Rotisserie Panama

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11604 Boulevard de Salaberry, Dollard-Des Ormeaux, QC H9B 2R8

(514) 676-1096


Rotisserie Panama brings the Mediterranean to Montreal with a tasty selection of Greek favorites that has guests thinking they’ve been transported to the old country. A wide variety of traditional Greek specialties awaits at Rotisserie Panama, including delicious souvlaki platters, a large assortment of tender, juicy lamb dishes, grilled chicken, pork and veal, and a sumptuous selection of fresh fish for seafood lovers. Traditional Greek desserts conclude Panama’s impressive menu, with amazing homemade baklava, light and refreshing yogurt with fruit and honey and more. Rotisserie Panama will take guests and their palates on an exciting, appetizing tour of old Greece.

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Rotisserie Panama brings the Mediterranean to Montreal with a tasty selection of Greek favorites that has guests thinking they’ve been transported to the old country. A wide variety of traditional Greek specialties awaits at Rotisserie Panama, including delicious souvlaki platters, a large assortment of tender, juicy lamb dishes, grilled chicken, pork and veal, and a sumptuous selection of fresh fish for seafood lovers. Traditional Greek desserts conclude Panama’s impressive menu, with amazing homemade baklava, light and refreshing yogurt with fruit and honey and more. Rotisserie Panama will take guests and their palates on an exciting, appetizing tour of old Greece.

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5 Reviews

  1. Dale514
    Dale514
    November 26, 2013 at 3:17 pm Reply

    I was looking forward to coming to this place due to many positive reviews. Unfortunately, I was not impressed. It started with the lacklustre pikilia platter. For almost $20, I totally expected more. The vine leaves were not only teesy weensy, they cut them up. You barely got 4 vine leaves on this platter. The spanakopita, oh dear, same disaster. First of all, it was barely 1cm (not 1 inch) in height, it literally was a triangle, measuring 1.5cm around. It was obviously one SMALL piece of spanakopita cut up into enough pieces to feed several people sharing a pikilia platter. While I understand the concept of cutting up servings, I have to say that the actual food item to start with was so small, it was ridiculous they even tried to do this. I can’t believe that a restaurant like Casa Grecque has a far more superior appetizer platter with spanakopitas almost 2 inches in height chock full of spinach and cheese.

    Of the main meals, the 4 of us chose the Roast Lamb (only available on weekends), the 1/2 grilled chicken and the rib steak. The roast lamb was very tender but full of fat. The rib steak was done to order and was very good. The rice was average and the roast potatoes had a lemony tang. The green salad was interesting. Chopped up greens (seemed like only 1 type of lettuce) with a tangy vinaigrette.

    The 1/2 grilled chicken was utter disappointment. I have to agree with some of the reviewers that the chopping up of the chicken means dozens of shards of bones in your meal. What a mess! And, to be honest, it really did not look like they gave us a whole half chicken. Having taught cooking classes for 4 years, I know what a chicken breast plus full leg looks like chopped up and what ended up on our place was lots of boney ribs with barely any meat. Mind you, the meat, whatever little we got was well marinated.

    I actually complained when the waitress came to ask about the meal. I mentioned the lack of meat for the chicken dish, she said they chop up the half chicken after grilling it but she had no answer when I said that I know what a cut up half chicken looks like but this was not it.

    At the end of the evening, the waitress came with complimentary loukoumades for the 4 of us. Perhaps because I had mentioned the chicken? All in all, this outing was memorable, but not for the right reasons. I will not be returning, at least not without a gift card.

    I do hope the owners do something to retain their positive reputation. I’d love for good restaurants to stay on the West Island but this one will have to work hard to surpass even the likes of the Casa Grecques.

  2. Angela
    Angela
    September 28, 2011 at 3:47 pm Reply

    Amazing food! What a place! Thank God I was sitting as I ate. I thought I was gonna faint. To be tried. A must!

  3. Nathalie G.
    Nathalie G.
    April 13, 2011 at 3:46 pm Reply

    Loved this restaurant. One of my favorites. If you do go, be sure to try the fried zucchini and eggplant (you can order 1 plate 1/2 and 1/2). They are out of this world. Nice decor, friendly staff. I will definitely be back.

  4. Graeme M
    Graeme M
    October 23, 2010 at 3:43 pm Reply

    My favourite Greek restaurant for over a decade has been Panama on Jean Talon. Panama West Island is every bit as good but the decor is somewhat less familial. Excellent food, not cheap but excellent value. Outstanding lamb and fish – always. Worth frequenting again and again. And we do!

  5. Matt Osborne
    Matt Osborne
    April 30, 2010 at 3:42 pm Reply

    This Mediterranean restaurant was pretty, but the food was high-priced, portions were small, and I didn’t love my food. Overall, this restaurant was a waste of money. We went on a Saturday evening and ordered a variety of food including the half chicken, lamb, fried squid, and pikilia entrée. However, nothing we ate was really outstanding. The service was acceptable, but I wouldn’t bother coming back.