Le Dejeuner Cosmopolitain

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983 Boul Saint-Jean, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 5K3

(514) 697-8529


Le Déjeuner Cosmopolitain is an upscale, beautiful restaurant in Pointe-Claire offering breakfast and lunch throughout the day. Go here for a special occasion such as a graduation breakfast or a bridal shower – or gather with friends for a Sunday brunch. This landmark restaurant in Montreal is known for its all-day breakfast and lunch and for dishes that support the goals of the health-conscious diner. Le Déjeuner Cosmopolitain prepares dishes without preservatives, chemicals and trans-fats, so you’ll be sure to eat and feel good about it at Le Déjeuner Cosmopolitain West Island. Reservations are recommended, especially on weekends.

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Le Déjeuner Cosmopolitain is an upscale, beautiful restaurant in Pointe-Claire offering breakfast and lunch throughout the day. Go here for a special occasion such as a graduation breakfast or a bridal shower – or gather with friends for a Sunday brunch. This landmark restaurant in Montreal is known for its all-day breakfast and lunch and for dishes that support the goals of the health-conscious diner. Le Déjeuner Cosmopolitain prepares dishes without preservatives, chemicals and trans-fats, so you’ll be sure to eat and feel good about it at Le Déjeuner Cosmopolitain West Island. Reservations are recommended, especially on weekends.

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6 Reviews

  1. Samantha Druzin
    Samantha Druzin
    June 30, 2017 at 10:07 am Reply

    Great breakfast spot! Portions are big and food is always good!

  2. Daniel Dagenais
    Daniel Dagenais
    February 21, 2014 at 9:58 am Reply

    I have being a customer for over 20 years, in fact one of the first when it was in Laval on St-Martin Blvd… From day one, I was amazed by the quality of the food. I would go there at least 3 times a week when I was working in Laval. Great breakfast place, but also great for lunchs. Best “mashed” breakfast potatoes, large plates, amazing “club sandwich”, super large menu to be lost in because you have so many choices. Price not cheap, but you have to pay for what you get. Still much cheaper then breakfast in hotels! One thing that was lost from the early days, is the service. Not that it is not good, but back in the 90′s in Laval all the waitresses were serving everyone, meaning if one saw you needed more coffee, or water or anything, they would serv you, even if it was not “her” table. That was amazing service! If you want an excellent breakfast, treat yourself and try this great restaurant!|

  3. Carolyn Grace
    Carolyn Grace
    December 5, 2011 at 11:15 pm Reply

    I have been to this restaurant a few times, and each time I have never been disappointed. I have found the food really good here. I tried the spinach/cheddar crepe..It was so good! The waiting time in line was max 20 minutes for me and friend..Then again, aren’t some other restaurants at least a 20 minute wait period. Keep in mind, this is with no reservation. Perhaps some people have had a longer wait period, and not a very good experience with the service..but it has not been the case with me..And, I would recommend for anyone to try this place, and see for yourself..It’s not as bad as some people make it sound..

  4. nancyna18
    nancyna18
    September 17, 2011 at 9:17 pm Reply

    Worst service I’ve ever gotten in my life. The first time I ever went, after being seated we were asked to get up and get back in the line, we had already waited 30 min for a table. The second time I went back, we waited 45 min to be seated, then LITERALY waited 2 hours to get our food after we ordered. I will definitely never go back there! Thank God for dejeuner inc.

    1. Shirley
      Shirley
      February 4, 2012 at 5:01 pm Reply

      Why would you wait 2 hours for food? It’s not like you paid for it in advance; you should/could have left and gone somewhere else. And being asked to get back in line after having a table? I find this story difficult to believe – sure you didn’t stretch the details somewhat? And no – I don’t work there, know anyone that works there, haven’t ever been there. It’s just hard to believe you would sit at a table and wait for your food for 2 hours – unless it was during the 1998 ice-storm and no other restaurants in the city were open.

    2. picman
      picman
      April 26, 2012 at 12:16 pm Reply

      This place is great! Sometimes there is a bit of a wait (5-10min) but the prices are fair and food is excellent!

      I also find it hard to believe nancyna18 waited 2 hours for food…….

      Best breakfast in the west