Visitors flock to Saint Sauveur des Monts for its abundance of outdoor activities and beautiful landscapes. Saint Sauveur des Monts is known for its plentiful skiing and snowboarding along with other great outdoor activities and fantastic sights. Visit Mont Saint-Sauveur for the best skiing and dining in the area all packed into a beautiful resort community. The nearby Mont Saint-Sauveur Parc Aquatique is a fun-filled water park with attractions for the whole family.
Things to do in Saint Sauveur des Monts
4 based on 110 reviews
We went for dinner last night and after Reading some reviews, we chose this restaurant. Bringing your own wine is really a selling feature. The place is really quaint with white table clothes and excellent service. Our food was very good. We had the mussels with blue cheese, and the peppercorn steak as well as Escargots.... It was all very nice. I would recommend you making Reservations as the place was packed, and we happened to get lucky....
4 based on 138 reviews
Brûlerie des Monts is immensely popular owing to the superior quality of its coffees sold by the cup. But the café-resto is also renowned for the unparalleled freshness of delicious meals prepared on the premises. The dining room and Terrace are always full, and the atmosphere is warm, friendly and relaxed, great for family get-togethers and time spent with friends.
THEN there is a wonderful menu all day, Pretty Terrace for great people watching and feeling the vibe in Saint Sauveur. Right in the Hub of the Village and THEN there are the amazing DESSERTS !!!Thank you so much for your review. We are very glad you enjoyed your time at Brûlerie des Monts! Hope to see you again soon! Cheers.
4 based on 209 reviews
We visited during the Noon hour and we opted to each try/share a different dish. The crepe with asparagus/bacon was just okay and short on asparagus. The second crepe, with béchamel sauce, had spinach and mushrooms and which turned out to be a better choice. Crepes should not flake and both of ours were slightly overdone in some areas. Thinking we could add a little moisture to the dry parts with the bottle on the table which looked like maple syrup we tried that. It was not maple syrup but a commercially made and inexpensive table syrup.
The restaurant is quite appealing with a good ambience. Our server was pleasant and helpful. Overall, a good place, not a great one.
4 based on 192 reviews
Immediately upon entering you see that this establishment has tired and because you were hoping that it actually maintained the standards that the old Montreal location used to have, you feel let down.
The menu is the same and yes, the food is adequate at best. Long gone is the Gibbys of yesteryear.
Compared to the other location, the staff here is friendly and accommodating. These people actually care. Whoever is in charge, seems to care, which makes things more enjoyable.
Prices are moderate to high and the food as I said, adequate.
4.5 based on 518 reviews
The Rio Restaurant, located in the heart of St Sauveur des Monts on 352 Rue Principale, is the home of the “Best Baby Back Ribs in the Laurentians”. A favourite of locals, the Rio offers mouth-watering fresh home-cooking, including fall-off-the-bone Baby back ribs, and the famous Rio Brisket Sandwich, Confit de Canard, Chicken Supreme, Filet Mignon, Crevette Papillion, and Filet Doré, and a long list of appetizers that will surely tempt your palate. The outdoor Terrace or cozy interior and friendly staff will help make your visit a dining experience to remember.The Rio’s Promise to You; As the owner of The Rio, we are responsible for choosing the ingredients that go into your favorite foods. We have chosen to use only the finest ingredients available. We start by making our products in-house every day. Our sauces are handmade in small batches using the best bases available. Premium baby back ribs, fresh chicken, fresh mushrooms, premium calamari, are a few of the examples of choice ingredients we use.
We came here after a day of skiing based on recommendations from Tripadvisor. We were not disappointed. Highly recommend the ribs and rib-eye steak. Succulent, fall-off-the-bone ribs with excellent marinade. And the steak was perfectly cooked with a charcoal / wooden grill. Fries were also...MoreThank you for your review and we’re glad you enjoyed your dining experience.Look forward to seeing you again.
