For those who are not familiar with Groupon, it's a site that offers deals on products, services and restaurants in your area. We're a big fan of Groupon and from time to time, you'll catch some great deals offered from chain restaurants that are actually worth going to; L'OEUFRIER being one of them.
L'oeufrier is a chain restaurant, so there are a variety of locations in and around Montreal. You can find this restaurant in plateau Mont-Royal, The Gay Village, Westmount, Laval and Terrebonne. We've been to the one in the village and Mont-Royal, but this was our first visit to one of the Laval locations.
From the exterior, there isn't anything to really speak about. The restaurant is connected to a chain of businesses. Once you're inside however, it's quite cute. We especially loved the graffiti by the door; it added a modern touch to the classic table settings and decor.
We were seated immediately as it wasn't that busy. We ordered 1 coffee and 1 latte, which came minutes later. The drinks we received were very good- great coffee and espresso!
We took a glance at the menu and noticed there was a lot of choices. L'oeufrier offers a list of fruit dishes, breakfast sandwiches, 15 types of eggs benedict, 16 types of omelettes, and a dozen combination plates. They also serve up "Breakfast Poutines", where they swap out the gravy for hollandaise sauce (something we haven't seen on a menu before!). They also have a list of various "Patati Patata" (eggs mixed with a variety of ingredients and baked in the oven). There isn't anything more than $16, so the pricing is on point.
Even though G desperately wanted that 'Breakfast Poutine', we were having a 'healthier' morning, so she chose otherwise. G decided on a vegetarian omelette with a side of fruit and M chose 2 eggs, a side of tomato and one crepe.
The crepe was maybe the largest we have ever seen- but it was really good! Our main dishes were yummy, as well - but you can't really mess up and omelette and eggs, right? The presentation was simple, but again, given the simplicity of our dishes, we can't expect much. Nonetheless, we were not complaining. Our dishes came out in good form and we left with our bellies full. What's special about L'oeufrier is their bread- they only serve bread from Première Moisson - and if you're a true Montreal, you know that's a treat! Their bread is fresh, natural and fantastic.
The service we received that morning was great. Not only did our food come out within a reasonable time frame, but our waitress was courteous, as well. Our coffee cups were never empty, either.
Now, some chain restaurants are not worth the money, but L'Oeufrier is different. They offer quality dishes with quality ingredients, in a relaxed atmosphere- this, mixed with a awesome groupon deal - we were two happy *and full* gals :)
WHAT WE WORE
|Shirt: THE GAP, Jeans: OLD NAVY|
|Earrings: TARGET, Lipstick: YVES ST LAURENT "CORAIL INCANDESCENT"|
|Jacket: KENNETH COLE, Purse: Puchased in ITALY|
|Scarf: LE CHATEAU, Sunglasses: D&G|
|Jeans: LACOSTE, Shirt: JOE FRESH|
|Jacket: FOREVER 21 (Men)|
|Jacket: TARGET, Scarf: LE CHATEAU|
|Sunglasses: RAY BAN, Hat: RALPH LAUREN|
1702 boulevard des Laurentides
Types of Payment: Cash, Debit, Credit
Wheelchair Accessible: YES
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