Justin and I visited Mont Tremblant in the winter for a second time and had the opportunity to dine at even more restaurants in the pedestrian village. We’re happy to report that there are even more Mont Tremblant vegan dining options than ever before. While there aren’t any 100% vegan Mont Tremblant restaurants, it seems as though there are veg-friendly options everywhere you look. From lunch and dinner meals to coffee and treats, there’s something for everyone, vegans and vegetarians included.
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Here’s what we across two trips to Mont Tremblant now, once in the summer and once in the winter. You’ll find all of these restaurants inside the Mont Tremblant pedestrian village. There are so many options that you’ll be spoiled for choice. I’m sure there are even more vegan options when you go into town. This is my Mont Tremblant vegan dining guide, including all the best restaurants in Mont Tremblant for veggie options.
Fairmont Tremblant: L’Axe Lounge
We were pleasantly surprised that the Fairmont Axe Lounge Bar now has some vegan and vegetarian choices on the menu. A couple of years ago, the restaurant didn’t have any plant-based meals, although the chef happily discussed our dining options and prepared special vegan meals for us. Nowadays, you can directly order from the menu. We highly recommend Axe Lounge as a Mont Tremblant vegan restaurant option.
Be sure to let your server know that you’re vegan, just in case there are hidden animal products in some of the ingredients. For instance, I ordered the vegetarian burger, which is vegan without the goat cheese and aioli. Unfortunately, the server informed me that the bun has egg in it, so I had it prepared on lettuce instead.
We started with a platter of nachos without the cheese and sour cream. Then, I ordered the black bean burger and Justin ordered the vegetarian chili (without the cheese and sour cream). Along with a couple of beers, this was the perfect lunch after a morning of skiing and snowboarding. There’s a cozy fireplace in the lounge, and we opted to sit near the window to soak up some amazing views.
Back when we dined here in 2017, here are the vegan meals that the chef whipped up for us. To start, we were brought two freshly pressed juices to try – one made with kale, and one made with beets. These were healthy and refreshing. For our meal, we started with a fresh beet salad and the main course was a vegan pesto gnocchi. For dessert, we ate a trio of sorbets – mango, raspberry, and coconut. All dairy-free and all equally as tasty.
O Wok at Tremblant is an Asian-inspired restaurant with Thai and Chinese cuisine. There were a few vegan dishes here, so you won’t have a problem finding plant-based meals right off the regular menu. Justin and I visited O Wok on our first trip to Mont Tremblant, as well as our second time there. If you love Asian cuisine, O Wok is one of the top Mont Tremblant restaurants.
We love that there are so many vegan and vegetarian menu offerings without having to substitute any ingredients. That’s one reason why it rates so highly in this Mont Tremblant vegan restaurant guide. The food also tastes fresh and delicious.
On our most recent visit to O Wok, we ordered some vegetarian spring rolls to share, and both Justin and I tried the vegan pad Thai. To end the meal, we enjoyed coffee and tea. The tea comes in an adorable tea pot!
On our first visit, I had the Green Salad (spinach, bean sprouts, cabbage, green onion, mint, coriander, and sesame dressing), the spring rolls, and a vegetable stir fry with tofu. I’m not so sure that the veg stir fry is on the menu any longer, but there are a lot of other vegan tofu dishes in its place.
Other items on the menu that are vegan: edamame (soy beans), vegetable and mushroom fried dumplings, veggie poke bowl, vegan fried rice, and the Coco-Thai meal soup with tofu (double check that the broth is vegan).
Fluide Juice Bar
Fluide is a paradise for vegetarians, vegans, and those following a gluten-free diet. There are fruit and vegetable smoothies, freshly squeezed juices, bowls and wraps, and even desserts.
Justin and I happily sipped our fruit smoothies and gobbled up our quinoa and chickpea bowls. After lunch, I indulged in a vegan cookie made from oats and bananas. Finding vegan desserts at Mont Tremblant made me free completely overjoyed!
There were a couple of shelves full of healthy packaged snacks. It’s perfect for those moments where you’re a little bit hungry between meals or you want a snack to munch on in the evening. For vegans, this one is a must visit. Even if I had to live off Fluide Juice Bar for three days, I’d be a happy camper.
Microbrasserie La Diable
Did you know that Mont Tremblant has its own microbrewery? La Diable serves up refreshing beer and delectable dishes. La Diable had the classic pub environment down pat, with beer coasters decorating the walls and ceilings. There’s a pretty large patio outdoors that fills up quickly in the summer.
If you’ve never had their beer before, it’s best to try a small sampling before you decide on a pint. A tray of beer in little shot glasses was brought to our table and we tried them all. After some deliberation, I went with their seasonal Raspberry Lager and Justin tried the classic Diable. After an afternoon of adventures, refreshing pints were just what we needed.
Back in 2017, the veggie burger here wasn’t vegan. I am happy to report that there are several vegan options at La Diable now, all clearly marked on the menu! A few years back, I had a vegan pasta item. Nowadays, you’ll find a bunch of menu items marked “vegan” or “can be made vegan upon request”. These include: the Vegan Sauteed (the dish I had when I visited), Vegetable Soup, Hummus Duo, French fries, Vegan burger, and an Asian style spinach salad.
