Saint-Henri: Our take-out suggestions
The Saint-Henri neighbourhood is an emblematic place within the city of Montreal. Both before and after its annexation to the city in 1905, the history of Saint-Henri illustrates the evolution of the island’s industrial districts. Bordered by the Lachine Canal and adjacent to the Atwater Market, it is a lovely place to stroll and enjoy the parks and beautiful architecture. Speaking of which, one thinks in particular of the fire station located at Place Saint-Henri or of the well-known historic house that is mentioned in the novel Bonheur d’Occasion by Gabrielle Roy. While walking in the neighbourhood you’ll be sure to build an appetite, and that’s a great thing because Saint-Henri is full of excellent places to order delicious take-out.
Like its neighbours in the South-West, Griffintown and Little Burgundy, the diversity of the dining scene in Saint-Henri will appeal to all palates, and we’re happy to share this list of places open for take-out.
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.
Pastry shop – $-$$ (Back on January 24). Bernice is a newly opened pastry shop in the neighbourhood. Here, Jami Liverman creates decadent cookies and cakes in honour of her grandmother, Bernice. A place that is overflowing with love.
Cafe – $ We stop by Campanelli to have a good coffee and a little sweet to go. The Barista blend prepared especially for the cafe is simply divine.
Vietnamese Cuisine – $ Vietnamese cuisine is well represented in Saint-Henri, and notably by Tran canteen. Don’t be fooled by the modest prices of the dishes: everything is absolutely delicious.
Diner – $ The Greenspot is open and its classic diner menu is available for take-out. Whether it’s for a hot dog, poutine or pizza, this is the place to go on Notre-Dame West.
Taco Bar – $-$$ When it comes to tacos, Tacos Victor serves up some of the best in town. Chef Victor’s joie de vivre is evident in his creations. The service is fast and the food is always fresh. This is one of our favourites.
Pizzeria – $-$$ Adamo is the pizzeria of Tony Campanelli, owner of Campanelli located just across the street. The restaurant prepares delicious pizzas and you can grab just a slice if that’s what you’re looking for.
Cafe/Lunch – $$ Le Cordova is a favourite address in Saint-Henri when it comes to having a coffee, a sandwich, or both at lunch time. They’re open for take-out, so drop on by!
Pastry shop – $$ (Back on January 14). It’s always a treat to pick up a delicious pie from Rustique to enjoy at home. Their lemon pie is one of the best in Montreal.
Crèmerie Dalla Rose
Creamery – $$ Dalla Rose is a favourite spot for those who love a well-crafted sweet treat. The house offers a few different flavours of their exceptional ice creams each week, and their cookies (vessels for ice cream sandwiches) are very good as well.
Arthurs Nosh Bar
Comfort food – $$ Arthurs Nosh Bar has everything you need for a delicious brunch or lunch. Satisfying sandwiches, salads, pancakes… all in all a nice menu to enjoy great comfort food.
Comfort food – $$ Bucky Roosters is a colourful fried chicken counter. Available in its simplest form or in a sandwich, the fried chicken is the star of the show. Enjoy it with their house coleslaw or a good mac and cheese. The restaurant also offers some original drinks.
Comfort food – $$ (Temporarily closed). Foiegwa is open to serve their decadent dishes for which they’re known. Both their brunch and evening menus are available for takeout or delivery via the CHK PLZ app.
Comfort food – $$ Le Tejano propose un taco kit, des burritos ainsi que des salades pour emporter.
Middle Eastern cuisine – $$ For delicious Middle Eastern fare, Sumac is the place to go. In addition to its signature dishes perfect for sharing, Sumac’s fries are some of the best in town!
Asian Cuisine – $$ Satay Brothers offers a Singaporean-inspired menu. There are great buns and sandwiches, as well as several satay options and one of the best laksa soups in town. A place to try if you haven’t already!
Italian Cuisine – $$-$$$ One of our favorite places in town, Elena offers the best in Italian cuisine. Its long take-out menu contains several offerings of pizzas, pastas, salads and more. The desserts are excellent and the house also has an interesting alcohol list.
Japanese cuisine – $$-$$$ Nozy is a great place to eat Japanese food. The menu has several options where raw fish is the main feature, but also several hot and comforting options. The bento boxes are a must try.
Restaurant Tuck Shop
Gourmet cuisine – $$$ (Back in mid-February). For a treat, we recommend trying the excellent dishes at The Tuck Shop. The restaurant offers market cuisine where original foods are often featured.
Cuisine caribéenne – $, $$ Le restaurant propose des classiques réconfortants de la cuisine des Antilles dans une atmosphère joviale.
Caribbean cuisine – $, $$. The restaurant offers comforting classics of Caribbean cuisine in a jovial atmosphere.