Sunday, July 15, 2007

The Best Continental Breakfast in Montreal


I will never stay in a hotel again! Last weekend S and I went to Montreal to take in the Jazz fest. We decided to stay in a B&B instead of a hotel, and it was great. We stayed at Chez Fanny, which is in a beautiful historical house in the Plateau, and we made friends with another young German couple also staying there. This picture is of the delicious continental breakfast that Fanny served us. We had freshly squeezed juice, fresh figs (so decadent), and yogurt and maple syrup, and we had cheese dusted with pistachio nuts, and lots of breads, including that little loaf in the background. It came from the Marché Richelieu across the street, and was filled with white chocolate and cranberries. Fanny says they make an even better one with orange and chocolate. I think I will have to return soon!

3 comments:

Squeaky said...

Hee hee, you said "fanny!" Kidding, breakfast looks awesome, have to make the trip this summer!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for telling us about Chez Fanny. We went for a weekend and had a fantastic time and the breakfast was amazing.

J

Deirdre said...

Mmmm. Man, I love hotel breakfasts. They're always so much yummier than anything I'd provide for myself. Biscuits and muffins and fruit, oh my! Plus: jazz. What more could a foodie/audiophile ask for?

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