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Façons thé Olympic Village in Montreal, the Jardin Tiki was a Canadian Chinese cuisine all-you-can-eat buffet. It was famous for its kitsch Polynesian decor, Tiki cocktails, and ponds with live turtles. It was also open all days long: perfect for those who don't take part in catholic celebrations.
For My Happy Foods, I always love to eat Japanese food. It's always a treat to get it for takeaway or to visit a restaurant and get some amazing sushi, seafood, ramen, and more! I love it all... the food was a highlight when I visited Japan!
Les Vivres (now Aux Vivres) was the first vegan restaurant in Montreal. Their famous végélox is a faux smoked salmon spread made with shredded carrots, parsil, dulse flakes, liquid smoke, lemon Juice and olive oil. They still serve végélox, but it's now full of garnishes and it costs 12.75$.
Growing up in the Netherlands we ate many traditional “mash-up” meals, but this recipe is one that ticks all the happy boxes for me! Translated to English it means “Farmer’s cabbage” or as one of my nieces says “Kale Mash”. A warm comfort on a chilly day while thinking about the beautiful Dutch countryside that I miss.
My happy meal is the Japanese zaru udon which is a simple summertime dish of icy cold udon noodles traditionally served on a bamboo sieve plate paired with dipping sauce. It is often served with tempura, but it is just as delicious on it's own! :)