A simple mention of Chinese food creates a ravenous butterfly effect from your brain to your belly. Thwart the chaos of cravings with today's dinner package for four from Papillon Bleu -- Old Montreal's largest restaurant specializing in Szechuan cuisine since 1998. For $49 (a $100 value), take flight with your choice of won ton or hot and sour soup, and a spring roll. You'll also be served an astral array of Hunan dumplings, mixed vegetables, rice, and three full entrées of black pepper beef, sizzling Szechuan shrimp, and the signature General Tao Chicken -- voted the city's best by La Presse. The restaurant's location near Notre Dame and the Old Port provides a perfect place for a post-dinner promenade, so flutter off with this deal and watch it morph into a lovely evening with friends. Want more? Check out Papillon Bleu on Facebook.