Boulangerie Grandma's Bakery

Inspired by the recipes of our ancestors, Grandma's Bakery produces fresh baked goods daily, including fresh bread, buns, pies, cakes, and cookies. It all started with a simple mission—offering the most authentic, the most delicious bread on the Magdalen Islands—and turned into a great passion! Grandma's Bakery has become a link between traditional treats and modern-day baking. In the heart of the east end of the Islands, right next to Old Harry Beach, Grandma's Bakery feeds locals and visitors alike, whether they're buying their daily bread, picking up some snacks for a picnic on the shore, or just stopping in to chat. Sought-after local preserves, jams, and lobster paste are also available. Stop by for a taste of Grosse-Île at Grandma's Bakery, and support a social enterprise: the bakery's mission extends beyond bread, to provide jobs to the local community.

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Contact

787, road Principal
Grosse-Île,
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 985-2116 #6 Phone : 418 985-2116 #6


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General information

Island Grosse Île Island
Nearest Beach Grande Échouerie Beach
Distance from the beach 0 km
We speak Français, English
Additional Information
  • Non-Smoking
Payment methods accepted

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Dates and opening hours

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