1000 grammes is an average sandwich place. Stopped by for lunch with the family and we had a pretty non-memorable meal. The good – it had great variety for mom/dad and picky daughter and hungry son. The average – we were discussing the meals we had at the end of our stay in Montreal and no one could remember what they had. I ended up referring to the receipt – one of us had the El Super Guido which had chicken, avocado, salsa and cheese and was probably the best sandwich of the bunch. I had the Sky which had chicken, avocado, pineapple, mango among the ingredients. While the mango and pineapple were generous, I don’t really remember them having much taste – they certainly didn’t add much to the sandwich. My son had the traditional – which was kinda over-breaded. The bread was tasty but so thick that we cut it down for him. The daughter had her favorite – bagel with cream cheese which she enjoyed. I also had a margarita which, again, was OK. Didn’t really get much alcohol and it wasn’t that sour taste you like from a margarita.
This place was real close to our place in Montreal and thus too convenient to avoid. If I stayed at the same place, we’d probably go again but I wouldn’t go out of my way for this place.
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