Food-wise, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG) may not be thought of as one of Montreal’s great food zones, relative to ‘hoods like the Plateau and Old Montreal, loaded with the city’s culinary icons. Yet it’s actually a fantastic dining area, with solid Korean and Persian food, fine dining options in restaurants like Hopkins, and old favourites such as Chalet BBQ.
Most of NDG’s eating options are clustered along two corridors — the slightly bourgeois Monkland Village (near Villa Maria metro) and the more-affordable Sherbrooke West (within reach of Vendome station). A few are scattered elsewhere, notably on Somerled.
This heatmap sticks strictly to municipal boundaries: St-Jacques on the south, Cote-St-Luc on the north, Broadway on the west and the residential streets just east of the Decarie on the east side. Looking for the other half of the borough? The Côte-des-Neiges guide is over here.Read More