Spring is here! …and even if the weather over Montreal would sometimes make us believe that we’re still in January, some days are sunny and warm enough to remind us that the best of nature has yet to come.
In Quebec, it’s sugar shack season and, like a few years ago, it was time to go stuff our faces in maple deliciousness and heavy comfort food which is exactly what we did a few weeks ago. On the opposite side of the spectrum of my first sugar shack review, the Sucrerie de la Montagne was like a refreshing and comforting trip back in time.
Here’s what my day looked liked in images…
…this is where the maple sap is boiled down to a
…I LOVED my experience at this sugar shack. From the heavenly fluffy omelette to the guy who played a chainsaw like it a was music instrument (true story, their lunch and dinner entertainment is hilarious) or the classic maple toffee on a stick, everything was awesome. My only complain would have be the price of the items at the general store attached to the domaine. Can you believe they try to sell a can of maple syrup for 30$! #NoThanks
In conclusion, if you’re in Rigaud and you’re searching for a great food and a sugar shack experience, it’s a great place but don’t think about replenishing your maple syrup reserve at the store. Go buy the organic version at the grocery for 9$ or less.
Sucrerie de la Montagne
300 Chemin St Georges, Rigaud, QC J0P 1P0
Phone: (450) 451-0831