101 Eating in Mont Tremblant | Mont Tremblant, Canada | During my visit to Mont Tremblant, of course I fancied it up for lovely breakfasts, lunches and dinner, but also I tried the local options and the some typical Quebecoise delights. The some of the highlights were my gourmet experiences at La Quintessence Restaurant, Patrick Bermand and sEb L’Artisan Culinaire. But I also enjoyed to lovely lunches, one at La Diable Microbrasserie and the other at Windigo Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel Tremblant.
La Diable Microbrasserie, is a true icon of Mont Tremblant, and gathering spot for lunch, drinks and dinners for skiers from all over the world. Since December 1995, we have been welcoming adventurers galore who want to get to know our craft beers that are creating a stir in Québec. I enjoyed a great lunch and degustation of local beers. A great way to kick off my Tremblant experience.
Windigo Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel Tremblant, during lunch, offers spectacular views of Mont Tremblant Station. Ski in, unwind over a chilled beer, try the great Onion Soup, and delight your eyes with the panoramic views.
Now, no visit to Quebec is complete, without trying some local iconic delights. which include Poutinerie (including daily Hand-Cut Yellow Fleshed fries, custom unique seasoning, fresh Quebec cheese curds and our signature rich homemade gravies). Best place for this will be Smoke’s Poutinerie.
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Now time for desserts. First stop was the Sugar Shack. Maple products, soft ice cream with maple butter as well as honey and homemade jams, and my favorite the maple taffy on snow.
Last but not least, Beaver Tails for Canada’s favorite Whole-wheat pastries with your choice of toppings. A line of fried dough pastries, individually hand stretched to resemble a beaver’s tail. In my case I had it with Cinnamon and lemon.
A pending for my next visit, due to lack of time, is La Savoie for truly authentic fondues, raclettes and grill-stones. There you go, my 101 Eating in Mont Tremblant survival guide. Of course there are plenty more options in town, but being that I was there for only 4 days… there is so much I can eat right. Bon Appetit. !!! CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends
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