Hi, I am graduating from McGill in two weeks' time. My 80-year-old Jewish grandparents, along with my parents, will be attending the ceremony, and we would like to all go out for a celebratory dinner afterward. However, there are a few problems with this.
Normally, my parents and I would head out for some sort of ethnic feast involving a lot of shellfish, at a restaurant in Chinatown or maybe La Sala Rossa. But my grandparents a) aren't that adventurous and b) will eat non-kosher meat at a restaurant but not pork and probably not shellfish. French cuisine (like Au pied du cochon) probably isn't that good of an idea either. I still want to have a really nice dinner, though! After all it is my graduation!
My first thought for something that's sort of in the area is Moishes. Does anyone have any other suggestions??