Duc de Lorraine

5002, ch de la Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal, QC H3V 1G6
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    HughCh9557
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    Great coffee and nice vibe!

    Prices for coffees might be a bit steep... $4 for a black coffee but it's totally worth it! One the best tastes in town! Amazing selection of pastries and the room has a fun bustling cafe vibe most times. The salads are a highlight and it's a great place to grab a table and have lunch (there is table service) or grab something to go

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    Jeremy8845
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    My favorite place!

    My favorite place to take a little break and to drink some good coffee, Duc de Lorraine. People are scared to try something different in Montreal. I recommend it (by the numbers of times I tried it), nice people, good prices, fresh food.

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    lucperr81
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    Patisserie Francaise a Montreal

    Greatest pastry in Monteral truly deserves to be Duc De Lorraine. Love their lattes and sweets, always trying proscuitto sandwiches!

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    Nicolas D
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    Wedding Cake

    I ordered my sister wedding cake from this pastry shop. It was so beautiful when I picked it up, and decorated so nicely. It is a very nice pastry shop, with helpful staff always ready to help if you have questions.

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    HugoAlexandreThibault
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    Best cakes

    They bake the best cakes in here. Perfect for all b-Days.

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    Business Details

    Methods of Payment

    Rates

    • $11 To $25

    Restaurant type

    • Pastry Shop
    • Bakery

    Cuisine type

    • French

    Features

    • Restaurant With Wifi Internet
    • Restaurant With Delivery Services
    • Take-out