Where to eat | Tourisme Laurentides

Where to eat

When the time comes to top up on energy with a good meal, there is no shortage of choice in the Laurentians. With over 1,370 restaurants, varying in style from gastronomic cuisine to home-cooking, with many tables offering fine regional products as well, and a good range of fast food outlets and more specialized restaurants offering international cuisine, there’s not much chance of going hungry!

Saint-Sauveur

Greek cuisine.

Saint-Sauveur

Steak, seafood.

Saint-Sauveur

Sushis, Japanese cuisine. Gluten-free and vegeterian dishes.

Saint-Jérôme

Buffet des Continents offers a rotating menu featuring more than 150 delectable dishes from all around the world, freshly prepared every day by the chefs, right before your eyes.

Val-David

Since 1945, the restaurant Au Petit Poucet offers traditional and authentic Québec cuisine.

Saint-Eustache

Since 1913, Cabana à sucre Lalande has been welcoming thousands of visitors each season, all happy to be in such a warm and friendly atmosphere. They come to enjoy the fresh and tasty homemade products.

Saint-Sauveur

Bar,  steak, seafood, music.

Saint-Eustache

The Constantin Family...a love story! Since 1941, three generations have been serving tasty Canadian dishes. In the spring, the tradition continues with the sugaring-off season.

French cuisine. Extensive wine list (SAQ price + $12).

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Oka

The authentic Apple Shack, unique to the Laurentians, is set up on a family-run orchard in a rustic countrified atmosphere.

Family restaurant, chicken.

Mirabel

Travel back in time! This old, rustic cabin and the various antique tools hanging from its walls or dotting the landscape give the site the feel of a small museum.

Cabane à sucre d'Amours
Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines

Satisfy your sweet tooth at Cabane à sucre D’Amours! This sugar shack is filled with folklore, history and ambiance, perfect to experience sugaring off time like in the good old days.

Piedmont

Located on top of a mountain, yet still close and accessible, the Arthur Raymond sugar shack is proud of its long tradition and of the service offered to its clientele since 1955.

Saint-Sauveur

California-style cuisine, steak, seafood, bar, shows.

Market-fresh cuisine, privately imported wines, rustic-chic ambiance, catering service.

Val-David

New bistro in Val-David proposing a gastronomic experience with a lovely terrace on the waterfront.

Mont-Tremblant

Guy Bazinet and Guylaine Emond, owners of Patate Ben-Venue, carry on the tradition and offer the famous original gluten-free poutine as well as the renowned cheeseburger that have earned Patate Ben