5557 Avenue de Monkland
Montréal, QC H4A 1E1


(Near the intersection of Avenue de Monkland and Old Orchard Ave)

Neighborhoods: Norte-Dame-De-Gráce
Cuisine: Desserts, Sandwiches, Coffee

Rockaberry is a Desserts, Sandwiches, and Coffee restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends and paid between $10 and $25.

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 Montréal, QC

Leave your diet -- and budget -- at home

I was here for lunch in the summer. This place was very charming with interesting artwork on the wall and not one but two showcases filled with sweet pies, which is the house specialty.

I was a “good girl” and did not just eat pie for lunch! I did find the prices on the steep side. The best deal, if you want food plus pie, is with the “daily special”. My special was a sandwich, coffee or tea, and choice of pie for $15. I am undecided about returning.

tuna sandwich

This is the sandwich that comes as the “daily special”. It does not match either tuna sandwich in the main menu. The sandwich included some sad pink tomato slices, and beside it was a mini salad of lettuce, more tomato, and a flavorful green dressing.

raspberry fudge cheesecake pie

The pies are heaped high in the middle. On the bottom was a dark dense brownie layer, with a smidgen of raspberry coulis, and on top was a thick, but very light, cheesecake layer. It was very good but did not taste much of raspberry.

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Rockaberry is located near the cities of Saint Laurent, Mont Royal, St Laurent, Mount Royal, and Mt Royal.