10 Best Mont Tremblant Restaurants | Where to Eat in Mont Tremblant, Quebec

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One of my most-loved destinations to check out while in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. This ski resort and the village it’s located in are both popular winter destinations, and they’re located about an hour and a half north of Montreal.

However, you shouldn’t let that stop you from coming at any time of the year. In point of fact, there are wonderful things to do in Mont-Tremblant during the winter, spring, summer, and fall seasons (yes, the fall foliage is that beautiful!).

My preferred time of year to go is during the summer. The mountains and lakes are absolutely stunning, and there is a wide variety of fun events and activities to participate in outside. In addition to that, Mont-Tremblant provides a plethora of opportunities to discover delicious new foods to try.

Restaurants in Mont Tremblant range from those considered “fancy” and upscale to one-of-a-kind establishments that are popular amongst locals. There are even some reasonably priced dishes that absolutely have to be sampled.

As a side note, given that Mont-Tremblant is located in Quebec, the majority of the place names in the area’s restaurants are written in French. On the other hand, menus are almost always available in English, and the staff almost always communicates in English as well. The locals are warm and welcoming, and you can look forward to experiencing some joie de vivre.

10 Best Mont Tremblant Restaurants

If you are going to be in Mont-Tremblant for at least two or three days, I highly recommend that you eat at some of my favorite restaurants there. The following are my top nine suggestions for restaurants to visit while in Mont-Tremblant. There is a wide range of prices on this list, ensuring that there is something affordable for everyone.

Casual Restaurants

In comparison to the number of chain restaurants, Mont-Tremblant has a large number of excellent casual dining establishments. These laid-back venues provide a wonderful opportunity for both locals and visitors to enjoy some of the town’s most beloved staples.

La Maison de la Crepe

127 Chemin de Kandahar // +1 819-681-4555

In Mont Tremblant, Maison de la Crepe is consistently ranked as one of the most popular restaurants. At the foot of the mountain, in a pedestrian village, you’ll find it nestled in a quaint old village house that has been converted into a restaurant. When you go, make sure you give yourself plenty of time because of how popular they are, which means there may be a wait.

Crepes, both sweet and savory, are served in generous portions and are considered to be one of the restaurant’s specialties. This is not your typical creperie; the dishes are distinctive, and they are packed with flavor, which is why we make it a point to visit this establishment each and every time we are in Mont-Tremblant.

Crepes like the Matante Claudette (which literally translates to “Aunt Claudette”), the smoked salmon crepe, the brunch crepe, and the la fiesta crepe are among the most popular savory options.

Crepes with a sweet filling can be ordered with various kinds of fruit, peanut butter, or Nutella. My go-to crepe order is the Florentine Crepe with an additional helping of bechamel sauce on the side.

If you’re feeling adventurous, give a sweet crepe a shot. A word of caution, the dessert portions are extremely large and sugary. My husband and I will occasionally split a savory crepe and a sweet crepe between the two of us. This is going to make for the most incredible lunch or brunch ever.

Microbrasserie Le Diable

117 Chemin de Kandahar // +1 819-681-4546

This laid-back restaurant and microbrewery is located inside the pedestrian town at the foot of Mont-Tremblant, and it is well-known for its lively environment as well as its rustic and laid-back ambiance. Although there aren’t a lot of options on the menu, each item is delicious. Although I don’t partake in the beverage myself, my husband enjoys trying something new from their selection of craft beers to accompany his meals. I’ll have a glass of whatever wine is in the house.

The European sausage dinner is always my husband’s go-to selection from the menu. You receive a little assortment of gourmet mustard in addition to your option of two different types of sausage, which is a pleasant touch. The appearance of the La Diable burger is likewise rather impressive.

The chicken brochette meal or the Asian salad is one of my favorites. In addition, we provide some fairly tasty burgers for you to order. The food is delicious, and there is enough of it in the servings.

Restaurant Antipasto

855 Rue de Saint Jovite // +1 819-425-7580

Restaurant Antipasto can be found in the Mont-Tremblant region; however, it is situated in the downtown St. Jovite area, which is approximately ten minutes away from the resort village. Nevertheless, this local restaurant is well worth the short journey, particularly if you are interested in perusing the local shops that are located in the vicinity.

This casual restaurant is located in an old train station that has been renovated, making it a one-of-a-kind destination that serves pizza made in a wood stove and some of the best lasagna that can be found anywhere.

Pizza, pasta dishes, and a really delicious Caesar salad are the restaurant’s specialties. The prices are very fair considering this is a tourist destination.

Restaurant Ital Delli

1940 Chemin du Village // 

A delicious supper can be had here at this warm and inviting Italian restaurant, which is situated around two miles away from the resort and is near to the historic hamlet of Tremblant. The food is great, and the prices are fair for the portions. Pizza, handmade pasta (especially the rosee sauce, which is one of our favorites), calamari, and excellent preparations of veal and steak are among the most popular menu items. You may want to make sure you have space for their desserts, which have the style of comfort cuisine and are really tasty.

Fine Dining – Upscale Restaurants

There are a few upscale and frequently country-style eateries to be found in Mont-Tremblant. This French Canadian village is home to a number of incredible chefs and restaurateurs who run establishments that offer fine dining. A good number of these restaurants in Mont-Tremblant are committed to preserving a homey, neighborhood vibe.

