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Review: After all the years that I've been going here, probably now is as good a time as any to write a review. I've seen this place go through a lot of changes over the years, mostly good. Thank goodness when they renovated a few years ago, they also renovated the service and have staff that smile and actually interact with you. The BLT chapati wrap is always spot on, but so is the Mekong. I substitute the tofu with tempeh and it's even better, although they do have a fantastic grilled tofu. The specials of the day are also great, one of my favourites being the beet latkes with their delicious tzaziki. For an entree, the chana paratha is so good, as is the cornbread with guacamole. The poutine, I'm not so crazy about. First, because i don't like potato wedges, and second, I think it's just too expensive($14 or $15) for what it is. Otherwise, I'm never disappointed with what i order. If you have any space left for dessert, the choco-banana pie is something not to miss. I've eaten many other dishes, but these are the ones that stand out for me. I always take anyone visiting Montreal here. Sometimes at peak hours there is a line, but it's worth the wait.