The people of Verdun already know about the counter and delicacysen bossa who specializes in Italian cuisine. Their star product? Undoubtedly hearty sandwiches, are offered in a variety of variations, which should overcome the most extreme appetite.
Posted at 5:00 pm yesterday.
Good news for the people on the eastern end of the city: owners Terry Vescio and Daniel Lomanto, with the support of their new partner Fabio Sportuti, have just opened a second branch in Promenade Mason.
The response from customers since the launch last week has been overwhelming: “We have reversed. Even in Verdun, we never saw! Said Fabio.
This offer is essentially the same as the one that established the reputation of the first address, but the space is more spacious and furnished, with a spacious production kitchen at the back. Fresh pasta bar, ready meals, homemade sauces, antipasti, charcuterie, imported Italian products, homemade desserts or creations from Kilo-Bux Gatox, coffee …
And all these sandwiches? Served at Soft Ciabatta Bread (San Pietro Bakery), they are truly stunning, crumbly and bursting with flavors like the porchetta (house) we tasted, marinated eggplant and roasted rapini.
3136 Mason Street, Montreal