Restaurant Meals to Try... at Home!

Gaia - Resto Vegan

Updated on Oct 5, 2020

Confronted by the pandemic, restaurant owners have had to adapt and, for our great pleasure, many among them have decided to offer take-out or home delivery menus. Here are some of these restaurants that will very certainly be inviting themselves into your homes over the next few months!

Café Bistro Les Trois Grâces — Eastman

Every week, the table d’hôte menu of the Café Bistro Les Trois Grâces changes. Sometimes you might be offered trout filet from Les Bobines, then, another week, the menu will include grilled chicken breast, or mushroom and bacon pasta. The restaurant also has a few à la carte items that are shown on their weekly menu, such as their duck confit club sandwich and their Townships gratin inspired by the traditional tartiflette. Good to know: The bistro proposes a special four-guest menu for $50, and includes soup, the evening’s pasta dish and a dessert.

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Auberge Ayer’s Cliff — Ayer’s Cliff

Here, the entire Auberge menu is available for take-out orders. Burgers, steaks, fish, salads, poutines, pasta dishes… There’s plenty to satisfy any palate. If you don’t want to be bothered with preparing your weekly menu, try their ready-to eat service. Order before Sunday and receive your dishes by Tuesday afternoon. Savoury and practical! Simply order online.

Bistro Kapzak—Granby

Chef Jason Kacprzak has concocted some amazing autumn menus with dishes blending Quebec and Polish cuisine. This way please for beer-braised beef scoter, creamy polenta, Polish sausage and sauerkraut! And, good news, both lunch and evening menus are available for take-out orders.

La Maison Chez Nous – Granby

Mushroom puff pies, bison tataki, scallop ceviche, vegetarian lasagna, smoked duck breast, wapiti steak… Simply by reading La Maison Chez Nous’s menu, your mouth immediately starts to water! The entire menu is in fact available for take-outs from Thursday to Sunday, starting at 5:00 p.m.

La Table du Chef – Sherbrooke

Every Monday, La Table du Chef updates its take-out menu on its Facebook page with two first course choices, three main course selections, and one or two desserts options. What does this typically look like? An Argentinian shrimp salad, braised osso buco, linguine in olive oil, grilled tuna filets … so many appetizing choices!

Chou de Bruxelles — Sherbrooke

The Chou de Bruxelles restaurant has developed a user-friendly online ordering system: all the dishes they offer are illustrated and described. First, you’ll choose among items as the tarragon-seasoned rabbit thigh, grilled shrimp and chicken breast, pork tenderloin, the catch of the day, duck thighs or a salade folle, then add your selection to your cart, and that’s it! Simply head out to pick up your order between 5:00 and 5:15 p.m.

Gaïa — Bromont

What makes Gaïa stand out? The restaurant offers a totally vegan and particularly savoury cuisine. It’s because the owner, Carole Laplante, takes to heart to have as many people as possible discover a healthy cuisine by sourcing 100% vegetal ingredients. The take-out menu is very well stocked. In fact, you’ll find it difficult to make your choice between the crêpes, pizzas, sandwiches, wraps, nachos, poke bowls, their super smoothies and other healthy delights.

Auberge des Appalaches — Sutton

Open evenings only, from Saturday to Monday, the Auberge des Appalaches restaurant proposes a tantalizing take-out menu: spare ribs, homemade mushroom ravioli, grilled squid, braised chicken tacos and a few other daily specials, depending on the mood of the chef.



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