Experience a delicious fusion of Szechuan Chinese and Taiwanese cuisines at Montreal’s Restaurant Gia Ba, where Chef Andy Su has made NDG’s Monkland Village the home of his seasoned woks.
Whether you’re looking for an intimate meal with friends or are celebrating with a group, there’s something for everyone on our extensive menu of authentic dishes.
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“Nothing the likes of Gia Ba have been seen in this borough”
I was comforted knowing that Chef Su’s seasoned woks made their way uptown, perfuming the air and gracing the residents of NDG with a little more culture and a glimpse into the east. Although Szechuan restaurants do exist in the area, nothing the likes of Gia Ba have been seen in this borough and to be quite honest, it’s a welcomed addition. If you’re not in to spicy foods, they do have tamer dishes on their menu, but that would defeat the purpose of eating at an authentic Szechuan restaurant. << Read the full review >>
“N.D.G. really won the draw on this one”
N.D.G. really won the draw on this one… This is a place that wants to do it right. There are clean premises with a ventilation system that wafts wonderful smells over the room, servers who are super accommodating and willing to share their knowledge, and a dedicated chef-owner who cares about quality and makes the rounds of customers whenever he gets a break. << Read the full review >>