I did some searching already to find out more about Le Piton de la Fournaise -- but did not come up with much except that it is BYOB.
Anyone have any thoughts on the food, recommendations on what to order, etc.?
We'll be visiting Montreal later this month and likely to do Brunoise and Au Pied, but would like something a little different to add to the dinner itinerary.
Any other recommendations for fun, interesting, and non-traditional cuisine would also be much appreciated.
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