Montreal Hosting First-Ever "Asian Street Food" Festival

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Montreal Hosting First-Ever "Asian Street Food" Festival

This summer 2017, Montreal is changing up the game and will be hosting its first-ever all-Asian food festival! This all-Asian night market, hosted by Foodfest MTL, will feature some INSANE treats that will completely blow your mind. 

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You can expect nothing but the most authentic street foods from a wide variety of Asian restaurant. You will legit be in heaven as you walk around tasting food from 20+ restaurants offering exclusive delicacies for CHEAP.

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Not only will you be able to taste and munch on some scrumptious dishes, but you can also enjoy traditional Asian performances and games! However, the best part about this food festival is that it's FREE admission. Plus, it's located at Village au Pied-du-courant!

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So, if you happen to be in Montreal Friday, August 25th from 17h00 - 23h00 or Saturday, August 26th from 11h00 - 23h00, then you MUST check out this Asian food festival (located at Village au Pied-du-courant ) that will make your summer 2017 AMAZING.

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Click here for More Info and the Facebook event link.

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