Rosemont is a veritable mixed bag when it comes to food. Unlike Hochelaga with its French bistros, Parc-Ex with its spread of Indian eateries, or Mile End with its trendy lunch spots, Rosemont isn’t dominated by a particular cuisine or dining style. Instead, it feels more like a meeting place for a host of different culinary vibes spilling in from other neighbourhoods. Régine’s enormously popular brunches feel like they could have teleported from the Plateau, restaurant Awkwaba somehow manages to pull off an effortless combo of Greek and African cuisine, and Portuguese spot Casa Vinho gets all the classics right.
Many of Rosemont’s eateries are clustered on Beaubien, especially on the west side — eastern Rosemont is pretty darn residential. And then, further south, there are the commercial pockets of Masson and the Angus Shops.
Looking for places to eat west of Papineau? A separate guide to La Petite-Patrie covers those.
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