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I came here for the first time over ten years ago (1997) and was so impressed with the amazing quality and authenticity of the cuisine. I've been to Italy a few times and my mother, aunts and uncles are of Italian descent so I immediately recognize true Italian cuisine.
While I love Pizzeria Napoletana (in Little Italy) for example, I can say for sure that Pizzella has BY FAR the best pizza in Montreal, perhaps even in North America. For example, if you take a pizza with sausage on it, you'll notice that it's home-made or high-quality butcher's sausage, not grocery store bought. The cheese also tastes like it's home-made, either by the restaurant owners or some artisan they know. There's nothing wrong with store-bought ingredients: they can be very good, even excellent, but nothing compares to true home-made style ingredients.
Aside from the astounding pizzas, the only other main course I had tried was the 'poussin' (chick or small chicken) cooked in balsamic vinegar: best chicken dish I've ever had.
I've haven't gone back since 2005 or so because the decor is actually a little too fancy & daper for my tastes. It's not flashy, just a timeless posh decor and quiet atmosphere, but when I go to a restaurant I typically like to talk and laugh loudly and not worry about potentially bothering anyone else. I think the atmosphere here is suited for an older (or at least more mature) crowd, or a traditional romantic dinner for couples of any age. Last time I went, they also showed me a second floor (as fancy as the first floor) that they mostly use for private parties upon reservation. For a special occasion, I'd love to go back.
Rocco. You are the best!