Who says pasta, says Little Italy!
October 25th is World Pasta Day, one of the most popular dishes in the world. Spaghetti, fusilli, ravioli, rigatoni ... In Little Italy, restaurateurs like to reinvent these classics, when cooking schools offer the chance to learn how to make them at home, and some market propose to equip you . Here are some of our best addresses:
Real institution, this traditional pastificio factory offers a selection of long pasta, in sheets and various shapes, all made on site in his laboratory visible by all .
7070, avenue Henri-Julien
Over the years, this Italian grocery store has become a must-have, offering a wide selection of fresh pasta.
6862 boul. Saint-Laurent
Close to the Jean-Talon market, this famous butcher shop offers all kinds of Italian specialties including a varied assortment of pasta.
158 Place du Marché-du-Nord
This elegant delicatessen is for gourmets and gourmands. By her original creations, she proposes a range of unique pasta.
200 Jean-Talon East
A real institution in Montreal, Dante sells high quality kitchen items, including pasta machines.
Amici restaurant is in the pure Italian tradition, and offers a wide selection of pastas and pizzas.
6825 Boul St-Laurent
With its warm atmosphere, the Bottega restaurant is renowned for its pasta dish of the day which is a safe bet.
65 Saint-Zotique E
Lasagna, ravioli, tagliatelle ... The Via Dante café is a master of these classics and is one of the best table in the Little Italy.
251 Dante Street
Pasta, pizzas and other typical specialties of Italy. For many years, the Corneli restaurant has been celebrating a rich and varied cuisine.
6741 St-Laurent Blvd
In the heart of the Little Italy district, this restaurant focuses on great classics of Italian cuisine and innovates with its Cavatelli house.
170 Jean-Talon East
In a warm atmosphere, Piatto Pieno remains the ideal place to enjoy pasta dishes in abundant quantities.
177 rue Saint-Zotique E
This Italian cantina with a modern decor offers creations full of finesse, including home-made pasta with many flavors.
48 Dante Street
At Inferno restaurant, we love to innovate and offer original, creative and changing cuisine as the days go by.
6850 Saint-Dominique Street
Near the Jean-Talon market, the Kitchen gallery restaurant offers a cuisine made with Quebec seasonal products.
60 rue Jean-Talon East
In this place frequented by regulars, you can taste gnocchi, risottos, pasta and seafood. This know-how is elaborated according to the arrivals of the market.
12 Dante Street
Bring your own wine and let yourself be charmed by this address which offers great varieties of pasta and pizzas.
189 Dante Street
Whether for its unique pasta or pizzas cooked in a wood-fired oven, the Pomodoro restaurant is worth a visit.
6834 boulevard Saint-Laurent
In the heart of the Little Italy district, the Primo & Secondo restaurant offers high quality dishes in the pure Italian tradition.
In this magical setting, Italy is in the spotlight with dishes with subtle flavors, prepared from the market products.
15 Bélanger Street
The Salmigondis denotes the chef's creativity and his daring, sometimes disconcerting, but always mouth-watering mixes.
This modern and established table in the neighborhood offers simple, nice and generous Italian cuisine, like a family meal.
6961 Boul St-Laurent
This small restaurant of about twenty places combines hospitality and originality and offers homemade pasta made from rye flour. To discover !
150 Saint-Zotique E
#ecolemezzaluna At the Mezzaluna School, Elena Faita shares her passion for Italian cuisine and the secret of making fresh pasta.
57 Dante Street
This school The kitchen offers workshops on spices, teas and a wide selection of cooking classes.
7070 avenue Henri Julien
Buon appetito e viva la pasta!