Tour de Feast: Croque Madame
Tour de feast is a tiny little restaurant located in the Lynnmour area of North Vancouver that serves up French-inspired foods. It’s probably been a good two years since our last visit here.
We stopped by for brunch in mid June (a rare but welcome three-day weekend after a long week at work) and ordered the Smoked Salmon Sandwhich with Daily Soup ($15.50) and the Croque Madame ($16.50). The soup of the day was a parsnip purée with pieces of crispy bacon in it. Who doesn’t love bacon?
The croque madame came with black forest ham and tomatoes and was topped with melted Gruyère with a sunny side up egg and a slice of crispy bacon as well as a side of hash brown potatoes and a crisp salad. The perfect breakfast meal.
The smoked salmon was sandwiched between a grilled baguette with capers, crème fraîche, red onions, and lettuce. It was an okay sandwich but nothing really stellar when compared with the croque madame.
319 Mountain Highway
North Vancouver, BC
Posted on December 4, 2018, in Breakfast, Brunch, French, Restaurant Review and tagged Breakfast, Brunch, Croque Madame, Food, French, Lynnmour, North Vancouver, restaurant review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.