The Mont Tremblant dining scene offers a wide variety of options for everyone to the ski vacationer on a budget, a family that needs a fun, relaxing meal and even the seasoned foodie or wind aficionado. It’s all there for the taking on a Mont Tremblant ski vacation.
For breakfast (and lunch or dinner for the matter), one of the best place in the base village is indelibly the Creperie Catherine, who’s menu provides healthy and irresistible options for breakfast, lunch and dinner that will fancy both everyone’s palates. Le Shack, on Chemin de Chappelle, is a great place for an après-ski snack, lunch or affordable meal. It’s also great if you have a large group who can’t make up their mind on where, and what, they want to eat. The menu has everything from burgers and sandwiches to beef and fish entrees. There’s nothing like a slice and a beer after a full day on the slopes, which is why a meal at the Restaurant Pizzateria on Kandahar is in order. The menu features a wide-variety of gourmet, thin-crust pizza options ideal for lunch or dinner.
For some authentic Mexican to spice up the cold Canadian winter nights, head to Café Guacamole Y Salsas, on rue Saint-Jovite. They serve homemade tortillas, excellent Mexican classics and fresh, simple margaritas. If you find yourself craving some traditional French food and an exceptional fine dining experience, Le Cheval de Jade, on Rue de St. Jovite, is worth a reservation, or two.
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