We live in Montreal and sometimes drive to st sauver just to have breakfast here. It is worth the hour drive! The owners should consider opening à resto in montreal!! I would rate it more than 5 * if I could!
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I have not been there in a couple of years but since Cora is now closed in St-Sauveur, we gave it another try for brunch and...wow! A bit of wait on a busy Sunday morning at 11 but worth it! Service was quick, efficient, coordinated....More
It was an ok place for breakfast! Not spectacular but not too bad. I don't think I would go back, many other places in St-Sauveur to have a good breakfast.
On a beautiful spring day my mother called me and said let's go shopping to St-Sauveur we'll have breakfast there. So she told me about Obodum I had seen it but never been. The food is very good, it's a bit more expensive than your...More
Want a great breakfast, well you can trust these very busy folks. The toast could have been done over a wood stove they smelled and tasted like so. Memories of eating toast around the fire camp. Incredible.
Why charge $ 15.00 for 2 eggs and sausage with homefries and baked beans?? Because they can! I guess. Was not a bad breakfast, but it wasn't the best ever, either. Getting a bit tired of paying thru the nose for an average breakfast.
Went with couple of friends around 11:00 AM. For a big group we were amazingly seated pretty fast. Let's honest the coffee is not the best drink you'll have down there. Ordered "La cheminée" and absolutely hated the smoked sausages. Potatoes helped a lot in...More
For a place known for serving breakfasts, it should be sacrilegious to serve the undrinkable coffee that they did. The food was mediocre at best but the lack of quality in the coffee literally left a bad taste in our mouths.
super fast service, despite incredible business on Sunday morning. perfect food, big portions, lot of fresh fruits and juices, vegeterain or gluten-free options in menu. would recommend it to anyone