Vaudreuil-Dorion (French pronunciation: [vodʁœj dɔʁjɔ̃]) is a suburb of Greater Montreal, in the Montérégie region of southwestern Quebec. The result of the merger of two towns, Vaudreuil and Dorion, it is located in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Regional County Municipality. Ranked in 2017 as the 15th/100 best cities to raise children in Canada.
Things to do in Vaudreuil-Dorion
4 based on 79 reviews
This restaurant is an easy 25min. drive west of Montreal and well worth the trip.It is open 7days/week for both lunch and dinner. Excellent and expertly prepared mediteranean cuisine, mouth-watering comfort foods,<br>signature dishes, amazing desserts and wines available to compliment your meal at very reasonable prices. Chef Marc-Andre Roy is classically trained and is passionate about the food that he prepares. This restaurant deserves high praise and definitely a review in TripAdvisor!!!
4.5 based on 148 reviews
Came twice within the same month; once with a colleague and once with a friend. Atmosphere and decor are very important to me... right up there with the quality of the food. This place did not disappoint. It was highly recommended by someone at work.
LIKED: vast choice in lunch and breakfast menu (arrived between 11-12 so both were available), service friendly & unhurried -- so could linger in visiting with my meal companions, decor very charming. I would consider this a real treat for breakfast. Food was always delicious and had the homecooked feel. Also known for their summer ice-cream serving space at the far end of the building, a nice touch was adding a swirl of soft ice-cream to their dessert.
LIKED less: if you are looking for a Quebec diner breakfast with a full platter for under $10, this is NOT the place. A little on the pricey side but would still go back. Parking is limited in front of the restaurant, but there is parking across the street a short few steps down the road.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Oh the urge to lick your plate!! I was super impressed by the soup, escargot were prepared in a new and fantastic way and the Filet Mignon and Lobster may have been cooked better than I have experienced before. I'm no dessert fan but my dinner included one and I ordered the cheesecake expecting to sample it. It was so light and tasty I had to resist licking the plate. The staff was super friendly and if you want a great experience, bring a bottle of wine (or two) and enjoy dinner. They do not rush the food service so if you want to dine with friends while chatting this is the place to do it.
4 based on 122 reviews
Ample parking in the mall where the restaurant is located. Interior is well decorated and it looks and feels like a traditional Italian restaurant. Staff was friendly and efficient. Veal parmesan is my staple at Italian restaurants for the first visit. Theirs did not disappoint, light breading, lots of cheese and one of the best meat sauces I have had on the pasta.
4 based on 66 reviews
This place is amazing! Everything is fresh! I have sulfite allergies and I have no worries when I go there. I brought my mother there for her 80th birthday pary. They set up a long table for us and we were all served at the same time. The pizzas dough is made fresh and cooked in open old time stone oven.
4 based on 54 reviews
Made Reservations on a Wednesday night and the place was very busy. There was only one waitress taking care of everyone. She was pleasant and efficient even though she was always on the go. Took a little while to get our sushi and they were all on the same platter. There was no explanation of what was in the plate, but just by looking we could tell. We had ordered the Bisquo, Tuyo, Kamikaze II and the Spicy Hotate. Everything was tasty, but the Kamikaze II was my favorite. Nothing was out of this world, but the quality and quantity was perfect and the price was very fair. I would ask for rice paper next time as I prefer it to the seaweed. I would go back.
4 based on 115 reviews
Had roast beef-was best I've had in a long while in a restaurant. The baked potato was done to perfection, coleslaw was good. My wife had the tuna and said it was superb. She also had the sweet potato fries that were the best we've every had. Portions are on the large side, and we asked about sharing, and we were encouraged to do so. Service was very good. Even my steak knife was sharp. All in all a very pleasant meal, plan on returning.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
The restaurant looks dark, old and "tired", sitting at the sushi bar facing boxes on top of the counter definitely not appealing - they need cleaning. Service was ok, ordered rolls and sashimi, wasabi much too dry, kanikama was also very dry on outside, yellow fin tuna very watery and mushy - my stomach complained later. Rest was average, would not recommend this place. Prices are similar to better West Island sushi bars.
4 based on 138 reviews
4 based on 23 reviews
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