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Our Terrace

During the summer period,

our terrace is opened for those who wish to eat outdoors

calmly while remaining only at 2 minutes walking distance

from the walking path of the Vieux-Longueuil

Our Menu

Our menu proposes more than 25 traditional Italian dishes.

It consists of antipastis, fresh salads, pastas, risottos, meats, fishes,

paninis, and coffees, to typical desserts as well as pizzas one more delicious than other.

Certainly all is cooked with, love and organic products, certain products can possibly suit a gluten free diet.

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“My love is pizza shaped. Won’t you have a slice? It’s circular, so there’s enough to go around. ”
― Dora J. Arod (traduction libre par Patrick Gauthier)

Our Wines

In Italy, wine and food mix well. Faithful to its vocation,

Gousto Bistro proposes you a range of private imports

that originate from all the regions of Italy.


These native wines present flavors,

aromas and tastes so typical as we would consider them invented by

nature to suit the perfect marriages of flavors.


“Wine is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” ― Benjamin Franklin

Pâtes Fraiches À La Putanesca

De: Gianfranco Di Nisio chef propriétaire Gousto Bistro

Description de la recette

Portions / rendement : 4

Temps (remplir les champs applicables à la recette)

Temps total :

Temps de préparation : 20 min

Temps de cuisson : 25 min

Accessoires/garniture/décoration : feuilles de basilic frais


400 gr de spaghetti frais

500 gr de tomates pelées

3 gousses d’ail

6 cuillères à soupe d’huile d’olive

100 gr d’olives noires

50 gr de câpres

1 piment sec

100 gr de morue fraiche

1 bouquet de persil découpé grossièrement

Sel, poivre


Emincez l’ail et le piment et couper le filet de morue en petits morceaux.

Dans une casserole, faites chauffer l’huile d’olive et faites revenir le tout pendant quelques minutes. Ajoutez les olives noires coupées en deux, les câpres et les tomates pelées, puis laissez mijoter 20 minutes à feu moyen.

Pendant ce temps, portez à ébullition une grande quantité d’eau salée et plongez-y les linguines. Egouttez-les al dente, mélangez-les à la sauce bien réduite et saupoudrez de persil frais. Servez chaud.

Bon à savoir/trucs et conseils/anecdote/histoire derrière la recette

Les spaghetti alla puttanesca (de l’italien signifiant littéralement en français « spaghetti à la putain ») sont un plat de pâtes traditionnel d’origine italienne. La recette semble être originaire de la région napolitaine, et plus particulièrement de l’île d’Ischia.

Plusieurs hypothèses entourent l’apparition de la recette. D’après l’Union professionnelle des fabricants italiens de pâtes, elle se répandit au cours des années 1960.

Une légende couramment répandue explique le nom légèrement scabreux de la recette (à la manière des putains) par le fait qu’elle était préparée par les prostituées napolitaines, soit pour attirer les clients par le parfum répandu, soit pour reconstituer leurs forces après coup.

We Plant Fine-herbs!

While we cook we often use fine herbs whether it is for a dish with sauce, such as a beautiful homemade tomato sauce or a beautiful tomato salad and basil. Try it out, and compare how much you use of your package bought from the grocery store and how many leafs are going to get damaged in the refrigerator.

At the restaurant, we do not have this problem but at home, it’s common practice.

Besides, there is nothing more easy to cultivate. A little earth, some water and the sun! And here you are with plants of:

  •  Basil
  •  Parsley
  •  Sage
  •  Chives
  •  Celantro

When you buy them in bags, they are fast going to get damaged and lose their taste whereas if you plant them, you will always have fresh herbs handy. When the season comes to an end, you can make homemade pesto which you will put in Masson jars.

You will then take advantage of your homemade jars in winter season. You have unexpected visit in the middle of the week, no problem there is nothing better than pasta with pesto! Simple and fast but with good ingredients, it is a “best”. A small recipe has a practice not to put under stress when unexpected visits arrive!

Policy For Gift Certificates

  • The applicable tip is not included and must be paid by the customer during their visit at the restaurant.
  •  Gift Certificates have no expiry date.
  •  The indicated prices are in Canadian dollars and include taxes.
  •  Gift Certificates are not redeemable for cash and not refundable.
  •  We cannot be held responsible in case of loss or theft and will not replace the gift certificates.
  •  In case of non-use of the gift certificate, neither the buyer, nor the beneficiary can expect a refund.
  •  If the gift certificate is not altogether used during your visit, a credit note will be emitted to you for future use (non valid on promotions).
  •  Any reproduction or forgery can entail criminal proceedings.