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Old-Montreal Italian restaurant, L'Usine de Spaghetti, received is guest into a charming and warm ambiance with a succulent italian food. In May 1842, in the back room of this Italian restaurant, Mr. Charles Dickens wrote the notes for "A tales of two cities". Visit us and take advantage of our free salad bar.
All reviews spaghetti meat sauce bread fresh salad bar salmon lamb chops soup old montreal charles dickens italian food great pasta rose sauce wonderful atmosphere an excellent meal service was great beautiful restaurant all you can eat
We live in Montreal and had passed by this restaurant many times in the summer - it's always packed so had never ventured in. We walked down to Old Montreal on a cold December Sunday afternoon to try it out. The ambiance was exactly what...More
A wonderful restaurant serving great Italian food and good wine at a reasonable price. We had lunch and service was great. The menu is simple but covers all the expected options and some lovely original choices that regularly change. Some great wine options at a...More
We had a good meal. And very happy to find a place that served a meal - not a bistro style offering. A bit on the pricey side. Great white baguettes- but the other rolls were dry and disappointing. Kids had buttered pasta, and not...More
Having lunch there on a sunny day, all you can eat on salad & bread. One of our order was lamb chops pastro pasta. The taste of the lamb chop was delicious. The pasta was well cooked. The atmosphere of the restaurant was very leisure....More
After walking through Old Montreal we decided to try this restaurant and so happy we did. There was about a 15 minute wait on a Saturday evening and the line remained the entire time we were there. We were greeted by our friendly waitress think...More
Enjoyed a great meal here two days ago , we found this place by chance , the service was amazing the food delicious and really enjoyed the decor , ask about the Charles Dickens room , great garlic butter onion rolls included in the bread...More
We visited this restaurant on a Tuesday night around 6 pm and just beat the line. The brick walls and the interior window create a very cozy space. The service was excellent. We were brought fresh buns with garlic butter, enjoyed the complimentary salad bar...More
First time visiting Old Montreal. This restaurant has a very nice ambiance and we were fortunate enough to get a table for two on the main level by the window. As we enjoyed our meal we got to watch the activity on the quaint street....More