La Vieille Europe
3855 St Laurent, Montreal, QC, H2W 1X9
Anyone looking for a taste of the fresh and savoury delicacies of the Old World should pay a visit to the La Vieille Europe deli.
|Type de magasin |||Alimentation et alcool|
|Paiement |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Quartier |||Plateau Mont-Royal|
|Se rendre |||Saint-Laurent Metro and then hike up Saint-Laurent street|
|Intersection |||rue St-Cuthbert|
|Mon-Wed: 7:30AM-6PM Thurs-Fri: 7:30AM-9PM Sat: 7:30AM-6PM Sun: 9AM-5PM|
Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 11 juillet 2008
Anyone looking for a taste of the fresh and savoury delicacies of the Old World should pay a visit to the La Vieille Europe deli located on Montreal's culturally diverse St-Laurent Boulevard. Selling a wide range of imported products from all across Europe, including England, France, Germany, Eastern Europe or Scandinavia, La Vieille Europe has everything you need to enjoy a traditional European meal. The store sells over 300 different types of cheeses from all the major cheese producers of Europe, as well as specialty meats, cold cuts, sausages and breads that are sure to arouse the taste buds of gourmands from all walks of life. As well, La Vieille Europe boasts one of the largest selections of jams and teas, two particular English delicacies, in all of Montreal.
A Great Cup of Joe
Of course, Europeans and Montrealers alike are known the world over for their café cultures, and La Vieille Europe offers its customers over 30 different types of coffee beans, freshly roasted on the premises. And if you ever get a little hungry as you cruise up The Main, feel free to stop in for a delicious sandwich made fresh at the store's deli counter.
Can’t Find Them Anywhere Items
Looking all over town for the best truffles? How about that little jar of delicious jam you had at that café in England? La Vieille Europe has an assortment of hard to find products such as crème brulée, caviar, truffles, condiments galore, spices and tons of chocolate bars. These items bring cooks and chefs here from every corner of Montreal, not to mention the rest of Canada.