Eastern Townships restaurants

Top Choice Québécois in North Hatley

Auberge Le Coeur d'Or

For a delightful night out, head to this charming farmhouse inn. The restaurant's four- to five-course dinners make abundant use of local ingredients, including cheeses from Sherbrooke, rabbit from Stanstead, duck f…
French in Lac Brome

Le Relais

At Auberge Knowlton, this restaurant features juicy Lac Brome duck served many ways, such as duck ravioli in mushroom sauce, duck confit in orange sauce and duck livers with blackened butter. The many other options …
Québécois in Eastern Townships

Cabane du Pic-Bois

If you've been flirting with obesity and want to go all in, you can't do better than the all-you-can-eat spread at this traditional sugar shack. You get all the classics – omelettes, pork jowls, ham, maple sausage, …
Cafe in Sutton

Le Cafetier

Locals flock to this stupidly cute, cheery cafe in the heart of Sutton for morning coffee, croissants, smoothies, omelettes and homemade muesli, but it's just as popular in the afternoon for salads, vegetarian chili…
Swiss in Magog

Fondissimo

With a name like Fondissimo, it's not hard to guess the specialty of this hip restaurant in an old renovated factory – there are eight varieties of Swiss fondue alone. Chinese fondue – meat, veggies and seafood, and…
Canadian in Sutton

Auberge des Appalaches

Local produce and intense attention to detail characterize the cuisine at this inn. The seasonal menu is tough to predict, but may include seared calf's liver one evening, and elk tartare flavored with maple the nex…
Vietnamese in Sherbrooke

Au Coin du Vietnam

If you need a break from Canadian/Québécois cuisine, hit up Au Coin du Vietnam, which dishes out excellent, fresh Southeast Asian fare – steamed rice, grilled pork, curry chicken, crispy noodles and plump prawns.
Bistro in Magog

Bistro Chez Sirano

Chez Sirano is a down-to-earth breath of fresh air, a neighborhood bistro in the best sense of the word, all cozy, informal atmosphere and good food to boot, from classicsteak frites to duck ravioli.
Pub Food in North Hatley

Pilsen

The liveliest restaurant in North Hatley is famous for its salmon, both grilled and smoked, and upmarket pub fare. There’s a nice riverside terrace and another facing the lake.
Bakery in Eastern Townships

Les Sucreries de l’Érable

Best known for its scrumptious maple pies, this bakery in an attractive old brick-walled general store does double duty as a simple restaurant. Breakfast treats include waffles with blueberries, bananas, crème fraîc…