Our history

A historical site On Hart street in Trois-Rivières, in the very heart of the sites of the second oldest french city in America, we always notice the ancestral building , Le Manoir du Spaghetti. It was acquired by Jean-Louis caron, architect known for his works on the Trois-Rivières cathedral.

This authentic canadian house saw joy and tears from many important Trois-Rivières families, including Ezéchiel Hart. He was the first jewish deputy elected in Canada. A country gastronomy If you’re looking for a place to be with your family, friends, or even a romantical supper,

Le Manoir du Spaghetti has everything to please you. We have a huge variety of pasta and pizza, which are served in a welcoming and comforting environnment.

During the summer, customers like the ‘’ terrasse ‘’.