Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner is our series highlighting the best local restaurants across Canada. Today we are featuring top restaurant picks in Saint-Sauveur, Quebec, 60 kilometres north of Montreal.
By Ilissa Maiatico
The Laurentian town of Saint-Sauveur is a popular destination for skiers in the winter, but with all the fall foliage, it’s coming in to one of its most beautiful seasons. The Obodum Bistro-Café offers a full menu of eggs, buttermilk pancakes, fresh fruit and juices.
Obodum Bistro-Café, 220 Ch. du Lac-Millette, Saint-Sauveur, QC, 450-227-0458
If the weather is nice, you’ll enjoy the airy patio with its relaxing tinkle from the facade’s front fountains as you people-watch on the quiet street. Lunch is given full attention with eight salads and just as many panini to choose from. Or to sample something richer, opt for pasta, like grilled chicken and asparagus over a creamy linguine, or one of the many veal dishes.
Orange & Pamplemousse, 120 Rue Principale, Saint-Sauveur, QC, 450-227-4330
Papa Luigi has been a Saint-Sauveur staple for more than 30 years, and the menu has something to please everyone, from pasta and veal parmigiana to steaks and seafood. On Thursday nights after 5 pm, hit up the pasta bar and have the chef create you a custom dish.
Papa Luigi, 155 rue Principale, Saint-Sauveur, QC, 450-227-7250