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Ma’tine Owners Are Back With A No-Tips Neighbourhood Bistro

French techniques with Asian influences Petite-Patrie has a brand new neighbourhood resto, as Bistro Rosie is now open on Bélanger Street, at Fabre. It comes from two owners of much loved, now-closed Village brunch restaurant Ma’tine, Jérémy Daniel-Six and Sophie Duchastel de Montrouge. While Ma’tine was very much a daytime place, 30-seat Rosie is focused much more on becoming a neighbourhood dinner spot (although Saturday brunch is on the menu), according to Duchastel de Montrouge.
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