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Quebec restaurants

Luigi Clementi of Coco Pazzo in Mont Tremblant, Quebec

By Waheeda Harris

An Italian heritage and the influences of the Quebecois food culture of Montreal lured Luigi Clementi into the kitchen from an early age. Clementi’s parents always had an abundance of vegetables and fruit growing in the garden, prosciutto and sausages curing in the wine cellar cantina as well as aging wine barrels and homemade wine vinegar. (more…)

Luc Boissy of Domaine Château-Bromont in Quebec’s Eastern Townships

By Waheeda Harris

Executive chef of the four restaurants (Les Quatres Canards, La Trattoria, Bistro at the Hôtel and Les Terrasses) of the Domaine Château-Bromont resort in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, Luc Boissy has spent his career devoted to La Belle Province and its distinct cuisine. (more…)

Executive Chef Daniel Tobien of Fairmont Tremblant Resort

By Waheeda Harris

Born in France’s Alsace region, Chef Daniel Tobien has gastronomy in his genes. From his mother, he acquired a profound loyalty to local products and from his father, a native of the Burgundy region, he learned his appreciation of good wines and a natural way with people—all which he believes are essential ingredients for making a true chef de cuisine.

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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner: Saint-Sauveur, Quebec

Photo by Neal Jennings

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.

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By Ilissa Maiatico

BREAKFAST

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. (more…)