Mont Tremblant, a picturesque town nestled in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains, is not just renowned for its world-class ski slopes and stunning natural beauty, but also for its vibrant culinary scene. This charming Canadian town is home to a diverse array of restaurants, each offering a unique gastronomic experience. From cozy bistros serving traditional Quebecois fare to upscale dining establishments offering international cuisine, Mont Tremblant has something to satisfy every palate. This article will guide you through the best restaurants in Mont Tremblant, helping you discover the town's culinary gems and make your dining experience truly unforgettable.
Eclectic dishes with Mediterranean flair, pizza, ribs & lobster are served in a cozy log home.
Nice chalet decor with a touch of modern design on one of the walls. Friendly bilingual service. Wait for the food was a bit long, but once you've tasted it, it's worth the wait. Cod and scallops were cooked perfectly and the flavours blended beautifully for both dishes. Beet and cabbage soup and risotto were also delicious. Highly recommended when in the area.
5 / 5
Food was good, better than most of the other touristy restaurants in the village, but not spectacular for the price. Fairly healthy sized portions, and service was pretty good, although a bit slow. It was a Sunday evening, so quite busy and crowded, but overall not a bad experience.
4 / 5
I love this place. It is newly renovated with a sophisticated flair. It is a refreshing addition to Mont-Tremblant, as an upscale but relaxed dinner option, very close to the mountain. The owner, Julie Zyromski, is amazing, young, trendy, talented and knowledgeable, as featured in the media and in her many publications. The staff is very attentive without being pretentious. The food is great, while portions are generous, and there is always a black board with fresh, seasonal choices. The wine card is also interesting, especially if you want to delve in better curated options than what you can find in the "resort", at the ski mountain.
5 / 5
Had a business dinner at La Petite Cache on a Thursday evening. The service and the food was amazing. I had the Cod and the pistachio cake along with a lemon cello spritzer. It was all very good. Due to the open concept, it was a bit hard to hear my colleague, but other than it was was a great experience.
5 / 5
Great steak it was delicious, its a little bit expensive, wish they could offer something else with the fries not just steak and fries. Because the fries and steak portion were small. So suggestion maybe include some salad or another side meal that could make it feel complete. But the steak medium-rare was amazingly tasty⭐⭐⭐⭐
4 / 5
Creative cuisine with a local, seasonal focus pairs with global wines in a romantic cottage setting.
Wow this place is delicious! I went here for a work party/ dinner and we had our own room. The service was impeccable and the food was very pretty and well put together. I'm usually not a fan of nuts in dishes but in the tomato mozzarella appetizer, it was incredible-i finished it all!
5 / 5
I’d give this a 2.5 out of five but I wasn’t able to sort out how to do half stars. We had originally booked a meal at the nearby Le Grille St-Georges, however we read the responses on trip advisor from the manager to unhappy customers and he was ridiculously and offensively rude to them (shaming people who couldn’t afford more expensive meals). We decided to go to sEb based on the numerous positive reviews. Upon arrival for our scheduled reservation we were asked to come back as our table wasn’t ready. No problem, we walked around outside and came back and were seated. Unfortunately it was right in front of a very hot blowing heater which the hostess apologized about but I guess someone has to sit there. We asked about the 7 course menu and were discouraged by the waitress as it took 2.5 hours and it was 830pm. So we opted for the four course. The four course started with some bread and oil, and a little filled spoon. The one bite was tasty. Then we had a stew which was also good. The main course for me was duck (undercooked) and for my friend fish. Followed by a small lava cake which was okay as well. I thought there would be another plate (cheese perhaps?) but was told the spoon was considered one of the four “courses.” We were given a little tiny thumb tip sized pastry at the end and told it was compliments of the restaurant. Only our first two dishes were explained to us by the various servers, the others weren’t. My biggest issue tonight was the time between courses. We finally exited at 11pm from an 830 seating having paid $70 each for a four course meal that took 2.5! We could have just have had the darn 7 course meal - or maybe we would have exited at 1am at the pace it was going. We asked the server to request they try and bring the next meal out a little more quickly but no apology was offered by anyone there. The servers were nice but we weren’t given updates by anyone as we waited almost an entire hour between the stew and the main course. Ultimately the wait time and the quality of the food would make this a pass for me in future.
