Le Comptoir - Fairmont Tremblant
Nice place.food was good, but restaurant was not busy at all. Service was exceptional.
The buffet was excellent with a good variety, and so were the desserts!
We dined there last visit to Mont Tremblant. Thought the hot food selection was somewhat limited. Our server was very accommodating even though it was a buffet. We were hoping for a certain dessert and mentioned to one of the chefs who proceeded to serve to us as a special accommodation. Couldn’t have been any better server/ staff.
We had a fairly disappointing experience last visit, but decided to give Le Comptoir another try. BIG MISTAKE! The hostess and servers are friendly and welcoming, however the food presentation, quality and menu selection is quite terrible. At 7pm, we found the hot food to be cold, some stations to be empty and anything remaining to be stirred over. The value for us came from the dessert station. I think it would be helpful to have staff available to assist with serving the food and on-hand to speedily replace popular items. Also, the restaurant should invest in better equipment to keep the hot food at the proper temperature. This is our last visit there.
It was excellent as usual! We would go back for more than once next time!
Had a wonderful valentines experience
Great Saturday seafood buffet that caters to family and friends. All you can eat oysters, roast beef and a chef to flambé some fresh shrimps. Ensures your whole party to find something they like!
Everything was delicious
Nous aimerions recevoir opentable en français. merci.
I prefer this over the Chow Gras which we went to the night before. For a buffet, this was top notch in choices, cleanliness, and quality.
la qualite de la viande laisse a desirer et le choix de la nouriture n est pas tre varier
WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT!!! Prime rib/roast was lukewarm and bland. Shrimp (LOTS of shrimp dishes!) were tasteless and chewy. Average cheese offerings and WAY overcooked. vegetables. Desserts are typical hotel food - nothing made in house. Three children were running around in the dining area during our meal and one of them climbed UNDER the cheese counter at the buffet and wouldn’t come out. Supervisor was called. The little guy’s sisters pulled him along the floor back to his table by his arms. Lots of squealing. Same children were messing with the food on the buffet tables. Totally unsupervised. How much did I pay to enjoy this grand experience???
Buffet très ordinaire pour un hôtel Fairmont. Ne vaut pas le prix chargé !!!
The worst buffet I have ever had. We’ve stayed at the Fairmont Tremblant for the past 15 years. The change in ownership to Accor is starting to show with higher prices and lower quality. AVOID
This place has EXCELLENT staff. They are very friendly and accommodating. The food is very good for a buffet but you do lose some fine details when leaving food out to warm. They were also EXCELLENT in making a special meal for my gf who is gluten and lactose intolerant. the view is lovely as is the real fire nearby. They should have more options in the buffet for this price range. It is a small buffet with very limited mains. This meal for 4 cost $69 per person for a Christmas buffet plus a half bottle of wine, two cocktails, 4 mock tails for my kids plus Xmas tip and taxes was actually MORE money than the 5 star sister restaurant Le Choux Gras right beside that may have been the best meal of my life the night before. It makes no sense that this meal is more when I had more, better and ironically cheaper food at the main dining room. The food here does not in any way justify the cost. I would have eaten at Le Choux Gras to SAVE money had I known it would be like this.
Nous avons passé un bon moment et apprécié le buffet Montagnes et Rivières du samedi soir ... en particulier les crevettes flambées au Sambouca!
Unfortunately this restaurant did not live up to our expectations. Food at buffet that should have been hot was cold (e.g. ribs) and it took a long time to replace food that ran out and some items were never replaced. The presentation of certain plates was poor and selection was very limited. They offered oysters, but whoever was opening did a poor job, as the oyster were "destroyed", they were almost never intact and there was no liquid left in them. Also although the waitress was friendly, she was very busy, so we had to get up and get a pitcher of water to refill our glasses ourselves.
Nous avions dûment fait une réservation pour samedi soir. Une fois arrivée, l'hôtesse nous a froidement mentionner que notre réservation ne tenait plus puisqu’ils ont fait entrer des gens SANS réservation à notre place.
J’attendais avec impatience d’y manger ... je suis très déçu
The food quality was not same as other times I went there specially the oysters were not looking good and low quality
Fish was very salty also
But in general I love the place and the restaurant
It’s one of my favourites
La nourriture est excellente, cependant, pas assez chaud et les assiettes sont froide.
