Recently discovered Tri’s restaurant in this lovely lively place near Laurier metro station. Tri Express is the place for delicious - and affordable - refined sushi and chef’s specialities. The decor is great too ! Some of you might have heard of Trì Dư because of this hilarious video of him preparing a Royal clam on a TV show that went viral a few years ago - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrtyIqSzoYI
Website
triexpressrestaurant.com
Address
Tri Express, 1650 Avenue Laurier Est, Montreal, Canada
Current city: London
Other cities: Montreal
Emmanuelle is a Swiss-Canadian animation director and illustrator living in London. She studied animation at the world renown Gobelins school in Paris. She’s been working for international client since 2004, and published a few illustrated books too.
 

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