Notre-Dame-de-Grâce: Our take-out suggestions

Published on January 05, 2022

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Located in the western part of Montreal, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce is a neighbourhood that embodies calm and simplicity. In recent years, young French-speaking families have come to breathe new life into NDG, once a very quiet English-speaking bastion. Sherbrooke Street and Monkland Avenue, bordered by residential streets lined with magnificent trees, are full of life and good addresses that deserve to be known.

Families who move in and university students who frequent the neighbourhood may be surprised to discover small restaurants that are unexpectedly discreet.

It’s a neighbourhood where a walk in the park, with a coffee and pastry in hand, is almost a ritual. In other words, life is good. In its own bubble, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce is a world unto itself, with a restaurant scene that continues to blossom. More and more restaurants are moving into the neighbourhood to expand the existing gastronomic offering. Who knows, soon it may win your heart over too!

One thing is certain, however, that it has won over our stomachs. Here are some addresses to try for take-out in this part of the island.

For other suggestions, consult the general list of open restaurants that offer a take-out menu. If you’re craving a particular dish (burger, dumplings, sushi, pizza…), we recommend consulting our other lists of good take-out places, specifically designed to give you ideas in the particular context of the pandemic. It’s always great to discover your neighbourhood and the best it has to offer.

Don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any other suggestions for good places for take-out in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.

Mouton Vert

Mediterranean cuisine, Greek cuisine, cafe, counter – $, $$. Located in a small space on Sherbrooke Street West, this address with a dozen seats is welcoming and friendly. On one side, there is a superb little delicatessen offering organic products imported from Greece, including olive oil from Maggie’s family farm.

Café MIA Coffee

Lunch, cafe, Vietnamese cuisine – $, $$. MIA Café Club – Since 2016, during the summer, Ca Lem Creamery has been offering ice cream with different Vietnamese flavours in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood. This year, the creamery will transform into a cute little cafe during the winter.
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Special Mentions

  • Café de’ Mercanti is probably the only Italian cafe on Monkland Street and it is a must. The owner Gianni – Italian by birth – spent many years living there.
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