The 3 sisters are back! While the girls always stayed in the business with catering services, they have decided to open up again to serve the West Island community.
Les 3 Soeurs opened their doors in 1996 due to the vision of Bob Bourgault, father to Tracey, Joanne, and Christine. He was a foodie and as his 3 girls were living out west, some speculate that he bought the business to bring his girls back home. After much hard work, the restaurant became very successful due to the patronage of the west islanders from Sainte Anne’s to Lachine as well as downtown Montreal.
The sisters branched out into corporate catering a few years later and sold in 2006. While they enjoyed corporate they found they missed the interaction with their clients. Today the girls will be following the boom in healthy eating and offering their delicious choices once again, this time in Dollard Des Ormeaux.
“Bols” is a new concept that will open in May on St. Jean Boulevard.
“Opening our doors again is exciting but what is really fun is that my sister-in-law, Stephanie Simard will be joining the sister team,” said Tracey Bourgault. “Stephanie will bring her sales and marketing skills, with her passion and love of clean living and healthy eating so its 3 Soeurs + 1.”
Why “Bols” ?
After looking into their family history, they discovered that their ancestors in France were wooden bowl makers. It was fitting as the girls had envisioned serving up healthy and hearty meal-sized salads in bowls.
The 50 seat restaurant with a terrasse for 20, will be opening mid may in the Blue Haven Shopping Center, located at 3693 Boul. St Jean.
“The menu will consist of a variety of delicious salads some green and some ”not so green”. Our Thai Noodle salad is always a hit in the catering so we will be offering that for sure,” Bourgault continued. “We will show case a variety of daily features such as quiche of the day, homemade soups and the famous “Thai chicken wrap”. On those hot summer days, we will serve up a tried and true family recipe, the best and healthiest Gazpacho.”
The new eatery will serve only the freshest of locally sourced ingredients, vegan salad dressings, many gluten-free options. On occasion, there will be brunches and themed evenings.
There will be a convenient take-out counter with “grab and go”salads will be available for pick up for those who don’t have time to cook. The girls have a few family recipes to share when it comes to desserts, Pat’s carrot cake, Granny Chisholm’s cookies and of course Joannes homemade desserts; Chia pudding with blueberries and toasted coconut chips, and banana bread.
Follow the grand opening progress on Facebook at 3 Soeurs Bols here
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