The new Metro Plus Vaudreuil, opened May 1 at cost of “close to $12 million,” will seek to be on the cutting edge of food trends, according to the Montral-based company.
The 43,000-square-foot store includes an in-store bistro, an olive bar and a nut bar with service, sushi made on-site, artisan breads, a beef aging room, a fish smoker, fine chocolates, a large section of locally brewed beers, and several other local products.
“The tastes and needs of Quebecers with respect to food are becoming more and more refined, said Francine Roy, franchisee-owner of the Metro Plus Vaudreuil. “Here, our customers will be able to find everything they want and have access to fresh, distinctive, high quality products at an affordable price.”
Text and captions by Mark Hamstra
Photos courtesy of Metro