Enoteca Monza

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3800 Boul Saint-Jean, Dollard-Des Ormeaux, QC H9G 1X1

(514) 675-3400

Enoteca Mozza West Island is a modern eatery that stays true to traditional techniques and recipes, using fresh ingredients and expert chefs. It offers authentic Italian dining in a beautiful setting. Enoteca Mozza in Dollard-Des-Ormeaux (DDO) upholds a strong family tradition of food, with recipes inspired by the grandmother of the founders back in their old country. Along with the food, Mozza has its own wine bar featuring sophisticated wines created in the restaurant’s very own cellars. In the summer, the restaurant’s covered terraces are the dreamiest place to enjoy the warm weather and its signature wood-fired pizzas.

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Enoteca Mozza West Island is a modern eatery that stays true to traditional techniques and recipes, using fresh ingredients and expert chefs. It offers authentic Italian dining in a beautiful setting. Enoteca Mozza in Dollard-Des-Ormeaux (DDO) upholds a strong family tradition of food, with recipes inspired by the grandmother of the founders back in their old country. Along with the food, Mozza has its own wine bar featuring sophisticated wines created in the restaurant’s very own cellars. In the summer, the restaurant’s covered terraces are the dreamiest place to enjoy the warm weather and its signature wood-fired pizzas.

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9 Reviews

  1. Jacqueline Cogland
    Jacqueline Cogland
    June 8, 2013 at 4:40 pm Reply

    average food-poor service-misunderstanding on order-no attempt to rectify matter-very noisy

    1. Jacqueline
      Jacqueline
      June 9, 2013 at 7:45 am Reply

      very average food-customer service needs to improve

  2. Jenn
    Jenn
    June 4, 2013 at 1:05 pm Reply

    Always shocked that this place is so consistently good. I’ve been there maybe a dozen times over the years since its opened and I really don’t have anything bad to say about it. Especially compared to the other restaurants on the west island, this one’s a gem.

    As for the tablecloths… I think most modern restaurants avoid those now, and I’m not entirely sure the restaurant, especially one with a wine cellar, can deliberately deaden the wine for you. Probably shouldn’t blame your bad wine choices on the restaurant 😉

  3. brandon
    brandon
    March 29, 2013 at 2:11 pm Reply

    I heard how great the pizza was at Mozza, so I decided to stop in there one night. I ordered a mushroom and pepperoni pizza and was very pleased; I could tell that it was made with fresh ingredients.

  4. carman
    carman
    February 24, 2013 at 2:13 pm Reply

    Sat Feb 23 evening 5 diners, place packed. Service professional, courteous, no waiting. Food exceptional, large servings, all 5 people totally amazed. Best Toscana steak ever…

  5. Charles Pinto
    Charles Pinto
    December 11, 2012 at 3:57 am Reply

    I love Italian food, so I decided to give Mozza a chance. I definitely wasn’t disappointed. The lasagna I ordered just melted in my mouth and the service was impeccable. The server who took care of me was very friendly and brought me my food very quickly.

  6. Greg
    Greg
    April 18, 2012 at 6:49 pm Reply

    Noisy, disorganized and inexperienced staff, and overpriced. No tablecloths at an expensive Italian restaurant? Irritating music in the background. Crowded, but not worth the wait. Food so so, but you can get tastier italian food for less money at any number of West Island restaurants. Even the wine lacked flavour, despite being served from a bottle.

    Neither as comfortable, nor as professional, nor as good food as Baton Rouge.

  7. Rachelle Aubichon
    Rachelle Aubichon
    January 18, 2012 at 5:45 pm Reply

    By far my restaurant of choice. I love the atmosphere, the staff and the decor. The dim lighting always sets the tone for the restaurant. I go all the time either for dessert with friends, romantic dinner or just for a drink on the terrace after a day of work. This restaurant is classy and casual at the same time.

  8. William Miller
    William Miller
    November 6, 2011 at 6:01 pm Reply

    Best wood fired pizza in Montreal! Its like the Italian version of Baton Rouge but better and easier on the wallet. Kid friendly and was just as awesome with the boys on hockey night,.. Highly recommend