Verdun: Our take-out suggestions

verdun nos suggestions pour emporter

Known as one of the coolest neighbourhoods in town, Verdun is more promising and lively than ever. With its long history, this neighbourhood has undergone an impressive amount of change over the years. Wellington and de L’Église streets, for example, have become increasingly enriched with enticing businesses. It’s a great neighbourhood to live in, and the sense of community and neighbourliness is evident. A wave of restaurateurs have moved here to experience the #VerdunLuv effect. Plus, Verdun’s green spaces and proximity to the water are truly attractive and give a sense of being away from the stress of the city.

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

For other suggestions, you can consult the general list of open restaurants that offer a “take-out formula”. If you’re craving a particular dish (burger, dumplings, sushi, pizza…), we recommend consulting our other lists of good take-out addresses, 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.

Station W

Cafe/Lunch – $ A charming establishment serving good coffee and inexpensive grilled cheese sandwiches.

3852 Rue Wellington

Fromagerie Copette & Cie

Cheese shop – $-$$ The house offers a variety of delicious take-out dishes, quiches, sandwiches and salads, as well as a variety of high quality cheeses and charcuterie. They also sell breads and pastries from Arhoma, as well as several delicious homemade pastries, including one of the best scones in Montreal!

4650 Rue Wellington


Argentinian-inspired cuisine – $$ Argentinean cuisine influenced by the waves of Spanish and Italian immigration. The small restaurant continues to serve sandwiches and empañadas for take-out.

3900 Rue Éthel


Brunch/Lunch – $$ For brunch or lunch, come to Verdun for great pancakes and more. 7 days a week.

4567 Rue Wellington

Janine Café

Brunch – $$ (Temporarily closed). People familiar with Régine Café in Rosemont will be happy to discover the same type of decadent brunch at Janine!

3900 Rue Wellington


Italian cuisine – $$ A beautiful Italian address in Verdun that is well known for its collaborations with other restaurants in the neighbourhood.

3681 Rue Wellington

Les Street Monkeys

Cambodian cuisine – $$-$$$ (Back on January 13). Here you’ll find flavourful and authentic Cambodian dishes.

3625 Rue Wellington


French Cuisine – $$$ (Temporarily closed). The Pigor neighborhood bistro is back and offers a take-out menu in box form, which will change twice a month.

3780 Rue Wellington
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Photography by Alison Slattery

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