(Tuna & Salmon Bowl)
Yes, with all the holiday season shopping and outings, I'm really trying to squeeze every dollar in my wallet. And being a foodie, cheap eat doesn't not mean compromising on taste! That's why my friend and I decided to have lunch at Kazu, a local japanese izakaya on the west side of downtown Montreal.
This tiny little bistro doesn't take reservations and only seats about 20, so line-ups are part of the game. Even at 2pm, there were still two couples in front of me when I arrived. But once you see the colourful dishes and smell the grill, you just know it's worth waiting!
Today, I had the tuna and salmon bowl (always a hit) and my friend got the 48hr pork (warm any tummy on a cold winter day). Sooooo satisfying! And at $15 and $9 respectively, this is my kind of cheap eat!