Written by Tanya Kupelian on 24.02.14

Upon Entering Pâtisserie Rhubarbe (Rhubarb Bakery), you will come face to face with the perfectly organized confectionery of baked goods on display for customers to purchase ($4-8 each). To your right, is the brightly lit “R” on the white wall, which coincidentally stands for “Rhubarbe”. Located in a delightful residential area on De Lanaudière Street, this tiny yet cozy bakery is all you need to lift your spirits up!

Apart from being a bakery, Rhubarbe serves brunch exclusively on Sundays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The Sunday brunch consists of a table-d’hôte menu, which includes a main dish, a beverage of your choice (tea, juice, coffee or milk), followed by the scone of the day. Rhubarbe offers a surprising variety of main dishes, which includes a wide selection of eggs, delicious sweet thin crepes layered with mascarpone or the hearty continental plate which consists of an egg, yogurt with granola, an applesauce puree as well as a freshly baked croissant stuffed with ham and cheese. As if this was not enough, Rhubarbe will also offer you their dessert of the day for a perfect finishing touch. All of this comes at a fixed price that varies between $16-18 depending on your selections.

Pâtisserie Rhubarbe also offers afternoon tea on Fridays from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm along with a scrumptious assortment of pastries for a total of $20 per person.

Aside from baking their own pastries, Rhubarbe even makes their own chocolate bars, macaroons and interesting jam combinations. The bakery creates their own rhubarb jam, hence the name Rhubarbe, which sadly is only available in the month of May.

It’s safe to say that Rhubarbe isn’t your average bakery. Adorably tiny and cozy, this little bakery packs on a lot of action.

5091 Rue de Lanaudière, Montréal, QC H2J 3P9
(514) 903-3395

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