Bistro L'Ami Fritz

A bistro that offers the taste of Alsace


56 Bromont boulevard

    450 919-1173

Freddy Durrenburger

Our Chef is Native of Alsace


The flambé tart freshly prepared


Discover the purest Alsatian tradition at Bistro l'Ami Fritz located in Bromont. Imagine yourself in a historic district of Strasbourg enjoying flambé tart adored by the Alsatians.


The chef-owner is from Alsace and prepares dough and cream flamekueches every day to ensure freshness and refined taste.


The bistro is named Ami Fritz which is really the nickname of the chef Freddy during his teenage years.


"At the Bistro, everyone is welcome and we forget good manners. We enjoy life, flammekueche and good wine."

Savor


Enjoy the authentic Flammekueches of Alsace.

Flammekueche repas

Flammekueches meals

 

Imagine a fine homemade dough, a cream mix cooked and a refined filling of your choice.

 

flammekueches sucrés

Sweet Flammekueches


These dessert pies are perfect for sweet teeth. Which one will tickle your palate ... Apple, pear or blueberry?


Wine and beer pairing


Receive advice from our chef native of Alsace and discover subtle secrets about wine or beer pairing.

Pre-cooked delicacies

 

Impress your guests with small apetizer bites or an original entry.  Available by dozen, order minimum 24 hours in advance.

 

saucisses sans gluten

Sausages without gluten


We offer take-out of "Saucisson Vaudois" sausages and sauerkraut. The recipe for these gluten-free sausages comes from the canton of Vaud in Switzerland.


Fresh pretzels


Every Sunday, fresh pretzels are available to take away. Fresh out of the oven, they are waiting for you.


L'Ami Fritz Bistro in Bromont


Quality ingredients

 

Homemade

 

Flammekueche

 

100% Alsace


Wine & Beer from Alsace

 

On site or for take-out!

Don't Play Solo !


Enjoy your meal "A Gueter" !!


If you want to follow the pure tradition, then forget about the individual board, forks and knives. It's not a pizza or a pancake. The flammekueche rise to a moment of sharing and conviviality. It must sit in the middle of the table and be eaten in a group with your fingers.


At the table, the flammekueches are served at a regular interval without interruption until satiety. Accompanied ideally by an Alsatian white wine such as Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner or a good beer.

tarte flambée bromont

Ideally served with


Ideally served with an Alsatian white wine or a good beer.

Alsace, I love that you're in Bromont


Have a good time enjoying the authentic flammekueche.

Our Signature Dish


The flambé tart named L'Ami Fritz.

tarte flambée Ami Fritz

Imagine


Imagine a fine bread dough and a tasty mixture of cream accompanied by onions, smoked bacon and covered with Kaiser Fritz raclette cheese.

You end up with our delicious signature dish, the flambé tart L'Ami Fritz.

Let's Have Fun


How well do you know Alsace ?

How do we pronounce Flammekueche ?

Do you find the name difficult to pronounce? L'Ami Fritz will help you. Think of "flammes and coeur" and pronounce the two words together "flammecoeur", that's it.

Is a flambé tart like a pizza ?
Where does the name l'Ami Fritz come from ?

Flammekueche's Origin

 

Its origin dates back to the 18th century.

18th century
Today
18th century

Originally, Flammekueche was exclusively a peasant meal.

 

Made from the farm tradition of Alsace, Flammekueche (flambé tart) is a unique dish cooked in stone in a wood oven, mostly on farms who made their own bread.

 

Once a week, the farmer prepared bread for the need of its people on the farm. The farmer would also prepare Flammekueche which was cooked when the wood oven temperature was at the highest.

Today

Opening Hours:

Monday, Tuesday: closed

Wednesday, Tuesday: 11 am to 7:30 pm

Friday, Saturday: 11 am to 8 pm

Sunday: 11 am to 7:30 pm


56 Bromont boulevard in Bromont


    450 919-1173

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