Duc de Lorraine

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Restaurant type

  • Pastry Shop,
  • Bakery,
  • French Restaurant,
  • Wedding Cake,
  • Croquembouche,
  • Brunch,
    • Custom Cake Montreal,
  • more...
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Features

  • Restaurant With Wifi Internet,
  • Take-out,

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
Location
5002, ch de la Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal, QC H3V 1G6
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  • $11 To $25,

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Meet the owner

A totally French concept, Duc de Lorraine is a cake and pastry shop, and an intimate restaurant and bakery oft returned to by newcomers. “What we serve is artisanal,” says owner Victoria Sorensen, adding that everything is prepared and crafted by hand.

Noticeably so, as the tartlets and petits fours are decorated in such a way that they could inspire Kate Middleton’s hat collection. The recipes behind these mini-cakes are sure to satisfy. That’s because for more than half a century, Duc de Lorraine has been making cakes for all occasions. Full-sized black forest cake and Opera cake are some in-store classics. There is also an ongoing demand for wedding cakes and other special-occasion cakes.

Cakes and pastries are indeed the signature products here, but the shop is also lined with counters containing cheese dairy and charcuterie. It is equally a restaurant and high-end coffee shop. The goodies range from salami to quiche Lorraine to Calabrese pizza, to lemon pie and apple strudel, to prettily packaged pastel macaroons and cheese straws.

Whether you’re interested in picking up a baguette and dessert for a dinner party, or spending quality time with someone dear, Duc de Lorraine is waiting for you.

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    Clotilde
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    Excellente pâtisseries, mille feuilles aux deux crèmes remarquable, il faut venir pour les pâtisseries

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    Ericc
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    La place est agréable et les produits semblent bons mais le service est un désastre. Vous attendez pendant 20 Minutes que l'un des nombreux serveurs prenne votre commande. Le chef de salle semble totalement absent (et discute avec les dits serveurs). À fuir à tout prix.

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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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