Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie: Our take-out suggestions

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Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie is a borough that covers more than 15 square kilometres. Divided into several areas and known for its vibrant neighbourhood life, it has, like every other corner of Montreal, an impressive array of good restaurants. Most are currently open and offer a take-out menu. Whether on Beaubien, Masson or Plaza St-Hubert, there is no shortage of good restaurants, cafés and bars. Since Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie covers a very large area, this list does not include addresses west of Saint-Denis, but they will soon be listed in other lists. 

While everyone is confined to their homes, it’s time to explore your neighbourhood and try out some of the gourmet addresses that can be found there. You can use the interactive map that displays all the addresses on this list to find your way around the neighbourhood. The best places to order take-out in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie are listed to make it easier for those looking for good food close to home.

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 – or re-discover – your neighbourhood and the best it has to offer.

Paquebot

Cafe -$ Le Paquebot is running full steam ahead despite the pandemic! This very nice café at the corner of Bélanger and De Lorimier is open for take-out. Open 7 days a week for take outs.

2110 Rue Bélanger
Montréal

Le Elsdale

Cafe/Market cuisine – $-$$ The Elsdale is known not only for its great coffee, but for their great food and beautiful bottles. Everything is available for take-out and it’s definitely worth the trip!

2381 Rue Beaubien Est
Montréal

Calaveras

Mexican cuisine – $-$$ The delicious menu at Calaveras features a variety of delicious dishes with the flavours of Mexico’s Pacific coast.

2040 Rue Beaubien Est
Montréal

Mademoiselle Dumpling

Dumplings/Asian Cuisine – $-$$ When it comes to dumplings, Miss Dumpling is one of the best restaurants in town.  The Szechuan style dumplings are simply irresistible.

6381 Rue Saint-Hubert
Montréal

Sandwicherie Sue

Sandwich shop/Asian cuisine – $-$$ In its brand new location just across the street from Molson Park, Sue’s Sandwich Shop also houses a grocery store where you can find products for cooking at home. Banh mi and spring rolls offered by the house are as good as ever.

2524 Rue Beaubien Est
Montréal

Mitch Deli

Sandwich shop/comfort food – $$ We are charmed by Maxime Gagné’s decadent sandwich shop. The menu is inspiring and never disappoints!

2660 Rue Beaubien Est
Montréal

Mon Petit Poulet

Comfort food/Rotisserie – $$ Located on Rosemont, Mon Petit Poulet is an excellent neighbourhood rotisserie. We particularly appreciate the club sandwich and the fried chicken.

2343 Boulevard Rosemont
Montréal

MaBrasserie

Comfort food/Microbrasserie – $$ This brewery cooperative offers a take-out menu that includes delicious sandwiches and fried chicken. To be enjoyed with one of their excellent beers brewed on site.

2300 Rue Holt
Montréal

Isle de Garde

Comfort food/Microbrewery – $$ Isle de Garde sells its famous beers to go as well as some well-known items on its regular menu, like the Samuel L. Jackson burger.

1039 Rue Beaubien Est
Montréal

Le P’tit Tri

Sushi/Asian Cuisine – $$ (Temporarily closed. Tri Express is open). Tri Du and Thierry-Tri Du-Boisclair opened their very first project together in March 2018, Le P’tit Tri. Since then, we’ve been enjoying dishes of the same excellence, quality and freshness as at Tri Express!

6697 Rue de Saint-Vallier
Montréal

Mastard

Market cuisine – $$ (Back on January 12). For the moment, chef Simon Mathys’ new address offers a take-out menu for $35 per person that changes weekly. The menu evolves with the seasons following its primary mission to promote local products.

1879 Rue Bélanger
Montréal

Rose Ross

Market cuisine – $$ The Rose Ross, located on the Promenade Masson, offers a regularly changing menu that is particularly noteworthy for its freshness.

3017 Rue Masson
Montréal

Santa Barbara

Vegetarian cuisine – $$ The Santa Barbara restaurant is one of our favourite healthy vegetarian addresses in town, but they appeal equally to carnivores!

6696 Rue de Saint-Vallier
Montréal

Kwizinn Express

Haitian/Caribbean cuisine – $$ Kwizinn offers the best of Caribbean cuisine. The restaurant located on Saint-Hubert Street is a must for Haitian food.

6670 Rue Saint-Hubert
Montréal

Darna Bistroquet

Mediterranean cuisine – $$ Darna Bistroquet is a small neighbourhood bistro in La Petite-Patrie that offers comfort food reminiscent of France and the Mediterranean.

1106 Rue Beaubien Est
Montréal

Le Super Qualité

Indian cuisine – $$ Le Super Qualité offers original and tasty Indian-inspired appetizers to share, as well as a few main courses, including both a regular and vegan thali.

1211 Rue Bélanger
Montréal

Photography by Alison Slattery



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