Small, quaint with absolutely great food! A gem in the mix of many bistros. A proprietor/chef passionate about his trade and born in Italy (fluent in English, French and Italian). The chef/owner discussed all his dishes in great detail, he was very proud of his restaurant. We had a late lunch with all pasta dishes, every plate was delicious. The... more
This has to be one of the WORST restaurant I have ever been to. We were a party of 4 people going for dinner on a Saturday night and the restaurant was completely empty except for us. I had a bad feeling when I walked in, but my boyfriend insisted that we stay here because it had a 4-star rating... more
Found this restaurant a block away from our hotel on Drummond. Small café with a wonderful owner. Forgot his name. We had Spaghetti and meatballs and the stew. Both were recited by the owner who waited on us. There is the menu of the day written on the board which is the same as recited. The food was well prepared... more
Nourriture exquise. Tout est frais. Très convivial
Bref, c'est mon avis et je le partage !
Petit resto d'environ une dizaine de tables. Un trésor caché au centre-ville à côté de Chez Paré. Service personalisé et courtois. Atmosphère très agréable et intime. Cuisine et atmosphère italiennes authentiques (Milan) fait maison. La simplicité règne dans ce petit restaurant italien au décor ecclectique arborant posters de vielles stars hollywoodiennes tel James Dean et Marilyn Monroe, de... more
For downtown coziness, it is hard to beat this tiny Italian bistro, where the food is home-style and the atmosphere, with less than a dozen tables, is as intimate as your mother's kitchen. Decor is art deco, with prints of old-time movie stars on the walls. Delve into all the authentic Italian delights.