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La Monnaguette restaurant & Dairy Bar (Cassis Monna & filles estate)

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418 828-2525
418 828-1940

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1225, chemin Royal
Saint-Pierre -de-l'Île-d'Orléans, QC
G0A 4E0

Distance from the bridge: 2,2 km
GPS co-ordinates: 46.877331, -71.092958

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Around 1930, in the Southern French town of Brissac, the Monna family ran a store called Source la Monnaguette that sold liquor, wine and lemonade. Upon finding a bottle dating from this era at the bottom of a river, Catherine Monna was inspired to pay tribute to her ancestors by using this name for her little gourmet shop. 

Stop for a culinary treat at La Monnaguette and enjoy its charming terrace wonderfully decorated with beautiful flowers and offering a spectacular view of the Île d’Orléans bridge. Come anytime in the summer and discover a thousand and one ways to enjoy black currants. 

Dive into childhood with our 18 scrumptious flavours of gelatos and sorbets. Our artisanal blackcurrant-vanilla “softie” is already a fan favourite, with clients driving kilometres for a taste.


We also offer you the opportunity to taste our cocktails in the lounge adjacent to the shop or under our pretty pergola, where blackcurrant wine sangria is the star.

SEE ALSO: Cassis Monna & filles (blackcurrant wine and products)



Accommodation details - Restauration

Types of cuisine
  • Bar café
  • Regional
  • Local produces
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Period open:

Hours: restaurant-terrace La Monnaguette & dairy bar: June 1 to October 14, daily, closed the rest of the year.

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The historical borough of Île d'Orléans celebrates Québec's rural tradition with its gorgeous scenery stretching along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, only a few minutes from Québec City. Visitors are encouraged to experience the rich and vibrant culture of this island jewel, which is the birthplace of New France. Inhabited since time immemorial, Île d'Orléans has a diverse offer of first-rate attractions.