Dark wood on the walls, tables, and floors fill the dining room of this Little Italy eatery. At the corner of rue Dante and rue St-Dominique, many say the food at this trendy neighborhood restaurant is paradise found, a play on Dante Aligheri's 14th-century epic poem "The Divine Comedy." The housemade pastas change frequently, depending on what's available at the Jean-Talon market up the street. Meat options such as the grilled pork chop with honey and truffle sauce, and
the fresh fish dishes showcase the creativity of the chefs, though the restaurant is particularly known for its tripe preparations, demonstrating Inferno's ability to maintain Italian traditions while adding a modern edge.