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3 Saint-Catherine West, Montreal, Quebec H2X 1Z5, Canada
+1 514-500-6259
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Latin, Fast Food, Venezuelan
3 Saint-Catherine West, Montreal, Quebec H2X 1Z5, Canada
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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

I go quite frequently. The Cachitos are delicious! The owners / staff are super nice, it’s like having a small piece of Venezuela in Montreal. They also deliver to the downtown area

Thank gustavopulgar83
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

To note that this is not the place if you're lookingti sit down, you grab your hot-dog looking thing and then you're on your way. Fast & cheap with surprising quality

Thank AntonElkjaer
Reviewed 29 November 2017 via mobile

I really liked this place, the location is great; the staff members are super friendly and the food is really good (specially when you come from that country it brings a great nostalgia flavour) the ONLY complain I have and makes me not go back...More

Thank Carlos R
Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

We revisited the wonderful city of Montreal last month and realised this place was just behind our hotel. We had sought it out last time, but they were in the process of moving premises. The place was tiny, but the service and food were excellent...More

Thank mojorizing
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

Authentically Venezuelan. Great taste, great service. They even carry taqueños and Goya juices. I broke with the norm and had a chocolate cachito and Guanabana juice. The rest of the fam had ham and cheese cachitos and coffee. Exactly what we were looking for.

Thank Groana M
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Excelente los cachitos, me comi uno de jamon y otro de queso, hace mucho tiempo que no comia cachitos asi que fue una agradable experiencia. Tambien prove el quesillo que estuvo muy bueno. Excellent the cachitos, I ate two cachitos :one of ham and another...More

Thank Grecialis
Reviewed 22 July 2017

This cute little shop was just down the street from our hotel, a perfect stroll on a brisk morning. When we entered the two ladies working behind the counter were super friendly and inviting. They greeted us in French, which we no very little of,...More

Thank Erica T
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

We were warmly greeted by the Venezuelan owner. She promptly offered us samples since we were clueless. It was love at first bite. Cachitos can be liken to "hot pockets", but are far superior. What is not to like with freshly baked, soft bread filled...More

1  Thank drbackpain
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Cachitos staff are warm hearted and extremely helpful! They catered our event and provided a variety of delicious cachitos!! All the students absolutely loved it. We thank them for their kindness and generosity and hope to work with them again. Muchisimas gracias! Borderless World Volunteers

Thank borderlessworldv2017
Reviewed 5 March 2017

This small cozy place near place des arts, is very good to have a different breakfast. They have this Venezuelan dish called Cachito. it's a baked roll made of chesse, ham, guava, etc. very different but goood. in your visit to Montreal, you have to...More

Thank MasterGeorge8
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Restaurant Details

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  • Food
  • Value
Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch
Restaurant features
Takeout, Seating
Good for
Families with children, Kids
Open Hours
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 3 Saint-Catherine West, Montreal, Quebec H2X 1Z5, Canada
  • Location: Canada  >  Quebec  >  Montreal>  > Quartier des Spectacles
  • Neighborhood: Quartier des Spectacles
  • Phone Number: +1 514-500-6259
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Cachitos is a small bakery in the heart of downtown montreal that brings you a taste of Venezuela and its incomparable Cachitos!DescriptionFrequently Asked Cachitos Questions : - Where does it come from?Cachitos are a traditional Venezuelan pastry, usually considered to be a breakfast food although many enjoy them throughout the day.-What are the traditional fillings?The traditional filling for the Cachito is ham, but in modern Venezuela it is common to find cheese Cachitos as well. We at Cachito Bakery, created a much wider assortment of flavours, so everyone is sure to find a personal favourite. -What does Cachitos mean?Cachitos comes from the Spanish word “Cacho” meaning “Horn”. The “-ito” at the ends marks it as a diminutive form, a form usually used for small things or as a term of endearment.-How are they made?The Cachito dough used in Cachitos Bakery is the result of extensive tests and trials, refined to a perfectly calibrated recipe meant to go well with our large variety of fillings. The rolling process has also been streamlined to be able to quickly produce as many Cachitos as anyone could want. -What are Golfeados?Golfeados are a traditional Venezuelan dessert, similar in looks to the Cinnamon roll but spiced with Aniseed, Cheese and Cane Sugar. -What does Golfeado mean?Golfeado is nothing more the name of the pastry, although the word Golfeado calls to mind the puffy quality of the pastry.
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