At Fairmont Tremblant’s Choux Gras Brasserie Culinaire, the “to share” menu is unique. Made with the freshest local ingredients and inspired by the boreal forest, each dish promises incredible flavours. For the starter, try the boreal ravioli for an Asian take on local flavours. For the main, you can’t go wrong with the lamb trio (roasted rack of lamb, chimichurri grilled ribs and BBQ braised flank) served over a delicious ratatouille. Pair your meal with a bottle of private import wine for an evening of shared culinary emotions.
Lobster and chips, smoked duck tartine, crisp sweet & salty salad and festive cocktails at the Axe Lounge Bar
The Axe Lounge Bar offers comforting bistro fare and signature cocktails created by the establishment’s mixologists, without forgetting the wine list carefully curated by sommelier Étienne Lachaine. The delectable lobster and chips will warm you, especially paired with a locally made beer from Microbrasserie St-Arnould. Also, be sure to try the smoked duck tartine with Tomme de Grosse-Île cheese, asparagus, caramelized pecans and green pepper mayo. If you add an order of crisp sweet & salty salad, the tartine is perfect for sharing. After a day in the fresh mountain air, what could be better than sipping a cocktail or tucking into a great meal near the crackling fire in the bar’s central fireplace!
The Le Shack Resto-Bar offers several versions of its famous mac & cheese, including one made with smoked pork that is ultra-comforting on a fall day. Also offered in classic, smoked meat and smoked chicken versions.