Reviews on Pub food in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada including Restaurant Le Madrigal, Microbrasserie la Memphre, A L'Abordage Microbrasserie, BroueMont Micro-brasserie, Microbrasserie Auberge Sutton Brouerie, Bistro West Brome, Siboire, Edgar Hyperlodge, Burger Pub, Brasserie Lac Brompton
Things to do in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
4 based on 99 reviews
Right on the water. Easy to find. Live music, open deck and plenty of variety. Steaks are the speciallty. A big pricey but big and juicy, 30CAD.Service is quick and polite.Good breakfast and great dinners. Seafood is good as well. Great sunsets.
4 based on 115 reviews
Les animaux de compagnie sont les bienvenus sur la terrasse. Les enfants peuvent venir si ils sont accompagnÃ©s.We are pet friendly on the terrasse. Childrens with parents are welcome.
Last minute choices on the Magog-Orford restaurant circuit, favourites which include 4 Saisons at Orford. Great choice from its inception. Whoops, closed on Monday so we tried The Burger Pub. Fun. Busy busy with lots of people action, all weekend/holiday warriors. Q-Trip: Take in the slow service, enjoy a fun bar and relax.
4 based on 145 reviews
My wife and I and another couple had an excellent lunch at the Hyperlodge just on the outskirts of Bromont, Quebec. You should take the second Bromont exit, Exit 178 to get there, which will be on your left. For lunch, we ordered calamari as an entree and then O had the Pretty B**tard Burger (named after a beer) and my wife had the Cajun Chicken Salad. The two meals were very good as was the service and surroundings. If you're near Bromont, this is definitely a place not to miss!
4 based on 88 reviews
Went there for lunch today with my wife and son Joshua. This restaurant actually have an operational beer brewery inside. One of the oldest on the area, I was told. It is busy on Friday afternoon. We ordered pizza with potato, mushroom and duck fat, spring green salad with duck meat and fat, and also the beef ribs. The salad was delicious, I never have duck meat and fat with the greens. The pizza is ok, it would be much better if it have duck meat on it. The ribs were tender but needs more taste, and hot sauce will give the dish a kick. I have a glass of summer beer, it is sour since it have berries into the beer.
4 based on 85 reviews
We were delighted to find this lovely Bistro on a warm summer Sunday. We were warmly greeted and directed to a window table. Our waiter was knowledgable and attentive. He walked us through the menu, giving advice when asked. We began with a recommended bottle of local white Vidal Dom Les Brome, which was delicious. I chose the Bavette Angus for lunch, a 21 hour, tenderly marinated Angus flank steak with crispy fresh fries. It was perfect! Hubby had the Table d'Hote, two course lunch menu with a light, fresh salad with local greens and lamb, which he declared excellent. We thoroughly enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant, the superior service, and the great food.
4 based on 231 reviews
Auberge Sutton BrouÃ«rie is a brewery, restaurant and Inn located in the heart of the village of Sutton, bordered by a small river. All of our eight rooms are located on the second floor and can accommodate up to four people. Once quenched by one of our ho
Fabulous atmosphere on a very busy January Saturday night, we ate at the bar and loved every minute. They handle their clients very well, we waited in the front with a locally brewed beer of which they have an extended menu while others were finishing their meals.I ate the mussels, nothing to write home about but still very well executed, could have been more original on a constructive basis. The real standout though as the pictured appetizer of cipollini ognons : so far in 2019, this my best dish, delicious combination of ingredients, this took us by surprise.For a busy Saturday, the staff was exceptional, chatty and pleasant, I would go back in a heart beat. Mussels were not 5 stars but everything else was.
4 based on 206 reviews
Went on a Sunday afternoon at 4pm right before they were about to get very busy.Tried several different beers (4oz) and they were all good.Had a duck and brie sandwich which was off the charts.So...good food, good beers and pretty fair prices = highly recommend.
4 based on 212 reviews
Microbrewery in the beautiful Sutton village. Great house beers and comfort food. Cozy and relaxed vibe. Traditional pub food including burgers, fish & chips and home made fries. Tasty salads and lunch menus are also available. The best place to end you d
Surprisingly broad and good food menu to go with excellent brews. Nice space and friendly service to boot. The beer list spans the styles, offering strong choices in several styles (IPAs, stouts and Imperials, bitters, lager, ciders, etc.) to keep everyone happy. Two dinner mates ordered flights and we found not a weak link. I loved the Maple Burger, but there were no complaints from any at our table of 5 (at a nice long table near the front window), including our one vegetarian. Host and both servers we encountered were terrific. Definitely recommend, really a 4-plus!
4 based on 616 reviews
I usually do not go in the summer as the place is too busy. Possibly due to the road construction, we were able to get a table.The menu has been reprinted but most of the items are the same except that when ordering a burger, sides are no longer included.They also changed their glasses. I ordered a 10-ounce beer. When I saw the glass, I thought to myself, there is no way that this is 10 ounces. So I kept my glass (that I will return on my next trip) and checked it with a measuring cup. This is a 10-ounce glass but you only get 10 ounces if the fill it 100% to the rim with no space for an additional drop. Obviously they don't and you actually get 8 ounces of beer while paying for 10. This is why on some glasses of beer you sometimes see a line showing 10 ounces because to serve a client 10 ounces of beer you need a 12-ounce glass.Otherwise, food is ok and service was very slow again.
4 based on 123 reviews
A great place to meet with friends and enjoy a meal that will surprise you! Our Chef works with products from the region and offers a menu that changes as seasons pass by. You will need to follow us to find out more on his new ventures. Take note, it will
We stayed and ate here on a half board package (room, dinner and breakfast).Only the two of us and one other guest but the food was excellent (tasty, well-prepared and presented) and so was the proprietress/hostess's friendly service.What is amazing is that the chef de cuisine - the hostess's partner - was a plumber who offered to step in when her previous chef left.Breakfast is a very nice, delicious 3 course affair so you won't leave hungry.Definitely have the duck. It was cooked a bit more done than we're used to French style (rare) but it was still excellent.Limited but good value wine list.Wow this is a great review. I really appreciate you taking the time to share your experience with others. Being in a duck country, I agree with you it is a dish not to be missed. It was a pleasure meeting you and I hope if you come back to Quebec we will be able to greet you again at the inn!Sylvie
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