Coco Pazzo Tremblant
Coco Pazzo is an Italian restaurant in the Mont Tremblant pedestrian village. They’re really helpful when it comes to specialized orders, including vegan and gluten-free food. We ordered bruschetta bread and pomodo basil gnocchi, both of which are naturally vegan and vegetarian. After a day of exercising on the ski hills, some comforting Italian food will surely hit the spot.
Samurai Sushi Pub
The Samurai Pub in Mont Tremblant is a Japanese and sushi restaurant that we absolutely adored. It’s very easy to order vegan and vegetarian food at Samurai Pub, as there are so many options on the menu. We wanted to try lots of food, so we ordered a bit of everything: miso soup, wakame salad (seaweed salad), the vegetarian gyoza, and cucumber rolls. For our main courses, we got the tofu ramen and the vegetarian poke bowl. Everything was so delicious, and I wish I could eat this much tasty food every day of my life!
Pizzateria is really vegan-friendly and we ordered a few items from the menu. The green salad has arugula, pears, pumpkin seeds, and a citrus vinaigrette. There is a vegetarian soup that Justin ordered instead of the salad.
There were a couple of vegetarian pizzas, and you can also build your own. I ordered the deluxe vegetarian pizza without the cheese, which includes onions, green peppers, mushrooms, broccoli, sundried tomatoes, artichokes, and olives. We also adored the chili oil on the side of the table and learned that it’s made in house. Pour it on everything!
Since last visiting, there’s a new vegan pizza on the menu that you can order without any alterations. It has: marinated peppers, broccoli, spinach, kalamata olives, red onions, walnuts, and artichokes. There isn’t any vegan cheese yet, but maybe there will be in the future (fingers crossed!).
California-style cuisine is served up at Socal Kitchen. There are a couple of vegetarian menu items, but only the salads are vegan. The quinoa and bean salad had mixed greens, chickpeas, cucumber, and a citrus vinaigrette. My salad was massive and you won’t have to worry about being hungry afterwards.
Nowadays, there are a couple more vegan friendly items on the menu: a veggie taco main course (ask if it can be made vegan), a vegetarian tofu burger (ask for the vegan version), and the tofu Socal bowl. Even though there were only salads before, Socal is one of the top Mont Tremblant vegan establishments now.
You can’t travel to Tremblant without trying a famous Beavertail for dessert! They’re heavenly pastries with different sugary toppings that are a Canadian institution. Thankfully, Beavertails (Queues de Castor in French) are super vegan friendly and it’s even easier than ever to order one prepared vegan. Just look on the menu at the treats with a green V on them, and ask for it to be made vegan. Easy peasy!
Our favorites include the classic cinnamon & sugar Beavertail, as well as the maple and the coco vanil (vanilla icing with Oreos).
Le Grand Manitou and Canteen Le Nomade
Le Grand Manitou is newly renovated and it’s the best place to grab a bite in between skiing and snowboarding. It’s up on the summit, so you can have some lunch in the middle of skiing without having to return to the pedestrian village for a meal. It’s a huge cafeteria with many food options, including the Thai vegetable curry bowls we ordered (along with a side of fries).
There’s another unique feature to dining up at the summit: Canteen Le Nomade. It’s a food truck up at the top of the mountain – how cool is that! The only Mont Tremblant vegan option from Canteen Le Nomade are the fries, but it’s a quick treat to enjoy up on the mountain.
Au Grain de Cafe
Au Grain de Cafe is a small coffee shop and bistro in the upper section of the Tremblant pedestrian village. It is the oldest cafe in Tremblant and has the best coffee. They open early in the morning (7:30am) so you can grab your morning coffee before skiing and snowboarding. It’s a great little spot to take a break and enjoy a cappuccino or latte (they have plant-based milk, too!).
Cabane à Sucre de la Montagne
Here’s a Canadian tradition that you need to try – rolling maple syrup in the snow for a yummy treat! At the Sugar Shack, Cabane à Sucre de la Montagne, you can roll maple taffy on a stick in the snow for an ooey gooey snack. You’ll also find lots of maple syrup products in the shop (and it smells so good in there!).
Where to Stay in Mont Tremblant
There are several luxurious Mont Tremblant accommodations that make perfect home bases for the weekend. The two of us stayed at the Residence Inn by Marriott Mont Tremblant, conveniently located steps away from the Cabriolet gondola in the lower pedestrian village.
The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and there’s even a tiny kitchenette area with a microwave, a toaster, a small sink, and a coffee maker. The views from the windows are idyllic because they look into the hotel’s courtyard as the Cabriolet gondola drifts overhead. Conversely, you’re able to catch a full view of your hotel from up above every time you use the Cabriolet, which is pretty neat.
You can also make full use of the hot tubs all season long, and there’s an outdoor pool for use in the summer. Breakfast is included with your stay. If you arrive early or plan to stay late, there’s no problem storing your luggage with the hotel, too. Book your stay at the Residence Inn by Marriott Mont Tremblant or read more reviews by fellow travelers who have stayed there.
If you follow a plant-based diet, there are so many Mont Tremblant vegan meals that are absolutely delicious. You won’t go hungry and you won’t have to plan to bring any additional food. Just bring your appetite and you’ll be good to go.
Thanks so much to Tremblant for hosting our stay. Our opinions, as always, are entirely our own.