Cote des Neiges is one of (if not the most) culturally diverse neighbourhoods in the entire city, so diverse that it probably unlocks some sort of achievement in the Quebec proposed Charter of Values. Having grown up in the area, I can attest to the fact that this neighbourhood is multicultural, colourful and is exactly what makes this city beautiful. You can walk five minutes in any direction and find the sights, sounds, tastes and flavours of a dozen different countries. Here's some proof with a list of dishes you need to try when you’re in Cote des Neiges.\nClick here for The 10 Best Dishes To Eat In Montreal 's Côte-des-Neiges >\nNguyen Phi\n6260 Cote-des-Neiges, (514) 344-1863\nVoted by Shut Up and Eat as one of the top three bowls of Pho (tonkinese noodles) in the city, the Dac Biet – “special” is a beef noodle soup that includes brisket, fatty flank, tripe in a deep broth that’s tended to for hours. If you know anything about pho, you’d know that Nguyen Phi knows what’s up.\nRôtisserie Mavi\n5192 Avenue Gatineau, (514) 340-9664\nThis isn’t the type of place you’d take a date… I mean, unless your date digs eating in a spot that feels like your aunt’s basement. Their Portuguese grilled chicken is on par to the city’s best and is often overlooked and underrated. Pfff, whatevs, more for us.\nBrochetterie Parthenon\n3543 Avenue Van Horne, (514) 738-5758\nWhen you order a chicken pita, you’ll be asked if you want it “all-dressed.” You want it all dressed. The trifecta of souvlaki pita perfection is tzatziki, tomatoes and onions, and no one should mess with perfection.\nMoonshine BBQ\nPhoto Cred - Moonshine BBQ's FB Page\n5625 Boulevard Décarie, (514) 508-5511\nOne of the newest kids in the barbecue game, this spot specializes in general American BBQ rather than a specific regional school of BBQ. This ultimately means the best of everything – smoked brisket, fluffiest cornbread and sleeve tattoos.\nSen Vang\n5690 rue Victoria, (514) 507-2771\nThere’s nothing like ordering off the menu, especially when the dish is a spicy Vietnamese lemongrass beef noodle soup. Order the “bun bo hue” by name like a boss so you lookl like you know what you’re doing and instantly get noodle cred.\nPoissonnerie & Restaurant Rayan\n6080 Côte-des-Neiges, (514) 735-6866\nPart fish market, part restaurant, this place has you picking out the freshest sea creatures for your meal – can’t go wrong with the grilled red snapper or garlic butter sautéed shrimp.\nTuk Tuk\n5619 Côte-des-Neiges, (514) 739-6132\nThis Thai-Cambodian restaurant brings to the neighbourhood the best of Southeast Asia cuisine. Grub on the Mee Srouy – sweet and sour crispy fried noodles with dressed with lime, chili, sugar, garlic and fish sauce.\nThanjai Restaurant\n4759 Avenue Van Horne, (514) 419-9696\nRemember that time in India when you pulled up to a roadside breakfast stall to chow down on your favourite giant dosa with a side of different chutneys? Here’s the spot to relive those memories. If that's never happened to you, go make some memories with Thanjai's delicious dosas.\nKam Shing (Van Horne)\n4771 Avenue Van Horne, (514) 341-1628\nNot really in competition with each other, the two Kam Shings in Cote des Neiges appeal to different people: the ones who like Chinese food and the ones who like “Chinese food”. Kam Shin Van Horn is where it’s at, and where it’s at is this order of roasted duck and char siu rice.\nLa Caverne\n5184 Côte-des-Neiges, (514) 738-6555\nRepping our European friends, the folks at La Cavern are holding it down with copious orders of dumplings – more specifically the beef manty – over the watchful eyes of the stuff and mounted Caribou and Bear heads.\nBONUS Ernie and Ellie’s\n6900 Decarie, (514) 344-4444\nWhen was the last time you sat down and enjoyed your Cantonese chow mein next to a Rabi and his Hasadic family? Next time you’re hitting up the latest five-month old “new” release at the Dollar Cinema in Decarie Square, cop your Kosher General Tao chicken here.\nWhich is your favourite dish?