Anything worth eating in Lasalle, Lachine or Dorval?
I have colleagues who used to live in Lasalle and we still go to Nouveau Lasalle quite often. Food is good, prices reasonable, very family type restaurant. I usually order the lasagna or the chicken brochette. I believe it is on Shevshenko not far from Newman. I recommend it. In Dorval there is Barbies, Scores in the shopping centre. I believe the deli in the shopping centre is quite decent. Good luck.
There is a fairly new place on Bourke in Dorval http://palacedazie.com/ and there is Bellisimo on the Lakeshore in Dorval http://www.restaurantbellissimo.com/e... and a new restaurant opened on Lakeshore and Martin in Dorval called Saveurs du lac 445 Bord du lac 514 538 4525 I have tried all 3 and like them all
Pasta Andrea by the lachine canal - genuine italian food
21st Century Food in the industrial / office park off cote de liesse - restaurant style with healthy options
Shangrila off notre dame for my favourite indian food in the area
1718 Boul Saint-Joseph, Lachine, QC H8S2N2, CA
21st Century Food
9436 ch de la Cote-de-liesse, Montreal, QC h8t 1a1, CA
I know Lasalle!
There is a Dilallo on Dollard - but last time I tried to go it was closed. Not sure if that was some bad luck, or if it is actually closed.
For pizza and subs, Manzo Pizzeria is some great take-out and delivery. LaSalle Drive-In in some great super-casual food as well. Decent souvlaki, great steamies and fries, and I really really love their chef salad (+/- chicken).
For some casual italian (subs, pasta, entrees) Bocci is a good place. For more formal and expensive food, la Griglia D'oro (same owners) is a more upscale steakhouse. Griglia D'oro could be really, really good at times (try the arrancini if on the menu, also the gnocchi with blue cheese sauce is delicious, as is the shrimp tempura), but could also be sort of plain and bland (e.g. some of the table d'hôte specials I've had were a little hit and miss). I really do enjoy griglia d'oro though, as I've had more positive than negative experiences.
1033 Av 90E, Lasalle, QC H8R3A4, CA
I prefer Campagnola with a more family-run vibe over Bocci (a few doors down the street, in same mall as Dilallo. Not closed for good, just peculiar hours - gotta love that buck burger!) Dinner reservations usually required Thu-Sat (they fill up), BYOB. Very good, I recommend this place often.
Pushap, Indian, is across the street. Not new, and never tried it...
Ettingers Deli looks like its just about ready to open on Newman. Might be interesting.
El Meson on St. Joseph is a good bet: family run Mexican.
Il Fornetto a few blocks away, IMO is way overated.
Also on St. Joseph, a Portuguese grill place opened at the former Andrea location near Dairy Queen. I had high hopes as the menu looked good. Service and food were meh. Maybe it was too soon after opening to try? but I was disappointed.
Bar Deco on Notre Dame @ 6th used to be excellent for pizza. Its still good, but perhaps hit or miss. I think the owner is sitting on his laurels.
For a more Montreal style pizza, but perhaps more casual, theres Trans Canada and Toto's just down the street.
Thats a tough one...
Places seem to come and go on Lakeshore east of Dorval Avenue. Natalinos has been there for 25 years. Haven't tried it, but that long, maybe they're doing something right?
But then again, Chows on Dorval Avenue has been there as long as I can remember (I'm thinking of shopping with my mother as a kid in the 70s). Longevity isn't necessarily a guarantee of great food....
365 Bord Du Lac, Dorval, QC H9S, CA
1661 Av Dollard, Lasalle, QC H8N1T7, CA
Hey, this might be your opportunity to do a review for Chowhound. There's a resto in Lachine called Shangri La. They're a Nepalese/Indian resto and Nepalese isn't that common here in Montreal. Here's the link to their website:
More here - got some good reviews.