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This place was amazing! The service was great. The food was excellent! Loved it!
THE cutest, nicest owner and restaurant.
Lovely home made food
owner (Ennio) is the one-man show here. He makes the loveliest pasta ever and the place is so adorable.
It has been open for 37 years
Go while you can!
Jai entrer dans ce petit restaurant vraiment calme ambiance chaleureuse acceuil excelent fait par le proprieraire lui meme ennio j'ai ete servie comme si j'etait de la famille se gentil monsieur fait tout lui meme le marche la cuisine le service incroyable que de talent jai pris la table d'hote qui inclus soupe pate salade juste pour comencer ensuite est venu le repas principal veau forestiere avec brocoli et pomme de terre jai que de bon mot la soupe fait de pate fait maison les pate fait maison que de dire la salade croustillante une petite vinaigrette tellement delicieuse et pour finir le veau tendre comme jamais manger apporter votre vin super quand j'ai ete pret a partir je n'ai pas pus resister je lui ai fait un calin et une caresse l'impression de revoir mon grand papa merci ennio on va revenir cest sur
As expected Ennio was just wonderful. At the time we went on a Tuesday we were the only ones in the restaurant and Ennio was very attentive to his clientele. I really feels like you are entering and older italian aunt or uncles home. Ennios feels like that nice and inspiring (if you take a few minutes to speak to him and also took a peak at the back kitchen where he showed me pictures of his younger days) grand father. We took the escargots in entree and I had the cannelloni. It was amazing, real authentic italian cooking.
Ennio Ricci use to run this place with his now deceased wife and for a late 70's years old man, you have to give it to him that he is quite is shape. Although he is the only one there doing everything on busier days he will hire a university student to do his service.
He makes sure to go shopping every day for anything missing in the kitchen. The place schedule is the following closed on Monday and open every single other day from 6:30 to 11:00pm. Price range is $$ which is quite acceptable for a BYOB. It cost us 65$ (for two people. For those who do not understand or know authentic italian cuisine then you will not appreciate, you will probably prefer a close to gastonomic spot.
I suggest this place to everyone and anyone.
Great dinner and service! I highly recommend. Nice family place
Loved talking with Ennio. Great food. No fuss. Felt like family.
Was there with his wonderful wife for YEARS until her passing a few years ago... kept the restaurant open with the help of one waitress. This is a very small restaurant with personalized cuisine as the 70 + year old younger looking owner does all the cooking himself after taking your order. LOVE the food, incredible taste, incredible service from himself & young lady. There is MUCH decor inside, extremely nice quaint place! Strongly Recommend and BRING YOUR OWN WINE / BEER! :o) RESERVATION REQUIRED!
Cool atmosphere, cool interior, the owner (Ennio is the chef), friendly waitress, good choice of wine, or bring your own. The only problem was that the veal was too hard...did not feel that the food was special. Perhaps I was unlucky, but I DO recommend this restaurant.
Malheureusement pour le mi-sympatique Ennio, la nourriture qu'il nous prépare avec enthousiasme n'est pas à la hauteur ! Salade iceberg en entrée, patates et légumes poélés ttrop simplement et du veau trop cuit nous ont été servi...À fréquenter si mal pris, avec bouteille de vin en main.
Chez Ennio is a quaint little bring your own wine. Note that it is not for people that are in a hurry. The concept of this restaurant reminds me of when you eat at someone's home (it is small enough and actually looks like someone's private dining room). You eat your courses slowly while talking, relaxing and drinking your wine. Yes it takes awhile to get your food, yes it takes a while between courses-but that is the point! Do you run out of your friend's home as soon as you are done eating? No! Plan to spend a good few hours here and you will enjoy the evening. I strongly recommend this restaurant for a romantic evening! Not really for large groups-the restaurant can probably only fit like 40 people at it's max capacity! Ennio is pleasant, polite and makes you feel like you are in the home of your Italian grandfather! The food is fresh and delicious as well! A bit pricey but definitely worth it!
Chez Ennio is a small Italian resturant located in the heart of Montreal downtown. I found this place over 20 years ago and I have been back to it many times over the years.
