The word not the food.
CTV Montreal, by the way is it still Pulse? reports that "Massimo Lecas, the owner of Buonanotte on St. Laurent Blvd., told reporters that his restaurant was visited by an OQLF inspector on Sept. 5, 2012, who told him there had been complaints about the menu." The complaint was that a non allowed word was used on the menu. Pasta.
Actually this miscreant used a lot of non allowed words. Bear in mind that Buonanotte is an Italian restaurant and oft times this places want to have an authentic feel. Plus Italian is a lot like French with less English. "In a letter delivered on Tuesday, the OQLF pointed out a host of infractions from writing 'bottiglia' instead of 'bouteille' on the wine list, listing squid under the word 'calamari' and using the Italian word for meatballs."
Pizza on the other hand passes muster. Whodda thunk it, eh?