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Boulangerie Toujours Dimanche. Photo : Louis-Philippe Cusson

Top 5 – Cafés and treats

Gourmets and café lovers alike will be delighted with these 5 suggestions of cafés not to be missed in Gaspésie.

Photo : Ma Cabane en Gaspésie

Ma Cabane en Gaspésie
Producer of maple syrup, the owners of Ma Cabane in Gaspésie have set up this charming boutique in Mont-Joli to sell their products, as well as a host of delicacies concocted on site. In an atmosphere worthy of the sugar shack, savour our favorite coffees accompanied by maple butter biscuits, or a cream puff for those with a sweet tooth. Take the opportunity to stock up on regional products.

Photo : Gîte confort et chocolats

Gîte confort et chocolats
Cottage, chocolate factory, and café, this family business in Saint-Ulric has everything to please! Savour the tasty smooth hot chocolate made of milk chocolate or dark chocolate, as well as their pastries. It will be difficult to leave Gîte confort et chocolats without some fine chocolates made on-site with love.

Photo : Boulangerie Toujours Dimanche

Boulangerie Toujours Dimanche
Located in the heart of downtown Matane, the Boulangerie Toujours Dimanche is a must for gourmands. Breads, pastries, and other delicacies are freshly baked daily. Enjoy coffee, lunch, and stock up on local produce offered in the new grocery section.

Photo : Les Délices de la Mer

Les Délices de la Mer
A passage in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts would not be complete without a stop at the shop Les Délices de la Mer. With a fish market and deli, there is a wide variety of products from the region and freshly prepared dishes. Juice bar and café-bistro offers an ideal stop for a good coffee. The smoked salmon panini is a favorite!

Photo : Boulangerie-Pâtisserie La Mie Véritable – Café La Mie d’en Haut

Boulangerie-pâtisserie La Mie véritable – Café La Mie d’en Haut
The Boulangerie-pâtisserie La Mie véritable offers no less than 18 kinds of fresh bread daily in addition to its delicious fine pastries, croissants, chocolatines, and other delicacies. All made from organic flour, they are available to take away or eat on site with a good espresso. At the café, try one of their Surprise French toasts or grilled cheese.

This winter, during your next trip to Gaspésie, spoil yourself and stop at one of the local cafés. Whether to stretch the morning, or to warm up after a day outdoors, there is nothing more comforting! #gaspesiehiver

Start planning for your trip to Gaspésie at tourisme-gaspesie.com.

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