Top 5 Best Breakfast in Mont Tremblant

Most visitors stay less than a week in Mont Tremblant, so if that’s you, and you’re spending a few days or a weekend, use this guide to make breakfast a highlight of your trip. The best breakfast in Mont Tremblant is L’Arôme Café-Bistro, but the village offers many morning options.

You can get classic French fare or stick to the basics; Mont Tremblant delivers whatever your taste buds are calling for. Since the town has so many activities, it’s crucial to start your day on the right foot and be fully energized to get the most from your visit. Here are some favourite brunch spots in the Laurentians.

1. L’Arôme Café-Bistro – Best Overall Breakfast

Breakfast Poutine - With Bacon Ham and Brown Gravy - Arome Cafe
Photo: L’Arôme Café

This bustling dining room has a classic bed-and-breakfast feel but without the bed. When you first enter, you must walk past their pastry display case, which you can smell as soon as you open the door.

The menu is chock-full of breakfast staples such as eggs benedict, omelettes, and crepes. If you want to try something different, order the Breakfast Poutine that comes with their in-house ham and made-from-scratch brown gravy.

I mean, I did call this blog Chasing Poutine, right? Haha!

Local Tip: eat before 11 am and enjoy free coffee!

Ambiance: ★★★★☆

Food Options: ★★★★★

Food Quality: ★★★★★

Coffee: ★★★☆☆


2. Le Charlotte Café Bistro – Best Premium Breakfast

Bagel and Smoked Salmon - European Breakfast - Le Charlotte Cafe Bistro
Photo: Le Charlotte Café Bistro

Since you’re on vacation, you might as well treat yourself a bit. While you don’t have to get dressed up, you can enjoy a high-end European breakfast complete with freshly made bagels, smoked salmon, and waffles piled high with seasonal berries.

The menu here can change often because they use many local products, but you can always count on a traditional breakfast with eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, and potatoes. Along with L’Arôme, Le Charlotte Café-Bistro serves a top-tier eggs benedict with a few different options. 

Local Tip: order your eggs benedict on one of their specialty bagels; thank me later.

Ambiance: ★★★☆☆

Food Options: ★★★★☆

Food Quality: ★★★★★

Coffee: ★★★★☆


3. La maison de la crêpe – Best Traditional French Menu

Mushroom and Sausage Pancakes - Traditional French Breakfast - La Maison de la Crepe
Photo: La Maison de la Crêpe

To satisfy those crepe cravings, I recommend the House of Crepes, or La maison de la crêpe. They have 30 different recipes that suit any kind of mood you’re in. There are breakfast crepes, lunch crepes, specialty crepes, and dessert crepes. If you want to design your own, you’re also more than welcome.

Enjoy the dining room that sits in an old but renovated farmhouse. This gives the whole restaurant a historic feel akin to visiting your grandmother’s house. Due to this ambiance, it attracts a lot of locals and people who just want to hang out and enjoy each other’s company.

Local Tip: they are a licensed Starbucks, so all their coffee is prepared via Starbucks’ strict processes. They even have Starbucks hot chocolate, which is hard to find at normal locations.

Ambiance: ★★★★☆

Food Options: ★★☆☆☆

Food Quality: ★★★★☆

Coffee: ★★★★★


4. La Sandwicherie Café + Bistro – Best Brunch Options

French Toast Sandwich - With Swiss Ham and Maple Mayo - La Sandwicherie
Photo: La Sandwicherie

Breakfast doesn’t always mean eggs and bacon. Sometimes, we’re in the mood for something more substantial, and when that mood strikes me, I’d head to La Sandwicherie Café + Bistro.

Artisanal sandwiches made with locally sourced ingredients served in a charming homestyle setting are their claim to fame here. However, not just sandwiches; they offer wraps, salads, and desserts as well.

What separates this place from just being a lunch spot is the quality of their coffee. They pull authentic espresso shots, meaning their lattes and cappuccinos are on point. Service is fast here, and you’ll be wide awake after an espresso and a heavy dose of natural daylight from their large front windows.

Local Tip: if it’s chilly during your trip to Mont Tremblant, try one of their soups… or all of them; they’re that good. 

Ambiance: ★★★★★

Food Options: ★★★★☆

Food Quality: ★★★★☆

Coffee: ★★★★☆


5. St. Hubert – Most Affordable

Traditional Breakfast - With Toast Egg Sausage Bean and Coffee

So, you spent all your money on the top 4 best breakfasts in Mont Tremblant but still need breakfast on your last day before travelling home? That’s what St. Hubert is for.

This food chain is local only to Quebec and offers a brunch menu on the weekends. They are best known for their chicken dinners but can be relied on for a speedy and affordable breakfast.

Avoid Timmy’s and McD’s when you’re in a pinch and take advantage of a homegrown franchise restaurant in Mont Tremblant. 

Local Tip: pick up a full or a slice of sugar pie on your way out. This is a Quebec delicacy, and St. Hubert makes a good one.

Ambiance: ★★☆☆☆

Food Options: ★★☆☆☆

Food Quality: ★★★☆☆

Coffee: ★☆☆☆☆


Summary of the Best Breakfast in Mont Tremblant

If you only have time for one breakfast during your visit, then the best breakfast in Mont Tremblant is L’Arôme Café-Bistro. They have a balanced menu and a classic setting that will suit your visit to the Laurentian mountains to a T. However, all the above suggestions will satisfy your brunch desires!

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What to Do in Mont Tremblant, Laurentians?

Wondering what to do during the day when you’re in Mont Tremblant? Here are some of the top activities you’ll want to add to your itinerary:

– Head out for an adventurous buggy ride

– See the Laurentians in all their splendour during a breathtaking helicopter ride

– Hit the water for a rafting outing on the Rouge river, or try the kayaking alternative and even SUP

– Set yourself free on Mont Tremblant’s zipline adventure course

– Go for a walk along the Sentier des cimes panoramic tower

– Try your hand at some rock climbing

What to Do in the Laurentians and How to Organize Your Trip

Looking for things to do in the Laurentians during your visit? Here are some must-try activities:

Preparing For Your Trip

When I look for things to do in my destination, I always have a look at Viator, GetYourGuide, Manawa, Civitatis and sometimes even Expedia.

It’s first off a great way to find out what there is to do, but always a quick and easy method to book cheaply and efficiently with these renowned platforms.

Need a place to sleep? I find most of my accommodations on but I also use for their rewards program (11th free night) as well as Expedia. When booking smaller places in Quebec, you might not find them here and need to contact them directly.

Looking for a cheap flight to the Laurentians through Montreal? Have a look on Cheapoair or Skyscanner I use regularly.

Once you’re there, rent a car to roam free with AutoEurope or RentalCars or hop on a bus around Montreal, Quebec and surrounding cities with Busbud.

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About Author

Passionate about travel and food, Jennifer Doré Dallas is a freelance travel writer, author and creator since 2010. On top of this amazing Chasing Poutine blog, she also founded Moi, mes souliers in 2010 and she is the author/co-author of around two dozen Lonely Planet, Ulysse and Parfum d'encre travel guidebooks, in addition to having contributed to other books and hundreds of tourism and Web platforms, magazines, DMOs and Websites over the years. As a lecturer in Web writing and SEO for a Quebec college and consultant for various companies and DMOs, she loves combining technological advances with the classic beauty of words, and is a member of TMAC, SATW, NATJA and IFTWTA!

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