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COMPASS MAGAZINE, September 2005

MONTREAL SPORTS SALOON


(04) 2462-1100
37, FuRui Street, XiTun District (near Tunghai u)
/Hours:6 pm-12 am (open to 3 am Fri/Sat )

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--By Uvia Chang, translated by Cara Steenstra

Jacques Dubois and Dwayne Ripley--both native Canadians from Montreal--fell in love with Taiwan and decided to open up their own Montreal Sports Saloon with a great selection of authentic Western food and drinks. With a combination of French, North American and a little bit of Asian styles, this saloon is quite cozy, with only a few tables and a small room upstairs. The walls are decorated with a few imported sporting outfits and sporting gear and the TV plays sports channels from different countries. A nice music selection makes the environment very comfortable. Take a seat at the bar, chat with the owner and you might feel like you've been transported to a nice little pub in another country. Scotch whiskey, brandy and vodka are available by the glass or bottle. Beers are priced between NT$100 and NT$200. Wines, cocktails and champagne are also available and they even sell a few imported cigars. Pizzas and oven-baked sandwiches on French bread are on the menu. The Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich on Rye with Fries (NT$280), using a sumptuous smoked meat, has all the authentic flavors. For appetizers, try the Escargot de Bourgogne (NT$150) or the Poutine (NT$130), which is french fries with gravy and cheese--a very popular snack in Quebec.

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