Sutton restaurants and other eating options

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Sutton restaurants offer something for everyone from fine dining to microbreweries. Many are located just a few minutes walk from the B&B on rue Principale but there are other options in the surrounding countryside and nearby villages. A reservation is always a good idea especially at weekends and we can happily do that for you.

Sutton is also a great place for food shopping with wonderful local produce, a bakery, chocolate store, a fantastic tea store and vineyards nearby.

Our current favourite Sutton restaurants:

  • Tartin’Izza. Tel. 450 538-5067. Great thin crust pizzas, main course salads and daily specials. Delicious desserts. Very popular so can get a bit noisy.  Nice terrace. Open for lunch at weekends and dinner Thursday to Sunday.
  • Auberge des Appalaches. Tel. 450 538-5799. Imaginative, tasty, well presented, good use of local ingredients.  Dinners only; à la carte and $35 three course table d’hôte. The $6 Monday pasta night is a Sutton institution. Closed Wednesday and Thursday. Two minutes drive from the village.
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    Le Cafetier

    Bistro Beaux Lieux. Tel. 450 538-1444. Creative, modern bistro style. Good use of local ingredients. Nice terrace. Dinner served Friday to Monday.

  • À la Fontaine. Tel. 450 538-3045. Good, solid classic French cooking. Great value lunch specials and evening table d’hôte. Open daily.
  • Le Cafetier. Tel. 450 538-7333. Sutton’s local gathering spot. Open 7am to 7pm. Nice for a casual lunch especially on the terrace. Open daily 7am to 7pm.
  • À l’Abordage. Tel. 450 538-8338. Lively microbrewery, excellent beers and decent pub style food. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 11.30am.
  • Lyvano. Tel. 450 298-1119. In Frelighsburgh. A really interesting menu and a lovely riverside location. Open Thursday to Monday for lunch and dinner.

Other eating options in Sutton

We can make you a lunch box to take on your hike, bike or kayak trip and gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options are available – just let us know the day before..

It is also nice to go shop for a picnic that you can take to a shady spot by a stream and you are also welcome to eat here on the verandah at the B&B or under the pergola in the garden.

Specialty store La Rumeur Affamée on Rue Principle has a wonderful selection of local cheeses, cold cuts, pies and pastries. Just beside them our local baker Pascal makes wonderful breads at La Valse des Pains. Alternatively Chez Matis  has excellent pre-prepared dishes.

Wash it all down with a bottle of wine from Domaine Bresee or try Domaine Pinnacle‘s ice cider. Finish with some  Belgian chocolates from chocolaterie Belge Muriel.

The morning Saturday market on Curley Street has local produce and  all sorts of flea stalls – you never know what you may find!