Where to Eat in Mont-Tremblant

by Erich Martin

Mar 25, 2019

Mont-Tremblant, Canada © Vlad Ghiea | Dreamstime

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No resort is complete without a full list of dining and shopping options. Mont-Tremblant is no exception, and the mountain resort features countless bars, restaurants, quick-service eateries and places to shop.

 

You can find something to fit your taste no matter what you are looking for. For starters, Microbrasserie La Diable is a microbrewery with a number of excellent beers always on tap. The menu is expansive and includes everything from burgers to salads to pastas. The brewery’s Belgian Tripel was my favorite when I visited recently.

 

For a menu a little more specific, look toward Ô Wok. This pan-Asian restaurant is largely inspired by Thai and Chinese cuisine. The atmosphere is relaxed while ushering guests toward incredible food. The menu is varied enough to please all palates, including two distinct vegan options.

 

Something a little more casual is the Pizzateria. This restaurant specializes in, as you might guess, pizza. The restaurant has an impressive variety, including a great vegan pie.

 

For a quick drink of something caffeinated or alcoholic, visit Bistro au Grain de Café. This café had the best coffee I tasted during my entire trip, and I wish I could have purchased some beans to bring home.

 

Perhaps even more so than at conventional resorts, it is important for a ski resort to have plenty of dining options to fuel and satisfy visitors. You can find a full list of the restaurants available in Mont-Tremblant online.

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