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    by Simonneeddy Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Convention centers, Recréathéque ( for in line skating), F1 Carting (go carting), ESCALADE ACTION DIRECT ( rock climbing) COSMODOME (space museum and space camp) Cross country skiing. Bike and walking trails, open air skating on The Riviere des Mille Isles. Visit the largest collection of greenhouses in Quebec.

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  • by MimiWatters Written Jul 27, 2006

    If you're allergic to peanuts STAY AWAY from this place! It's crawling with peanuts at the bar. The staff have no clue about cross-contamination and are even insulting when asked about the peanuts. To the rude waiter who told me that Loblaw's also has peanuts... it's not the same issue. It's not enough to say that you don't use peanut oil. Learn about the very real dangers of cross-contamination, how customers and staff who handle the peanuts can leave traces of peanut residue all over the restaurant and perhaps even on your plates or food. No peanut-allergic person would eat at this place, but the staff still needs to show courtesy, understanding and allergy awareness to the people who come in to inquire. Very poor attitude. And really... are peanuts THAT important to customers at the bar??

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    by Marie-Claude Written Dec 12, 2005

    Typical north american style of familial restaurant. They serve chicken and ribs. The prices are not too good for what it is. Luckily the what you can eat salad bar was free when we went. It's noisy and full and it is a very large restaurant. The waitress are nice and friendly. Service is good but the food... beurk. I took the chicken fingers that comes with cabbage salad and a lot of fries. The chicken was good alone, missing a bit of spices but the sauce that came to dip it in. Oh gosh! It was terrible, it tasted bitter... I was dreaming of Mc Donald's sweet and sour dip... can you imagine! Cedric took the chicken nuggets wrap... A bit dry and very greasy with the mayonnaise. It was a disaster... I didn't even finish half of my dish!!!

    Favorite Dish: I was desapointed since last time I went 6 years ago in the one on St Jean blvd in Dollard des Ormeaux, I liked it. Maybe they don't have the exact same recepies... I would of liked to be at St Hubert just in front, at least it would have been good...

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    by Marie-Claude Written Dec 11, 2005

    This is a medium size restaurant, smoke free! with home made cuisine. It is a very popular restaurant. If you get there past 12.30 at lunch time and 6.00 at supper time you get in line for at leat half an hour. The popularity explains the quality of the food that is served at Chalutier MLM.

    Favorite Dish: The fish and chip is home made. It is incredible! The fish is so tender and has just enough chapelure on. I loved it! I am surely going back for that! And I've been told by one of my collegues at work that goes there often, that their chicken fingers are home made too, white chiken meat with home made chapelure! Wow! I am going to taste that on next time for sure!

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Laval Nightlife

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    by Simonneeddy Written Dec 17, 2002

    My sister-in-laws wedding. A private dining room wher we ate drank danced and were merry

    Dress Code: Well dressed for a wedding and celebration

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Laval Transportation

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    by fairy_dust Written Jan 1, 2014

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    There are 3 metro stops in Laval on the orange line - Cartier, de la Concorde, and Montmorency. It's the quickest and easiest way to get there from Montreal, though only if you're going somewhere close to either one of the stations as Laval is a suburb with very limited public transit (you need to drive to go further). If you have an Opus card, you can use it to get to Laval from Montreal, but to go the other way around (from Laval to Montreal), you'll have to buy a separate ticket at the booth/kiosk - the Opus card's monthly pass is only valid for the STM (Montreal only) and not Laval's transit system.

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Laval Warnings and Dangers

  • by MimiWatters Written Jul 27, 2006

    If you're allergic to peanuts STAY AWAY from Bentley's! It's crawling with peanuts at the bar. The staff have no clue about cross-contamination and are even insulting when asked about the peanuts. To the rude waiter who told me that Loblaw's also has peanuts... it's not the same issue. It's not enough to say that you don't use peanut oil. Learn about the very real dangers of cross-contamination, how customers and staff who handle the peanuts can leave traces of peanut residue all over the restaurant and perhaps even on your plates or food. No peanut-allergic person would eat at this place, but the staff still needs to show courtesy, understanding and allergy awareness to the people who come in to inquire. Very poor attitude. And really... are peanuts THAT important to customers at the bar??

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