2 / 5
My wife and I enjoyed the 7 course meal. The service and food was exceptional. The waiter explained each plate and ensured we were satisfied with each one. The only negative would be that the portion size wasn't consistent between my wife and my plate, but we both still didn't leave hungry. Thanks for a delicious meal.
5 / 5
We had a great experience here. We chose to have the 7 course chef's tasting menu with the wine pairings. Starting with the oysters, all the dishes were excellent and it was great to have a taste of local inventive cuisine. The wine pairings were well thought out and complimented the food nicely. The service was perfect.
5 / 5
Best meal I have had in Tremblant. The drinks, the meat, the seafood were perfectly done. And their kids meal was a braised short ribs.
5 / 5
Tartares & other upmarket pub fare in a cozy, wood-lined space with modern touches & outdoor seats.
The wait was long, and actually their was no one in line. After a few minutes, I had to wave at a waiter to get some attention. The food was good, a good portion. Price are a little steep, but it's Mont-Tremblant... I was on the terrace, so very relaxed ambiance with the Ironman going on. I would recommend it for the food definitely. But for the rest, which is important to me, service ordinary...
3 / 5
The staff was really sweet. When we were not getting food anywhere, this restaurant came to our rescue. The girl at the entry was kind enough to accommodate us for food. Food was also nice.
5 / 5
Such a cool place, with interesting, cozy decor and a great assortment of unusual meats (elk carpaccio, wild boar stew, half piglet shank, etc). It's surprisingly both great for a date night and also with a family; they have a kids menu and crayons but also a full bar. My favorite was the duck in blueberry sauce, and the half pigling shank was also really good. Both were so tender, and came with really good sides. I also got to try two unusual appetizers here: the calamari steak and frog legs. The calamari was great, very unlike its usual form. The frog legs were also tasty, but tasted quite like chicken (not that I've ever tried them before). We had a hard time choosing dessert, but settled on the rhubarb and strawberry crumble, which was incredible, I think we chose right!
5 / 5
Great little restaurant located in the pedestrian village. They offer mostly locally sourced ingredients with a great selection of wild and regular meats. The atmosphere was wonderful, like sitting in a cozy wood refuge or a sugar shack. Good selection of cocktails and wines. Service was friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend to anyone visiting Mont-Tremblant and staying in the village to visit this place.
5 / 5
Easily the best out of all restaurants we tried in Tremblant village. This place is a foodie heaven. Lots of love went into all the dishes we tried. Everything was made a little bit uniquely. Highly recommend and will be back!
5 / 5
Gourmet crêpes with sweet & savory fillings served in a tiny, rustic house below the ski slopes.
We liked the concept of having the option to choose from sweet or savoury crepes. We were glad to see vegetarian options as well. Ordered 2 savoury crepes - Rene oncle and Florentine, they were good though a little bland for our taste. Maybe will come back to try the sweet ones some time!
3 / 5
Pretty decent place. Though the staff doesn’t know English much but still they served us well. Food was good. My wife didn’t like one of the ordered crêpe but the staff was so good that they requested her to order something else, served her a delicious one this time and didn’t charge for the one ordered earlier. Overall a good experience.
4 / 5
Enjoyed our time at this amazing crepe place that also serves other delightful items on the menu. Tried the half portion Mac n Cheese and the mushroom crepe. Both were delicious and definitely recommended. Staff was quite warm and the service was excellent. Loved the patio seating under the trees.
4 / 5
My wife and I stopped here for breakfast while visiting the area. The great reviews are correct. The crepes are absolutely the best I have ever had. Nice presentation as well. The outdoor patio was really nice and well kept. The service was excellent. Will deffinetly be returning here when we come back to Tremblant.
5 / 5
Great spot for crepes for any meal of the day. Like most places in the area, there's a large terrasse and an indoor seating option. Lots of crepe options from sweet to savoury, some of them come with sides of fruit. There's vegetarian options as well. If you're a fan of savoury, the Rustique with sausage, cheddar, and caramelized cinnamon apples in béchamel sauce is worth it! Bring your appetite!
5 / 5
Donata De Luca
Chic brasserie at the Fairmont hotel offering sophisticated, contemporary French cuisine & drinks.
Fantastic food and service. We had the seafood platter for two. Why is it for two, because there is a whole lobster included. Plus a side dish rosemary brioche, and mushrooms. Then for dessert we had homemade gelato, three flavors which were as good as gelatos get and a trembleziene (pretty sure I spelled it mostly correct). It was with a little maple syrup infusion in the cream, which took it over the top. We will be going back tomorrow, can't wait.
