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“A great surprise!”
Review of Le Maudit Francais

Le Maudit Francais
Ranked #1 of 202 Restaurants in Terrebonne
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 1 February 2017

What a nice place to eat in the Vieux Terrebonne. We really enjoyed our meal. We took the degustation package and it was worth it. Service and food quality are excellent. I would recommend it and go back any time. Very well situated in the old Terrebonne.

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Thank Mariean
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Reviewed 8 August 2016

A great menu and friendly service in a quaint and charming setting explain why it's always crowded. Its location in picturesque Old Terrebonne is a plus. The food is simply one of the best we had. The menu is written on the chalkboard, not too many selection, probably for the best. We tried the lamb fillet and the bar fish. Both were excellent. Consider bringing your best wine and book early especially during week-ends. The price is a bit on the high side but well worth it!

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Thank CityEnd
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Reviewed 2 August 2016

Quant outdoor atmosphere, dine early if possible. Staff looks after your every need and I suggest the ''Carte Blanche'' let the Chef surprise you.

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Thank fccapitain6
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Reviewed 4 June 2016

I've been to this lovely little gem on 3 occasions and have enjoyed each plate, from appetizer to main course to dessert. It's popular for good reason, so reserve if you can. As usual, prices are a bit high because of the bring-your-own-wine formula - still, worth it. The only disadvantage I experienced was around Christmas time when the noise level was unpleasantly high due big office parties.

Thank Claude S
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Reviewed 28 December 2015 via mobile

A delightful surprise awaits foodies in Vieux Terrebonne, a 30 minute drive north east of Montreal. French chef Thomas Desjardins serves up his interpretation of traditional French foods, including a tuna and foi gras cevice and a melt in your mouth braised porc cheek cooked to perfection. Prices are very reasonable and Chef Desjardins is attentive to his clients, closing the evening with a round of the tables. It is no surprise that he earned Chef of the Year 2015 for the Lanaudiere region. Arguably a candidate also for best bring your own wine, Quebec. EAT HERE PEOPLE. Worth the detour.

Thank MunchiesAgain
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