Restaurant Le St. Louis

1874 Chemin du Village // +1 819-425-2092

Restaurant St. Louis has been a favorite of guests and tourists to the Tremblant resort for many years. It is located at the Auberge La Porte Rouge in the ancient hamlet of Tremblant, which is about five to ten minutes away from the resort. They serve breakfast and lunch and have a stunning vista that looks out over Lac Mercier. The restaurant will host parties with a minimum of 25 people required for dinner reservations.

This restaurant is a family business that is run by a father and son duo who try to impress customers with their delectable food and friendly, welcoming atmosphere. The “big breakfast,” eggs Benedict, and crepes are among the most popular choices for breakfast. You really need to get some of their home fries. Delish!

In addition, they provide a wonderful cuisine for a relaxed lunch, which is served with excellent customer service. However, this restaurant really comes into its own during the supper service. The chef’s menu is often offered with a select number of table d’hote type options. Each night, you can look forward to a menu that features delectable meals with a French influence, including beef, lamb, duck, fish, pasta, and chicken. A dinner at this restaurant is a decent deal considering the quality of the establishment and its moderate price point.

Restaurant Le Savoie

116 Chemin de Kandahar // +1 819-681-4573

Although Le Savoie is not a cheap restaurant, with pricing beginning at around $50 CAN per person (which is equivalent to approximately $35 USD), the restaurant’s delectable cuisine and one-of-a-kind dining experience are well worth the investment. This delightful French and Swiss cuisine restaurant is located at the foot of the pedestrian town in Mont-Tremblant. You may choose from a variety of fondues, charcuteries, and a dish called Raclette, which is a speciality of the area. If you still have space in your stomach after dinner, finish it off with some chocolate fondue.

It is important to note that this restaurant offers two separate evening seatings; thus, bookings must be made in advance.

Mont Tremblant Cheap Eats

Mont-Tremblant is a popular tourist destination, thus it is not difficult to find eateries in the region that charge excessive prices. It’s for this reason that I get so excited when I find amazing cuisine that’s also more affordable.

Ya’oooo Pizza Pub

123 Chemin de Kandahar // +1 819-681-4616

Located at the base of Mont-Tremblant, this almost fast-food pizza joint (it’s very casual) serves great pizza and a family-style salad. If you are going to be staying in the Mont-Tremblant area, one option for dinner is to pick some up from Yaoooo and bring it back to your hotel.

You could also eat at one of their outdoor tables if the weather is nice. Even better, pick up a bottle of wine at the shop located just a few doors down the street. You will enjoy a casual meal that is both delicious and affordable.

La Roulotte

795 Rue de Saint Jovite //  +1 819-430-7151

It’s impossible for me to pass up a good “chip stand,” but this neighborhood mom-and-pop establishment that serves steamed hot dogs, burgers, and fries is the best of the bunch!

It is not elegant, nor is it attractive in any way. However, the prices are reasonable despite the restaurant’s amazing homemade fries and the very best Quebecois poutine. For the benefit of those who are unaware, the traditional components of poutine are beef gravy, curd cheese, and French fries. Alternate preparations include using smoked meat and ground beef respectively. For me, nothing beats the tried-and-true method because it consistently delivers satisfying results. Participate in some rounds of mini-golf while you’re there.

Smokes Poutinerie

151 Chemin du Curé Deslauriers // +1 819-681-4747

This restaurant is known for serving various kinds of poutine despite its relaxed atmosphere. The Quebecois dish known as poutine is typically prepared with homemade-style french fries and squeaky curd cheese. Believe the hype; this dish tastes one hundred times better than it sounds.

You can stop in and grab a poutine to go with all the fixings at this establishment, which is situated at the bottom of the pedestrian village in Mont-Tremblant (right next to the free Gondola). The poutine can be topped with Quebec smoked meat and dill pickles, or it can even be covered with cheeseburger and bacon!

Despite the fact that I favor more traditional dishes like gravy and curd cheese, this restaurant is undeniably popular. It is an excellent choice for a meal or snack that will clog your arteries.

Queues de Castor (translated BeaverTails)

116 Chemin de Kandahar // +1 819-717-1933

BeaverTails, also known as Queues de Castor in French, is a Canadian chain restaurant that maintains a cozy and homey atmosphere despite being part of a larger national chain. If you find yourself in Mont Tremblant and are in the mood for a sweet or salty treat, this is a good option. They do not serve actual beaver tails, but rather a flat sweet pastry that is shaped like a beaver tail and tastes more like a gourmet donut. Thank goodness. These come with a selection of toppings, such as Nutella, Reeses pieces, maple syrup, cinnamon and sugar, and more. This is a nice and inexpensive treat that can be eaten as either a snack or a dessert.

At any time of year—winter, spring, summer, or fall—Mont-Tremblant is a breathtakingly beautiful place to take a vacation and take in the sights. When you combine the culture of the French villages in Quebec with the energy of the resort town of Mont-Tremblant, you get an eclectic mix of fantastic restaurants to choose from.

Which of these Mont-Tremblant restaurants do you most want to try? Let me know in the comments section below!