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South-West: our take-out suggestions
Once a hotbed of industrialization in Canada, Montreal’s South-West has historically been a working-class neighbourhood. After the exodus of businesses from the neighbourhood in the 1970s, the local economy suffered greatly. Today, with new businesses moving in, this is a vibrant and creative neighbourhood.
Notre-Dame Street West, from Gadbois Park to Griffintown, is undoubtedly one of the most gastronomic streets on the island of Montreal. You’ll find classic addresses as well as several of our favourites. In addition, the South-West is home to the Atwater Market on the banks of the Lachine Canal, a hub for all things delicious, fresh, and local, and a place we love to visit.
While waiting for the dining rooms to reopen, at least we have take-out. Luckily for you, many restaurants have adapted to offer this service and the options available in this neighbourhood are sure to whet your appetite. Here are a few suggestions.
Tran Cantine: This cantine offers its entire menu of good pho soups, banh mi and others for take-out.
Satay Brothers: This very nice restaurant on Notre-Dame Street West offers many delicious Singaporean dishes for take-out; great wine selection as well.
Clarke Café: For delicious sandwiches!
Mano Cornuto: One of Montreal’s best Italian restaurants offers all of their delights for take-out.
Joe Beef: Classic take-out! Pick up on site or home delivery.
McKiernan: This one is the ultimate in comfort food, reminding us of our grandparents’ comfort food. You can order via Doordash or Ubereats.
Fugazzi: Pizzas and wine to go.
Elena – Club Social PS
Pearls & Paddock
Le Petit Sao
Cantina Nora Gray