be uncovered on the gourmand tour offered by the occasion.
YATAI MTL: Japanese avenue food in the spotlight
The festivities will culminate with YATAI MTL from June 10 to 12, a a few-day celebration of Japanese avenue food at the Marché des Possibles and the wonderful Entrepôt 77 in Mile Close. Fleurs & Cadeaux, Okeya, Nakamichi, Ichigo Ichie and quite a few other eating places will be serving up common Japanese street foods, and you are going to be able to stock up on good Japanese goods and souvenirs in the seller region.
Website visitors will also be equipped to acquire element in a amount of actions, including a Shiba and Akita gathering (two breeds of canine native to Japan), a film screening, musical performances and a tribute to the Japanese tunes of the 1980s.
The greatest part? It’s free of charge and open to all – even your 4-legged friends!
Japan Week: Our recommendations for spots to check out
Fleurs & Cadeaux, 1002 Saint-Urbain Street
For Chef Shimizu’s tasty French-motivated Japanese delicacies and the incomparable atmosphere.
Uncle Tetsu, 1408 Pierce Street
If you’ve by no means experienced a Japanese cheesecake, Uncle Tetsu is the professional in Montreal.
Osmo X Marusan, 51 Sherbrooke Road West
Enable by yourself be tempted by a delectable sando (Japanese sandwich), or a katsu pork or kaarage chicken curry.
Matcha Zanmai, 1428 Mackay Street
End by this matcha bar to consider the awesome matcha ice cream and the tasty doroyaki: Japanese pastries crammed with purple bean paste.
Umami Ramen & Izakaya, 6660 Clark Street
We feel Umami can make some of the very best ramen in Montreal plus, it is also vegan.
Au Pied de Cochon, 536 Duluth Ave East
Flavours of Japan at Au Pied de Cochon? That is right! Martin Picard’s famous cafe features several Japanese-impressed dishes, like a foie gras nigiri, sea urchin temaki, and duck tartare.
June 10 to 12 at Marché des Possibles and Entrepôt 77, 77 Bernard Road East, Montreal
- June 10th from 5pm to 11pm
- June 11 from 12pm to 11pm
- June 12 from 12pm to 8pm
Written by Mikael Lebleu
Images by Yasuko Tadokoro