A world tour of flavours in our restaurants

A world tour of flavours in our restaurants
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We love nothing better than helping you to discover Vaudreuil-Soulanges! Our vibrant and welcoming corner of the world is brimming with things to do and experiences to enjoy. It fills us with a pride that we want to share with you. We’ll explore our visitors’ favourite picks for you, along with some great spots that are well worth discovering!

Set out to discover a different country or culture while keeping your feet firmly planted in Vaudreuil-Soulanges! Embark on a culinary world tour to taste flavours from the West Indies to Japan, through Europe and the Middle East. Many of this region’s restaurants offer international cuisine that promise unique foodie experiences, so you’ll want to pack your appetites! This list of some of the most authentic eateries includes several local, warm and friendly family-run businesses.

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Hop over to Europe

We begin our journey on the European continent. First stop: the United Kingdom! Step into the world of Clarence & Cripps in Hudson for a full 100% British immersion. This is THE best spot to savour a full English breakfast while stocking up on some typically British items!

Then cross the English Channel to France to enjoy typical French fare, such as a succulent rack of lamb or duck breast in the upscale restaurants Délices Champêtres 1808 in Coteau-du-Lac and Maison du défricheur in Très-Saint-Rédempteur. Popular for its mussels and fries, Le Charleville in Vaudreuil-Dorion is a must try. Your next discovery destination is Belgium. The farm-brewery Ferme Brasserie Schoune produces a wide selection of artisanal Belgian beers that will quench your thirst and leave you smiling! 

A quick jaunt to Greece is a must, to savour a traditional spanakopita along with a heaping plate of gyro at Souvlaki Authentique in L'Île-Perrot.

If you're in the mood for an Italian classic, you’ll be won over by the delicious menus and authentic ambiances of El Hornello and Trattoria Lanni in Vaudreuil-Dorion. For a special occasion, treat yourself to a luxury dining experience at Château Vaudreuil’s superb restaurant, Villa Elina.

Délices Champêtres
Souvlaki authentique
Villa Elina

Asia’s diverse cultures

Your culinary voyage continues on the Asian continent. Let's start in the Middle East for a taste of Afghan cuisine, with a delectable plate of kebabs or crispy sambosas at restaurant Aryana in L’Île-Perrot. Then, you’ll be warmly welcomed at Amool Bakery in Vaudreuil-Dorion, where people come to be tempted by all manner of Syrian goodies, including falafel and shish taouk sandwiches like you’ve never tasted before!

If you hunger for sushi, makis, bento boxes, and other Japanese favourites, make your way over to the outstanding restaurants Zento Sushi in L’Île-Perrot and Sushi Hinata in Vaudreuil-Dorion. The latest spot to join the area’s Asian restaurant scene is Knot d’Asie in Vaudreuil-Dorion. You’ll be wowed by its original menu and flavourful, colourful dishes!

Souvenirs Thai’s beautiful decor and menu will plunge you into the heart of Thai and Cambodian culture. From pad Thai to exotic salads, general Tao chicken, and fried rice, there’s something for every taste.

The last country on your food tour of the largest continent is India. Butter chicken, curry chicken, and tikka masala are among the classics that can be found at restaurant Gaj in Vaudreuil-Dorion and restaurant Dev in L’Île-Perrot, two “musts” for Indian food lovers.

Knot d'Asie
Souvenirs Thai
Gaj restaurant

Surprises of the Americas

The American continent also holds some culinary surprises! This is especially apparent the moment you enter the Creole restaurant La Courbe in L'Île-Perrot and smell the exotic aromas of Haitian cuisine. For a taste of Latin America, stop by the Librairie El Libro Español in Vaudreuil-Dorion. While tucking into a wide variety of empanadas, you can discover diverse Hispanic cultures thanks to the books and other Latin American products on sale in the store.

After your delectable culinary world adventure, you may be homesick for a taste of Quebec. This is easily remedied with a traditional feast at the Sucrerie de la Montagne that will make you say, “It’s good to be home!”

La Courbe
El Libro Espanol
Sucrerie de la Montagne

Bon voyage!

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