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Review of restaurants within the Mont Tremblant Village
Good, but not great. Dessert coffee was excellent.
A rare find. Quick, healthy juices and shakes, sandwiches and soups as well as energy bars, chips, etc. Small bar for dining in. Staff was very attentive and food was delicious.
Brewery with sports bar and casual dining downstairs, fancier menu upstairs. We had burgers and did not enjoy them.
Creperie serving all sorts of crepes and coffee. The bechamel sauce was divine. Maple syrup was so light and tasty that we proceeded to Cabane a Sucre to buy some to take home. Fast, helpful service.
Beautifully presented and delicious food. Service was superior.
Pizza fretes taken to a whole new level. Fried dough with cinnamon and sugar, nutella, apples and/or other toppings.
Hot maple syrup poured on a bed of snow and rolled onto a wooden stick like a lollipop. Sold at various stands throughout the village.
Fondue and raclettes in a cottage. A bit smelly and server was so rude that we left. Large tables. Seems to cater to groups rather than families.
The freshest tasting and most consistent food. Chefs prepare buffets at breakfast as well as salad and dessert buffets at dinner. Weekends feature seafood buffets. Service varied wildly. Be warned that the staff did not know whether there were nuts in any of the items (we have a son under two) and did not care to find out.
The Terrace level cafe had some of the rudest staff we encountered. But the food was convenient and quick if you are on the go.