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Montreal's Big in Japan is getting big with Chinese food (at least in terms of portions) as the renowned Japanese resto has just opened its very own Chinese buffet. Named "Maison June Rose," the new all-you-can eat looks to be equally classy and delicious.

Located on des Pins, just off St. Laurent (map), June Rose will be a "new wave Chinese buffet" (according to Eater Montreal) that will also have plenty of cocktails. Given the stylish interior and Eater's description, we're willing to bet this isn't your typical Chinese buffet, with the offered foods likely being a little more refined and creative, rather than your typical General Tao kinda stuff.

As of now, June Rose is only open for dinner, from 4pm to 12am. Here's hoping a discounted lunch buffet deal happens sooner rather than later. I could really use a Chinese food-induced food coma at 1pm, to facilitate afternoon naps.

Get all the info and any updates on Maison June Rose by heading over to the resto's official Facebook page here.

For more on all things Montreal, follow Michael on Twitter @MDAlimonte 


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