Best buffet ever. Probably even better than that BBQ buffet at the Montebello!
Seafood dishes are very good.
Ribs are to improve, please.
A tad warm temperature for cakes and desserts, please check chiller (?) temperature.
must try Saturday dinner buffet and Sunday breakfast buffet
The food is classic
There is nothing special about it
Best value you can have at this resort. Saturday night's buffet with oysters and shrimps and local meats is very tasty.
The buffet is pricey but if you like seafood it was definitely worth the $55. The service was fantastic and the chef was amazing. He was able to accommodate a dairy, nut, and wheat allergy. It made for an amazing dinner and a very happy child.
The evening was 5-star plus. The service was superb!!
We went for Friday night buffet, as I recalled last time I went the food was amazing. Very disappointed. Don’t waste your money. For the price, not worth it. You are better off going to a nice à la carte Restaraunt. The cheese offering was sparse, onl 3different cheeses with a few grapes. There were no buns. 2 green salads, a few prepared salads. The main courses....the only food that was palatable was a Currie lamb. There was no rice, potatoes or vegetables to eat wit your main course. Other offerings included a salmon that had been sitting too long, a Peking duck that was dark brown and did not look edible, a paella that smelled awful (I was going to use some rice from there with my lamb but it smelled so bad I passed, and a noodle dish, not sure what it was. They also had thes3 chicken fingers that looked burnt. The only thin my daughter ate was Mac and cheese. The dessert offering was not great either. It was ok. Nothing outstanding.
Last time we had went it was amazing. They had a nice pasta bar, roast beef, etc. Nice chees3 table, some nice breads, it as really nice. I was wondering why the Restaraunt was not busy, but I think it was the food, not the fact that the hotel was not busy. The redeeming factor, our waitress was very nice and attentive. 245 for 2 adults 1 child. Wine 40$
Too expensive for what is served.
We had been to the buffet many years ago when much more elegant display and tables. Food is still great but less selection and restaurant feels like a cafeteria. Need some table clothes for a starter.
Poor food selection for the price and left on the hot plates for too long.
Was way overpriced for the food selection and quality.
Great ambiance and food! Good for families with kids and large parties!
with some reservation, i would recommend Le Comptoir. Buffet style made a group dinner easy, service was great, food was good and plentiful. Cost however was higher than need be. Our seating arrangement left us sitting part way through a heavily traveled doorway. Indeed, this is a casual environment and the food is as mentioned above, good, but neither reflects the cost per person. I would recommend more vegan, and non dairy offerings. Pasta and tomato sauce does not a vegan meal make.
overpriced, 15% gratuity added despite it being a buffet, choice limited
(comparing to previous years, dissapointing
(NB. from a decorative point of view, the reno has transformed the space into a very attractive one)
On s,attendait vraiment à plus que ça la nourriture à mon avis n,avait pas de goût , la soupe à l,oignon était fade et ma salade césar était composé seulement de coeur pas de feuille le saumon lui était parfait, seul point positif . Le service excellent
So impress with the waitress, never need to find her, she magically appeared to clear our plates with clean cutlette, refill water and juice, always with smile. Amazing with this type of services for brunch/buffer type dining. Very impress, gave extra 5% tips
Avoid this restaurant if you are a family which is a shame because its geared for family dining. I booked the restaurant and turned up 10 minutes early. I was advised to wait in the bar with my family (including 4 children) but was advised shortly after sitting down that the children could not stay with us as it was a licensed area. This despite a baby sitting next to us. There was no where to wait. The restaurant manager offered us a glass of cheap sparkling wine to compensate but I think it misses the point. The target market for the restaurant has no where to sit prior to going into the restaurant. A rethink is necessary for this hotel and its F&B facilities.
We had our Christmas Dinner there and everything was perfect!
We enjoyed the Christmas Day buffet. The appetizers were very good. Apart from the usual salads, there was a lot of seafood: oysters on the shell, shrimp, smoked salmon. The mains were good: prime rib, a turkey dark meat casserole, braised veal, lobster stuffed chicken and Arctic char.
Le Comptoir - Fairmont Tremblant is rated 4 stars by 160 OpenTable diners.
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