Fodor's Expert Review Duc de Lorraine

$$$ Cote-des-Neiges Café

A light croissant or rich pastry from the city's oldest patisserie makes for a nice break after visiting the Parc Mont-Royal or Oratoire St-Joseph. For lunch, try the quiche du jour, the onion soup, or the mushroom risotto followed by a tartelette aux abricots (apricot tart). Try to snag an almond paste (as opposed to almond cream) croissant (or rouleau) before the shop runs out.

Café Casual Breakfast Lunch Dessert $$$

Quick Facts

5002 Côte-des-Neiges
Montréal, Québec  H3V 1G6, Canada

- 514 - 731–4128

www.ducdelorraine.ca

Known For:
  • Parisian-style pastry shop and bistro
  • Ample patio
  • Almond paste croissant (rouleau)

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