L’Héritage restaurant offers a quiet, relaxed setting in the heart of Morin Heights. It is located up a slope, concealed at a distance from the noise of the main road. You can see the garden in front with flowers and water flowing down, and grape vines climbing around the terrace dining area with shaded tables awaiting summer diners. There is another garden to the side of the building, from which most of the vegetables, herbs and decorative edible flowers served at L’Héritage come. The bread is also baked fresh daily. Salmon and ham are smoked by the chef, who also does his own dried meats and prosciutto.
Méchoui is a traditional Sunday specialty at l’Héritage. The interior is decorated in warm colours, lots of wood, stained glass and comfortable seating. L’Héritage menu includes Swiss and French specialties such as fondue, raclette, rösti, and spätzli, and Crêpes “Suzette”. The wine list includes Swiss and other good wines. Dishes are prepared from local, beef, buffalo, duck, lamb, veal, pork, and fish, and cooked on a wood-burning stove. If you go, it would be a good idea to call for a reservation.
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