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Cuisine type

  • Italian Cuisine,
  • Italian,

Features

  • Online Reservation,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Reservation By Phone,
  • Italian Restaurant,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
  • French,

Getting There

  • Lucien-L'Allier Metro,
Location
1391, rue Saint-Jacques, Montréal, QC H3C 1H2
Useful Information

Rates:

  • $11 To $25,
  • $26 To $60,

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Ratings & Reviews - Restaurant Nora Gray

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rguerin
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Fresh pasta, delicious ingredients, well prepared and well served. Ambiance is a bit dark, but conducive to a romantic dinner. I had the poultry, which was very good, but a bit salty. Wine selection was good. I would definitely go back.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
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dnguyen1
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Super bonne nourr...

Super bonne nourriture!!

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scottryu
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What a delight it...

What a delight it is to eat at Nora Grey! We sat at the bar and had the pleasure of conversating with various staff members and some of the owners. The wine selections are divine and the food is really on point. We tried the spaghetti wrapped shrimp, Butternut squash gnudi and bbq ribs. Fresh Italian bread from Hof Kelsten and very high quality olive oil are the nail in the coffin. All of this heart warming food is enhanced by the cozy, dim-light atmosphere the Nora Grey team has created.

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For a taste of Montreal's Griffintown

For a taste of Montreal's Griffintown

Located away from the action, Nora Gray still manages to get noticed since its opening in 2011. This restaurant offers Italian food and a friendly atmosphere, both retro and minimalist.

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Eat for a good cause on October 21st

This restaurant on rue Saint-Jacques O. has been treating guests to fine dining since 2011. On the menu: antipasti (roasted cauliflower, raw fish of the day, stuffed vegetables with sausage, crostini with tomato, seared tuna), and dishes that must be eaten slowly in order to be fully enjoyed, such as grilled mackerel, grilled celeriac steak, veal breast and stuffed rabbit saddle. And take note: they do not offer separate bills. Gentlemen, be chivalrous – as though you need reminding!

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Trendy joints in Griffintown

This Italian restaurant is small, discreet, low-profile and may just be one of the best restaurants in Montreal. It certainly competes for the title of best Italian restaurant in town!

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