4 based on 172 reviews
Group of 16, birthday for adult daughter. Reservation for 5 p.m. Saturday night. Arrived at resto at 16:45, door not opened until three minutes to 5 even though it was cold and wintry and staff could easily see us...with our balloons. Bad start. Enentually at table with group, staff seems to do things by rote, not much of a personal touch, are hurried and the worse insult was when at 19:25 we were told that in ten minutes we would have to leave the table! Even though we were told when reserving that they had another group at 20:00, which is fine, but a ten-minute warning!?! Rather insulting as it costs 200$ for supper for lmy wife and I. The food is not exeptional. The veal overcooked, brussel sprouts hard, pasta stuck together. Those who had shrimp did not like them and the salmon tartar bland. Those who had the bavette enjoyed it and also the filet mingnon. Never had time for coffee as we had to politely leave. This restaurant would not make it in a more competetive market close to Montreal, St.Sauveur is a seasonal ski town. The restaurant itself is nice, clean, modern. Clientel is nouveau-riche mostly. and somewhat transient. If you want a better restaurant, go to the 'Ardoise' in Ste.Thérèse, Would we go back to this place, no thank you.
4 based on 259 reviews
My husband and I ate "brunch" there recently. The food was delicious, beautifully presented and served by charming waitresses who are fully bilingual. My crepe of pear and goat cheese, drizzled with honey was so pretty I felt like being a millennial when I wanted to take a photo (but didn't).
In addition to all of the above, the couple who own the restaurant are committed to healthy eating so both of our entrees came with side dishes of fresh fruit. And cappuccinos topped off this artful meal. I wish we lived in St. Sauveur (a great skiing town), but will have to settle for an occasional visit.
Next time we go I'd like to return for dinner. Bravo.
3.5 based on 354 reviews
BYOB(Bring your own bottle)...Located on one of the most attractive site in St-Sauveur, the Feliciano offers sophisticated cuisine in surroundings that are both cozy and elegant. In summer, Feliciano invites you to the most spacious Terrace in the Laurentians. With its superb Fountain and airy atmosphere, the Feliciano is certainly the place to be!
Made an early reservation for a friend's birthday, and the choice could not have been better. Warren's welcome, setting of ambiance, warmth and presentation could not have been better.
Being winter, we opted to sit inside, and were given a place by the fire... Thie is a bring your own wine resto, and went to the depanneur just beside the restaurant for a nice white.. but, the most important... The food.
Opening with a spicy vegetable soup perfectly flavoured, beautifully present ed in oversized bowls, flavour presaged what was to come. The bread supplied was warm and fresh, as should be.
I had the Seafood Linguini, and the large scallop and shrimps, were beautifully seared and quickly gobbled, but the joy was the linguini, perfectly cooked, with a beautiful sauce, and it was filled with a very generous serving of seafoods that blended in deliciously
My friend had Giant scallops and shrim, with wild rice that was "to die for", the rice beautifully done and gently spiced, the seafood seared to the point that you were torn between talking smaller bites so that it, although plentiful, would last longer, and just gobbling each piece whole to get all the flavour..
The desert was a plate of tiramisu, brownie (a must have) and creme brûlée all of which were a fitting end to a satisfying and inspiring meal..
Thank you Warren, I will be back soon, and often
4.5 based on 162 reviews
Breakfasts! The Petit Cafe chez Denise is first of all a nice place to come for the quality and the large variety of breakfasts, the Mountains of fresh fruits accompanied with a coffee made with a unique grinding, tested and approved by regular customers or perhaps try our specialized Nespresso coffee. The Terrace In the afternoon, maybe you want a good beer accompanied with a plate of nachos, well seated on one of the biggest Terrace in Saint-Sauveur des Monts... The chef In the evening, the atmosphere is more cosy. The bistro menu is a creation of Chef Denis Picard, all in flavours and discoveries. We invite you to discover our private imports and selection of wine at affordable price. On some Friday nights, a duet of musicians accompanies you throughout the evening... The team at Au petit cafe chez Denise makes sure to offer you a quality meal at a affordable price either for breakfast, lunch or dinner in a friendly atmosphere, it's a place where friends like to meet.
4 based on 76 reviews
On a recommendation from previous customer, we ate at this mediterranean restaurant that serves authentique food. The grilled Octopus should not be missed, the tzatziki was very thick and rich nd creamy. The catch of the day was grilled Med Bass that was fresh and delicious. The Greek salad was outstanding with market fresh vegetables. Recommended.
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