Respond to Review of CLOSED: TribuTerre Bistro
Review: My wife and I went to this restaurant during our stay in Montreal. We braved the rain and eventually arrived there a little soggy even with our umberallas but luckily the pizzas made up for the weather. The restaurant is fairly small but cozy with a nice atmosphere. The owner/chef is friendly and she made the dough and pizzas in view of the customers at the back of the restaurant. We ended up having two pizzas at first and then getting a third one afterwards (since we didn't have breakfast nor lunch we were starving!). We got the three 10" pizzas for around $31 (tip was extra but no extra tax charged). Our first two pizzas were very good. I can't remember what they were but they were vegan ones (only four vegan pizzas on the menu although you can "create your own" if you'd like) and delicious. The third pizza was interesting in that it had lemon on it! I never imagined lemon could be anyway involved with a pizza but it was very good and unique. It was my wife's favourite of the three. The restaurant is highly recommended especially if you are wishing to have a vegan pizza while travelling.