- Dress code: Casual
- Entertainment: Bands, storytelling nights, and more
- Heart-healthy dishes
- No Credit Cards
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Le Cagibi Restaurant Review: Le Cagibi is an all-vegetarian hangout in Montréal's Mile End area, and it’s associated with the alternative, tech-savvy folk and the city’s creative class. Coffee isn’t the focus (it’s not even very special); it’s all about the sandwiches and tacos oozing with melting cheese. Breakfast burritos come with egg or tofu and are served with salsa, yogurt and nachos; the “chilad” salad combines chili, mixed greens and fresh vegetables; and the quesadilla has mixed spicy vegetables and cheese paired with mango salsa, yogurt and salad. Wine and beer are available. The ambience is decidedly retro, and the one-time pharmacy boasts a strange décor that includes poetry dispensed from cigarette machines, piles of children’s books, old chairs and a wide array of quirky objects.