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Manuel Avila

Restaurant Il Piatto Della Nonna

2000, Rue Amherst, Montreal, QC, H2L 3L8


Il Piatto Della Nonna means ‘Grandmother’s Plate’ and here you can have the real taste of the old country.

Catégorie: Restaurant


Type de cuisine | Italienne
Ambiance | Bistro, Groupes acceptés, Décontracté, Terrasse
Type de repas | Dîner, Souper
Caractéristiques | Bar complet, Carte des vins élaborée, Réservation obligatoire, Bières et vins, Accessible aux fauteuils roulants, Service au comptoir et au bar
Prix moyen | 20$ et moins
Paiement | Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa

Quartier | Plateau Mont-Royal, Plateau/Outremont
Se rendre | Laurier Metro
Intersection | Fairmount Ave


Daily 11AM–11PM If you’re going late, call ahead, sometimes they close early.

Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 06 mai 2009

No One Does it Better
Admit it. Nobody was better than your grandmother at cooking comforting and delicious meals. But that is exactly what Il Piatto Della Nonna offers. Walk into this Italian restaurant and the scent hits your nostrils instantaneously: classic tomato sauce with a hint of parmesan. They buy fresh ingredients at the market everyday so when they run out, so do the meals, so be sure to make your reservations early.

A Chalkboard Menu
At Il Piatto Della Nonna, everyday features new dishes, with patrons ordering from a table d’hôte instead of a set menu. The offerings include such specialties as homemade manicotti, lasagna, gnocchi with salmon and charcoaled sausage, all of which are Nonna’s own recipes. They have an authentic array of Italian beverages and desserts to wash down your pasta plates. Nonna’s homemade tiramisu is known throughout the city as one of the best. The restaurant also boasts Italian beer and its own moderately-priced wine list.

You Can Taste Homemade
Every spoonful of this home made food takes you home. The fresh sauces and ingredients make this bistro stand out. Photos of the ‘old country’ and vintage Italian posters adorn the walls. But slight modern flourishes such as electronic music adorn this classic restaurant with a bustling, big-city vibe.


Variety Menu: Because the menu is always changing here, depending on what’s fresh at the market, you can get something different every time you visit.