welcome to côte-des-neiges
Isles Pinoy Depot is your one stop shop for Pinoy goodies, halo-halo, bubble tea, Goldilocks cakes and more. Swing by and enjoy a taste like home.
Address: 6045 Victoria Avenue
Dépanneur: The Québécois term for convenience stores. These “deps” can be found all throughout Montréal, but Dépanneur Mura is special as it also offers numerous Pinoy treats and other South East Asian products.
Address: 5920 Victoria Avenue
Get ready for some great boodle fight and kamayan experiences – Pinoy Pansitan is a group friendly restaurant specializing in traditional Filipino fare.
Address: 5940 Victoria Avenue
Established since 2000, the previously named Bahay Kubo is now Restaurant Kawali (The tagalog word for frying pan); serving traditional Filipino cuisine in Montreal.
Address: 4735 Van Horne Avenue
Another great spot dedicated to serving authentic Filipino breakfast, lunch, merienda, and dinner.
Address: 5955 Victoria Avenue
This local bakery is stocked with all your favourite Filipino pastries and treats – they’re especially well known for their siopao and pan de sal.
Address: 5980 Victoria Avenue
Uptown Tattoos Montreal was established 2014 and is making its way up to the best tattoo shops in the city list with a very versatile artist tattooing all type of genres.
Address: 5889 Victoria Avenue
Serving authentic Filipino food in Montreal since 2003. Come and try their wide variety of delicious Filipino dishes!
Address: 5781 Victoria Avenue
Bringing traditional Filipino cuisine to the Land of the Maple Leaf!
Address: 5891-A Victoria Avenue
The Filipino Association of Montreal and Suburbs is an expatriate advocacy group for Filipino Canadians active in and around the city of Montreal. Established in 1963, it is the oldest such association in Quebec.
Address: 4708 Van Horne Avenue
Serving popular Filipino street food and made-to-order dishes in a friendly karinderia setting along with a wide variety of bubble tea.
Address: 4615 Ave Van Horne Suite 105
P’LENGKE aims to give you the feeling of being closer to home by bringing you authentic Pinoy products, Pinoy services and select Pinoy delicacies.
Address: 4731 Avenue Van Horne
A Filipino restaurant located in between Avenue Plamondon and Avenue Carlton.
Address: 6470 Victoria Avenue
The Immigrant Workers Centre (IWC) is an organization that defends the rights of immigrants in their places of work and fights for dignity, respect, and justice. It is from this space that our conference partners, Pinay Quebec, work from to offer resources and support to Filipina care workers in Montreal.
Address: 4755 Van Horne, Office #110
A family owned restaurant that was been serving the Filipino community in the Côte-Des-Neiges area for 10 years. Provides many flavorful dishes from the Philippines and very involved in the Filipino community here in Montréal.
Address: 997 Victoria Avenue
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This park is where the yearly Filipino Community gathering of “Pista sa Nayon” organized by FAMAS is held, and it is also known for its bust sculpture honoring Dr. José Rizal.
Address: 4907 Avenue Saint-Kevin
St. Kevin’s is a diverse Catholic community that reaches out and welcomes all ages and cultures, and respects and promotes the dignity of each individual. The church is frequented by many Pinoy parishioners.
Address: 5600 Côte-des-Neiges
Another great spot for Filipino food in the area!
Address: 5711 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges
The largest shrine dedicated to Saint Joseph in the world, Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal receives each year some two visitors from around the world. It is an important and meaningful site for many Filipino pilgrims.
Address: 3800 Queen Mary Road
The Plaza Côte-des-Neiges is a mid-size two stories mall located in the Côte-des-Neiges borough of Montreal. It is a go-to for local Filipinos to run their errands as it contains a large Asian supermarket stocked with a wide variety of produce from the Philippines.
Address: 6700 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges