La Serenata

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53 Boulevard Brunswick Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9B 1P7

(514) 684-1321

For over 24 years, La Serenata in Dollard-Des-Ormeaux (DDO), led by chefs Angelo Colicchio and Sergio Di Stefano with over 55 years of combined culinary experience, has brought fine Italian cuisine to the West Island area with a mix of traditional and modern tastes. La Serenata offers a variety of Italian favorites such as minestrone, fettuccine, linguine, and more. La Serenata’s staff is friendly and is dedicated to giving customers the best experience. La Serenata also features live music performances, a romantic Italian ambience, and allows for take out and online reservations, the latter of which is recommended for Fridays and Saturdays. They are also open for any planned special events.

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For over 24 years, La Serenata in Dollard-Des-Ormeaux (DDO), led by chefs Angelo Colicchio and Sergio Di Stefano with over 55 years of combined culinary experience, has brought fine Italian cuisine to the West Island area with a mix of traditional and modern tastes. La Serenata offers a variety of Italian favorites such as minestrone, fettuccine, linguine, and more. La Serenata’s staff is friendly and is dedicated to giving customers the best experience. La Serenata also features live music performances, a romantic Italian ambience, and allows for take out and online reservations, the latter of which is recommended for Fridays and Saturdays. They are also open for any planned special events.

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8 Reviews

  1. Joblo
    Joblo
    June 15, 2014 at 9:54 am Reply

    To be honest, on Saturday evening when we went, there were a few big parties and the place was full. They have live music and the atmosphere is not bad.
    For the food and the service, this is a different story.
    Service is really slow; takes a long time to get the main dish, but this is not a real problem when you are with friends, as you can talk in the meantime (if the musicians are not near your table).
    We were 6 people at our table. Two ordered fish and one the breaded chicken breast. They all said it was OK. Far from excellent, but acceptable.
    The other 3, we ordered the grilled chicken breast. What can go wrong with this? Some may cook it too dry, but even cheap restaurants succeed to make it on the right side. But this one, was like rubber. It was impossible to eat. And it was not a one time cooking error, because they were all 3 the same. It was a disaster. We left it all in the plate untouched.
    The worst, from my point of view, was their attitude when we gave back the plates with the full breast on it. They were not surprised at all, which shows they are used to it and they even argued with us that we should have told them immediately it is not good. The fact that we only told them it was bad when they came to collect the plates absolves them of any fault. They offered us a free desert, but as we didn’t take desert, we had to pay for the meal in full. We didn’t want to make a big fuzz out of it, so we paid and left. Don’t expect to see us again there.

  2. Nazareth Moumdjian
    Nazareth Moumdjian
    July 19, 2013 at 7:39 am Reply

    The best of the best Italian food, ambiance and the whole thing, best chefs in town, best wine selection in town and smoking terrace too… Lovely place.

  3. Courtney
    Courtney
    July 14, 2012 at 1:29 pm Reply

    Went here for valentines day. I really enjoyed it, they had not only warm bread they had this special bread with a garlic dip– very good and complimented my meal. The representation of the food was very nice and authentic.

  4. Mario
    Mario
    April 23, 2011 at 1:18 pm Reply

    Have been to this restaurant a couple of times. The first time was with a group of a dozen or so on a Saturday night when the musicians were playing, we had a great time! The food was excellent and the atmosphere was jovial. We were there again last night with as a threesome and again had a wonderful meal. My wife had the veal with lemon as did our guest and I had the lamb shank…it was incredible! There were two huge lamb shanks on the plate with vegetables and potatoes. We all had a superb butternut squash cream soup that was to die for! It is certainly on the higher end of the dining cost but not overly so for the quality of the food and great service we received. We will definitely make it back there again.

  5. Jasmine
    Jasmine
    April 22, 2011 at 1:21 pm Reply

    I bit pricy, but best Gigi sauce ever!!!!!

  6. Andie J
    Andie J
    December 31, 2010 at 1:25 pm Reply

    So La Serenata: we were 3 people. Very nice looking restaurant for a strip Mall Ambiance very nice as well, We arrived and were seated without menus or a drink order for I would say over 20 minutes (good thing it was not a blind date and we had lots to catch up on) After only receiving 1 menu because there was a large crowd (about 20) who still had all of their menus… poor excuse at the least take a drink order. after about 45 minutes we received our 1st course, we shared: Caesar Salad (very mayonnaisy, no tang, very bland) Fried Calamari (very crispy, tender, tartar sauce (poor choice with calamari in my opinion)) Mussels (Excellent!) Main Courses Tortellini Cardinale (pas plus que ca) Manicotti (very Cheesy) Lasagna (very Cheesy) I would say more gorgeous quality than fine dining Desert crème brulé (not the best I had yet not the worst by far) We were never asked if everything was OK, never asked if we wanted another drink, service was less, much less than I am used to in other fine dining establishments. The price was good, nothing was over $36.00 total bill was 126.00 (taxes and tip included) Menu choice, fair but lacking variety. all in all… 4 of 10 at best… I will not return nor recommend La Serenata. *** A large group of people is not an excuse for poor service, add additional staff, especially during the holidays!***

  7. Paul Salvaggio
    Paul Salvaggio
    July 26, 2010 at 1:30 pm Reply

    This is hands down one of the best Italian restaurants in the West Island. It is not the most obvious restaurant due to its location, but its a gem. The food is always consistent and great. Their wine selection is ideal and their prices even better. If your looking for a nice Italian dinner, and you want a sure bet, go to La Serenata. I’ve been there over 12 times now and not once have I been disappointed.

  8. Julia Rassi
    Julia Rassi
    July 25, 2010 at 1:32 pm Reply

    Definitely one of the best kept secrets on the West Island! My husband and I had a great time for our anniversary where the food and service was top notch. Overall the bill at the end of the night was a little high but was easily compensated by how we were being treated.