The staff consists of Ennio and Greata who as a team take your reservations, seat you, wait on you, prepare your food and mingle with you.
Yes it can get quite slow at times because the food is prepared to order and nothing frozen or left over, Fresh is the rule at Chez Ennio.
This place has a bring your own wine etc. so it is preferable to have you bring enough to sit and relax and wait for the excellent food to arrive.
I have never had a bad meal here, I have known the owners over the years and when I go to Montreal I often eat there more than twice in one week. Hey the price, well you get what you pay for. The price is reasonable and the portions are just about right for an average person.
They have great deserts, wonderful pasta dishes and the Veal dishes are fantastic.
If you get there on a night when Ennio has his Mussles Special you are in for a real treat. The coffee and teas are excellent, and the friendly demenour of the resturant will want you to visit again and again. You cannot go wrong with a visit to Chez Ennio.
ce restaurant est pathetique.
une entrre de laitue iceberg ne laissait rien
presager de bon.
je ne pense pas qu'aucun plat ne vaut le prix.
la seule bonne chose est que l'on peut apporter
notre vin qu'il faut deboucher nous-memes.
nous etions un groupe de 12 personnes qui avont
The big problem with this restaurant is the service. I waited about two hours before getting my soup. When I asked the owner/chef/waiter(yes one person does it all), "Why the long wait?" He replied, "It is written in the newspaper that service is long at my restaurnt. Food is made fresh." When I got my food it was not very hot (lukewarm at best). I had ordered Ennio's house special pasta. The salad was, believe it or not, Iceberg which was drenched in oil & vinegar. My pasta plate was overflowing with a very liquid white sauce. The huge portion reminded me of leftovers I put away. While the past itself was al dente, the presentation was not very appetizing. I could not understand why the place was full. The owner/chef/waiter looked impatient and overwhelmed. Of course, I did not have any dessert. I wanted a coffee. However I was told they do not serve cappucino. No cappucino! Come on.
La nourriture était bonne. Le prix était était respectable et l'atmosphère TRÈS chaleureuse. Par contre, ce qui a surtout retenu l'attention de mon copain et moi était la gentillesse du serveur/propriétaire!! Notre expérience nous a rappelé notre voyage en Italie!
My better half insisted we go there with friends. It's a bring your own wine restaurant. Prices do not match the food served. Example: I ordered an appetizer of eggplant parmesan ($8). A classical eggplant parmesan is prepared by layering fried eggplant slices; on top of each other, with parmesan in between the layers and a bit of tomato sauce.
In a way an eggplant parmesan is very similar to a lasagna, replacing the noodle by the eggplant. What was served was 3 slices of eggplant drowned in a pool of tomato sauce. I did not want to make a scene but at that point I was convinced I'ld be very disappointed. What followed at $19.50 was a veal parmesan; 3 tiny pieces of scaloppine instead of the usual 1 piece cotoletta.
If you are thinking about going table d'hote it's $33/person.The linguini vongole served to my neighbor looked more like egg-noodles fettucelles (too oily) and the fettuccini alfredo looked like pappardelle ; because they were so much wider than fetucinni.Tortelini rose served at the other end of the table, were drowning in the sauce. Not impressed at all. No cheese offered at the table and no pepper. At one point the bread was finished and was not replentished. Another minus--If you're gonna charge 20 dollars or more for pasta; then please inform the customer about the presentation of the products.
Why? Because when a customer pays $$$$
the price he has earned the right to expect. Cutting corners when prices are charged is just plain greedy. Considering the location and the cozy nature of the restaurant; it would be a very wise decision to bring in another hand in the kitchen to help give these recipes and the neighborhood more reasons to return.. The irony is that the decor was put together with so much care and love that one wonders why they took shortcuts in what matters the most; the food..
Belle petite soirée improvisée que nous avons passée hier soir. Les prix sont un peu exagérés par rapport à la qualité des plats ; c'est de la bonne cuisine italienne, pas de la fine cuisine.
Soulignons quand-même la grande sympathie du maître des lieux, Ennio, qui nous a compté son parcours de maître d'hôtel international ... ; ))