5 / 5
Where am I ? was my first impression when I settled at my table looking at firepiece and candle light. Romantic, delicious, nice staff.
5 / 5
Celebrated my birthday and let me tell you!!! What a blast, service is outstanding! Food is delicious I can't complain. This place is so peaceful and relaxing, the aesthetics of the overall is phenomenal, love the set up including the interior selection. Definitely a place to dine in! Can't wait to go back.
5 / 5
We had a delicious dinner with natural wine. The staff was super friendly and we enjoyed it a lot. Even though it was overall on the pricey side the menu is excellent and well worth it. A place to remember forever.
5 / 5
Delightful food and staff. Expensive as expected, but worth it if you are celebrating something special!
5 / 5
We had the bison burger, the chowder soup, and the lobster tail. Very nice patio in the sun with a cute outdoor fire in the middle. Very nice waitress. The food was tasty but with the price of everything going up these days I'd always expect better. Definitely recommend.
4 / 5
Great food, great atmosphere, great owner! They were very busy and we came without reservation but they were able to get us a table eventually - service was a bit slow but very understandable given the circumstances. The waiter assigned to our table didn’t speak great English though, so at one point she switched to speaking very slow French instead of English, but everything else was excellent! Presentation and taste of food was amazing!
5 / 5
Perfect for après ski! The service was super friendly, welcoming and fast, the afternoon menu before full dinner service is great - simple, delicious and filling - and the atmosphere is fantastic- really relaxed and fun but also nice, historic and immaculately clean. Will absolutely come back.
5 / 5
My experience at Au Coin (after many visits) is unfortunately consistent with the other poor reviews in this thread. The food is good, and the location / atmosphere is great, but the service is terrible. The attitude of staff and management is consistent with the negative criticism. Maybe someday the owners will find the right mix of staff and management to fully realize the potential of this historic establishment. Until then, I would not return.
3 / 5
This restaurant is truly a hidden gem, a place with reasonably priced food and amazing service. The group I went with all enjoyed, each enjoying the food they ordered. Service was very quick and attentive, with the servers making sure everything was okay for our entire stay. Overall I was blown away with the overall hospitality and food quality. I would definitely come here again.
5 / 5
Amazing place to visit! The most beautiful view! Really nice place at the top of the mountain Considering it’s the only place at the top you are kinda stuck so come prepared with snacks and drinks or get ready to spend a pretty penny. I recommend to have a good food restaurant on this area with this beautiful view it will be amazing
5 / 5
Having wandered the lookout points at Mt Tremblant atop, this is an perfect place to both take a break and have meals of your choice from the in-house facilities. Spacious and elaborate seating arrangements offering good views at certain places. A special thanks to great lady managing the guest services desk as you enter. Seen her very politely and positively answering all guests queries. One of our mobile was misplaced and we just took a chance to share our incident. She promptly enquired on model and colour and immediately over her phone made a few calls. To our pleasant surprise informed us that one piece has been found and safely kept at gondola entrance point. We were very much happy to get our mobile back with prompt and courteous service of their staff members and never faced any problem. Sincere thanks again to the respected lady and their staff too. So enjoy your trip amongst such helpful staff and sweeping panaromic surroundings atop the Grand Manitou. Enjoy.
5 / 5
Summer or Winter this spot is my favourite! During summer be cautious of small black flies, when they bite, they hurt! You can either buy food here or bring your own! Good is pretty expensive $18 for chicken fingers ( super dry) and fries with a fountain drink.
5 / 5
Really nice place at the top of the mountain but it’s ridiculously expensive so come prepared and don’t say I didn’t warn you. Bring lots of water with you as it’s like $6-7 a bottle up there which is embarrassing that they are charging that much to tourists who are visiting to have a good time. Never mind that you already spent $30+ on the gondola to get up there then they take you to the cleaners on refreshments it’s unreal. I can only imagine a family with a few kids that need drinks might have a $50 bill just to get hydrated. The food was expensive but reasonable with a burger and poutine combo coming to about $20 which was pricey but doable considering things down in the village are expensive too. The water was what blew our mind with 2 bottles costing around $12-$14 from what I recall we started laughing when we saw the bill. Considering it’s the only place at the top you are kinda stuck so come prepared with snacks and drinks or get ready to spend a pretty penny.
3 / 5
Expensive as hell but the views are breathtaking
5 / 5