The neighbourhood may not be on the radar of fine dining enthusiasts, but ignore the plethora of dining options in Côte-des-Neiges at your own peril. With an exceptionally diverse population, CDN has a fantastically wide range of culinary options — most of which are also particularly affordable, with the exception of the Hermitage Museum-themed Russian restaurant Ermitage.
Caribbean, Indian, Vietnamese, and Filipino cuisines all get shout-outs on this map, alongside options for Greek grill and gyro (Yia Sou), smoked meat (Snowdon Deli), and Portuguese (Da Silva).
There are three main zones for restaurants in CDN: along Côte-des-Neiges Road, around Snowdon métro on Queen Mary, and Décarie — with a few other options scattered around Victoria Avenue.
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