7700 Cote de Liesse, Dorval, QC, CA, H4T 1E7

  • Phone: (514) 731-7821
  • Fax: (514) 731-7267
3.5 out of 5 (40 reviews)
65% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Restaurants

    »Pâtisserie de la Gare‎

    A wide selection of pastries, gateaux, and freshly made sandwiches has made this a popular lunchtime venue for local merchants and shoppers. Drop by for a café au lait and a croissant, or pick up a chocolate-hazelnut-mousse cake for a special occasion. The cafe area extends to the pavement outside in summer. A great choice of chocolates and a small number of gift baskets are also available here, as well as a selection of breads. Only cash is accepted.

    24 Westminster Avenue Nord
    Montreal West, QC H4X 1Y9

    »Chez Papa Ernie

    Chez Papa Ernie is a home-style restaurant serving Kosher food and attracting a decidedly Jewish clientele. The restaurant is located on a residential row of houses, and you are welcomed by the painting of a penguin dressed in a tuxedo welcoming guests. The restaurant is decorated by quirky paintings by local artist Chaim Teitelbaum. The restaurant claims to have the world's best burgers, and they are excellent, served with small rounded fries and beans. In addition to Papa Ernie's Classic Burger, others include knockwurst, salami, chicken, and even teriyaki pineapple burgers. The menu includes steaks and even Michigan hot dogs.

    5839 Boulevard Décarie
    Montreal, QC H3W 3C5

    »Benedicts

    Known for its wide range of breakfast options and big lunch and dinner menus, this combination restaurant and bar in Montreal's West End is a favorite hangout for those wanting to be seen. Culinary influences are also wide-ranging: Cajun, Creole, Mexican and Thai among them. Given the culinary influences, you know that the menu will provide you with lots of choices, from breaded chicken to grilled shrimp. Service is leisurely.

    5500 DE Monkland Avenue
    Montreal, QC H4A 1C7

    »The Monkland Tavern

    Monkland Tavern is a bright, friendly Italian/Californian bistro that specializes in pasta: the butternut squash-stuffed ravioli is a typically imaginative, surprisingly decadent option. Appetizers include a delightful goat cheese salad and a delicious fried calamari, and those in search of a more substantial main course can choose from the steak-frites and other roasted meat and seafood dishes. Wines are predominantly Californian and include the Woodbridge Sauvignon Blanc. The friendly, unflappable waiters deftly wade their way through the throngs at the bar.

    5555 Avenue de Monkland
    Montreal, QC H4A 1E1

    »Atami

    One of the city's foremost sushi restaurants, this place has suffered from mixed reviews over the past few years; but it remains a very pleasant and popular place to eat in Côte-des-Neiges. Specialties include Shishamo, or grilled sea smelt, and a few other Japanese standards (tempura vegetables, for instance) in addition to the full roster of sushi. The adventurous might try the Sushi Pizza. Diners here tend to take their time, and the staff are more than willing to accommodate; it is a soothing, sedate neighborhood fixture.

    5499 Chemin De La Côte-des-Neiges
    Montreal, QC H3T 1Y8

    »Hwang Kum

    The first sign of authenticity here is the number of local Koreans this restaurant attracts. A powerful, enchanting aroma beckons from the open kitchen; the neat, uncluttered decor completes the soothing overall effect. The menu includes eight house specials and main dishes ranging from standard chicken teriyaki to more exotic fare. There's also a Korean barbecue served with kimchi, the traditional pickled cabbage. Call for more information.

    5908 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
    Montreal, QC H4A 1X7

    ȃtoile des Indes

    Vegetables from the daily market is what is served on your plate. Among the main courses are a range of masala, tandoori, curry and other specialty dishes, Étoile des Indes offers a bar where you can choose from wine and beer options, including typical Indian Cheetah and Cobra beers. 

    1806 Sainte-Catherine Street West
    Montreal, QC H3H 1M1

    »Maison India

    This large Indian restaurant does a booming lunchtime business, making reservations a must on Thursdays and Fridays. Lunch is strictly a buffet, which is reasonably priced  and features dishes like Tandoori Chicken and Chicken Korma. The restaurant boasts more than 100 dishes on the buffet, featuring everything from basic salads to homemade specialties and traditional Indian desserts. There is also a vegetarian menu. For dinner, there is a choice between a buffet and regular menu. After six meals, the seventh is free.

    5868 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
    Montreal, QC H4A 1X5

    »La Louisiane

    If the spirit of Cajun and Creole cuisine suits you, rather than a badge of authenticity, then this comfortable little space on busy Sherbrooke Street West is the spot for you. Décor is simple and tables are tight together, making for a warm, friendly place that buzzes right along. Main dishes include deliciously-textured crab cakes and grilled Shrimp Étouffe. The desserts, including an addictive bread pudding, are massive.

    5850 Sherbrooke Street West
    Montreal, QC H4A 1X5

    »Resto Café Oxford

    Open since 1944, this restaurant offers the classic bacon-and-egg breakfast, while pancakes, French toast and more sumptuous breakfast fare are served all day. Presentation is classy, and although somewhat cramped, the setting is congenial, the service is prompt, and the coffee keeps on coming. This is something of a weekend breakfast institution in west end Montreal, where you can meet friends or linger over the morning paper undisturbed. A lunch menu includes five daily specials and highly recommended homemade pasta.

    5630 Sherbrooke Street
    Montreal, QC H4A 1W5

    »Shaika Café

    Shaika is an artist-run café which regularly hosts art exhibitions, magazine launches and concerts for young Montreal bands. The food is decidedly healthy, and the sandwiches are even named after the neighborhood streets. The Oxford includes bagels, cream cheese, smoked salmon and capers. The house favorite is The Harvard with turkey, cheddar cheese, avocado, tomato and onions; and the Melrose is made up of roasted peppers, goat-cheese and mixed greens. Furnishings here are simple, and the décor changes depending on the exhibiting artist.

    5526 Sherbrooke Street West
    Montreal, QC H4A 1W2

    »Senzala

    When it comes to first impressions, Senzala will take your breath away as soon as you step inside, with its cutting edge interiors. Dramatic low-hanging lanterns and a lighting scheme bordering on psychedelic characterizes the striking dining room. The elegant seating options in muted colors provide an elegant contrast. Once accustomed to the grand setting, you can focus on the diverse menu of Brazilian delights, featuring a good mix of classics as well as modern creations. The kitchen takes inspiration from the Bahia region of Brazil, known for its eclectic culinary influences. The wine list is extensive, and pairs well with the food on offer. There's entertainment in the form of a live guitarist belting out Brazilian tunes. Fridays and Saturdays offer a special treat, with dancers putting up a spectacular samba show. All-in-all, it's a complete Brazilian experience.

    9422 Boulevard de l'Acadie
    Montreal, QC H4N 1L7
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