Côte-des-Neiges: Our Suggestions

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SDC Côte des neiges

It’s no secret that our mission at Tastet has always been to help you discover great places to eat and drink—from cafés and bars to restaurants and more—all over the city. Today, we’re heading into the heart of Montréal, in Côte-des-Neiges.

To discover Tastet’s favourite addresses below! You can also download the free neighbourhood guide on the territory of the SDC Côte-des-Neiges by clicking here.

La republika cote des neiges

La Republika

Filipino cuisine, seafood – $$ In the heart of Côte-des-Neiges, La Republika restaurant offers the best of Filipino cuisine, including a fun tradition.

5711 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges
Montréal

Pho Lien

Comfort food, Vietnamese cuisine – $ Pho Lien is a famous restaurant in the Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood: packed from opening to closing, it offers one of the best pho soups in Montreal!

5703B Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges
Montréal
Restaurant Nguyen Phi

Restaurant Nguyen Phi

Comfort food, Vietnamese cuisine – $ For years, this small restaurant in front of Kent Park has been charming its guests with delicious pho soups and luring in the neighbourhood with the smells of its delicious and comforting food.

6260 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges
Montréal

Farhat Boucherie

Sandwiches, grilled meats, lunch – $, $$. Opened in 1989, Farhat Boucherie et Grillades quickly established itself as an excellent sandwich shop-butchery-grocery store in the Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood. One of the reasons is that you can eat delicious sandwiches without spending a fortune! The place doesn’t look like much, but instead of going to admire the decor, you go to taste the famous grilled meat of the house.

5785 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges
Montréal

Snowdon Deli

Sandwich shop – $, $$ Originating here in Montreal, smoked meat is a kosher-style deli meat that many Montrealers love. Traditionally, smoked meat refers to slices of smoked beef piled between slices of rye bread and usually served with a touch of sweet mustard and sweet pickles.

5265 Boulevard Décarie
Montréal

Photography by Alison Slattery



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