Photo cred - Bike Ranter\nThe Notre-dame-de-grace neighborhood is definitely worth more than one visit. No matter what neck of the woods you’re in, NDG will surely rub your tummy the right way. In this area, there are lots of greasy spoon type spots, particularly for breakfast. Sherbrooke Street West and Monkland are streets where the happy, the hip, and the hungry eat well. Here’s a list of over 10 places definitely worth checking out sometime soon.\nClick here for the Best NDG Restaurants >\nOrange Café\n4011 Boulevard Decarie Montréal, QC H4A3J6\nFacebook Page\nChase\n5672 Monkland Ave Montreal, QC H4A1E4\nFacebook Page\n5 Saisons Sushi\n5594 Rue Sherbrooke O Montreal, QC H4A3A7\nFacebook Page\nBangkok Express\n5645 Ave De Monkland Montreal, QC H4A1E2\nFacebook Page\nProhibition\n5674 Monkland Ave Montreal, QC H4A1E4\nFacebook Page\nMonkland Tavern\n5555 Ave De Monkland Montreal, QC H4A1E1\nFacebook Page\nPhoto cred - Pierre Obendrauf\nCosmos\n5843 Rue Sherbrooke W Montréal, QC H4A\nFacebook Page\nMikado Sushi\n5515 avenue de Monkland Montreal, QC H4A1C7\nFacebook page\nGanges\n6079 Rue Sherbrooke W Montreal, QC H4A\nFacebook page\nHwang-Kum\n5908 Rue Sherbrooke W Montréal, QC H4A1X7\nFacebook page\nLa Louisiane\nPhoto cred - Step into My Day\n5850 Rue Sherbrooke W Montréal, QC H4A\nWritten by Amanda Fulginiti, see more of her work here.\nWhat places do you love in NDG?