Did you know that the BYOB, or bring your own bottle, concept was born here in Quebec in the 1980s? This trend quickly gained in popularity and now exists in many countries!
If you want the pleasure of a delicious meal with your favourite wine, but have a smaller budget, then this option is perfect for you! And you’ll be delighted to hear (or read!) that we have several great restaurant suggestions for you right here in Vaudreuil-Soulanges.
We say “cheers” to this good news!
A trendy restaurant
The Main Kitchen
Nestled in the heart of the village of Hudson, this charming restaurant will impress and delight you with its creative gourmet menu of globally influenced flavours and its elegant decor. From the Brome Lake duck tartar to the braised bison lasagnetta ricotta, the refined and varied menu is sure to please.
Chic and rustic eateries
Les Délices champêtres 1808
Enjoy a gourmet meal in the warm country atmosphere of Les Délices champêtres 1808. Located in the heart of the Saint-Clet countryside, this restaurant offers refined French-inspired dishes that will delight your taste buds. Let yourself be tempted by the potato parmentier and shredded duck, the rack of lamb, or the classic coq au vin. A gastronomic dining experience that’s worth the detour!
This cozy and inviting restaurant located in Vaudreuil-Dorion offers a varied menu of fine French and international cuisine. On Thursdays, the all-you-can-eat mussel evenings are perfect for a weeknight dinner with co-workers!
Flavours of the world
Restaurant GAJ cuisine indienne
Do you love Indian cuisine? Then you have to head over to Restaurant GAJ in Vaudreuil-Dorion to relish the thousand and one flavours of their authentic traditional dishes. Bring your own wine and enjoy a delicious meal with friends or colleagues!
If it's Japanese cuisine that you're craving, restaurant Sushis Hinata in Vaudreuil-Dorion is the place to go! Poke bowls, sushi, bento, General Tao chicken, pad Thai... you want it, they’ve got it! You can also reserve a private room for group outings. Bring your own wine to complement the innovative sushi that’s as colourful as the decor!
Staying on the Asian continent, we now head over to Thailand and Cambodia, to Souvenirs Thaï in Vaudreuil-Dorion. The menu features classics such as Tom-Yom soup, imperial rolls, dumplings, and other favourites. But why not venture out of your culinary comfort zone and try something new? You’ll be pleasantly surprised by their mouthwatering salads and exotic stir-fries! Let Souvenirs Thaï transport you with its flavourful menu and beautiful decor! And don't forget to pack a bottle of wine!
And why not...
Speaking of wine, why not enjoy a local vino from one of our four vineyards with your meal?
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