8 Restaurants to Pamper Yourself in the Eastern Townships
With the finer weather at our doors, I want to go out and pamper myself by enjoying a meal in one of our many Eastern Townships restaurants. Here’s a selection that will please any taste and fit any budget. Don’t forget to visit the page where-to-eat to discover all the great restaurants and bistros in Brome-Missisquoi.
Remember, we’re still in the orange zone, so reservations are required. A maximum of two adults per table, with a proof of residence, can be accompanied by their underage children. Are you a resident of a red zone? Don’t hesitate to order a take-out or home delivery meal. For more information consult the PUBLIC HEALTH website
In this 4-star restaurant, chef Hugo-Vincent Mariotti (Ferreira Café, Beaver Hill) has created a savoury gastronomic seasonal menu using locally produced ingredients; Among these, when in season, his own backyard garden vegetables. You can’t get any fresher or more local than this!
CHARDO RESTO BAR-A-VIN
Bromont chef Anthony Mesko proposes a, terroir, seasonal cuisine. He privileges organic, local ingredients as well as wild Quebec lake and mountain products. This same philosophy applies to his wine card which notably offers natural wines.
Alizée au Domaine Jolivent (Lac Brome)
Swiss chef Clément Feuz, who used to officiate inside the kitchen of the Maison Boire in Granby, showcases local products like our famous Brome Lake duck, in this intimate gastronomic restaurant. During the summer months, you can enjoy their Mistral terrace and pizza baked in his wood-burning oven.
By picking up the reins of the iconic Star Café, the new owner, chef Patrick Plouffe (Chef Bouffe, L’Incrédule) has brought a new freshness to this village kitchen with a menu built around local products. For TV lovers, we suggest you try the restaurant’s PFK, Knowlton fried chicken, while watching The Republic of Sarah, a television series filmed right here in the town of Brome Lake.
By establishing his restaurant project within just 30 days, Robert Ménard wanted to offer an affordable alternative to the Sutton community; he succeeded! Visitors can enjoy the best tasting crêpes Bretonnes enhanced with a little apple sauce and maple syrup and which guests can garnish with either sweet or salty ingredients according to their taste.
Located in the heart of Frelighsburg, this cultural café will wake up all your senses. As far as your tastebuds are concerned, you’ll enjoy their market cuisine concocted with their garden vegetables and local products. In your glass, you’ll savour a Lager or a Pilsner brewed right here. Then, after you’ve filled your belly, you can fill your ears by attending a great concert. Fred Fortin, Louis Jean Cormier and Tire le Coyote have all performed here.
Inside this café bistro located in the heart of Brome Missisquoi’s wine route, you’ll treat yourself with their comforting dishes made with lots of love and local products. You don’t have time to sit down? Then choose among their many take-out dishes in their ready-to-eat section.
Established inside an ancestral home, this Spanish and Latin American-inspired, tapas restaurant is the ideal place for either a romantic tête-à-tête, or for an outing with your friends when the sanitary measure will allow us to do so again. You’ll share a platter of charcuteries, garlic shrimp or eggplant and goat cheese and maple syrup surrounded by a friendly and festive ambiance.