Amazing quality. Meats are superb and very low priced. Wonderful place, only drawbacks are the huge crowds, but I guess that's how they're able to always have fresh meats and produce.
very good but we can't find flyer online
very good quality, very good place, and we can found anything , even our friends. BUT THE FLYER ISN'T ON LINE
I like the selection of fruits and vegetables. Their baklava is to die for!!!! The only thing that really needs improvement is their parking area. It is very difficult to find a decent parking on most days.
Adonis is a great alternative to the chain supermarkets. Really fresh pitas, freshly baked cheese or thyme croissants, etc, And of course a great and tasty selection of ready made dishes. I like their weekly special of shish taouk or felafel, etc. Usually their other specials are also worth it although lately they have gone up! Many cash registers so wait is minimal. Two annoying drawbacks parking (at Sauv branch) and lack of online weekly flyer.
Great quality food and has everything you can think of
its excellent. sara thank you
i was a montreal with my son a last summer I visited ADONIS I LIKE IT BE CAUSE THERE IS A LOT OF FOODS OF liban pk good bye malia
It tantalizes the senses and tempts you to buy. The colour, the experience of having tasted, the hustle and bustle is all part of the experience of shopping at Marché Adonis on Sauvé. Another added bonus is you are most likely to bump into someone you haven't seen in a while and allows for a quick and friendly exchange.
It is my favourite of all places to shop.
A few months ago we went to an event where we have ate souvlakis from Adonis and they were very good. Then last week, we tought it would be a great idea for a familly supper, so we bought chicken and pork souvlakis. None of these were good and everybody has been sick during the next day. This kind of quality is not acceptable at all, but I know they can still deliver some good products. But, I won't go back there soon...
I'm very dissapointed. I've been shopping in Adonis for years, at least once a week. It was the best place to go to for so many years. However, since two weeks the quality seems to be slipping. We bought bacon (that was mostly laird), hungarian salami (at the counter, but when I brought it home I realized it smelled. Couldn't even have one slice). Then I also bought dries pois chiche, pre-packed. It also ended up in the trash can. I will not even start on plastic bags that tend to rip. I had problems bringing my groceries from the car parked outside the house to the kichen - first time ever this week (beginning of Feb, 2013). I was afraid that with the change of ownership the quality will go down, and it did. Very, very dissapoiting.