Au Domaine des Petits Fruits, Chocolaterie ODY, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
(2.7/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
Au Domaine des Petits Fruits, Chocolaterie ODY is located in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. Plan to visit Au Domaine des Petits Fruits, Chocolaterie ODY during your Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu vacation using our convenient Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu vacation trip planner.
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  • We bought 30 sept. a jar of honey in 8 CAD and 4 chocolates at 10 CAD. First, notice initially that this is 2.50 CAD the small piece of chocolate. Then, the person has because the application of sales taxes to justify the passage of 18 CAD to 23 CAD. These CAD 5 taxes represent a rate of about 28 percent. Knowing that honey is not taxable, but the chocolates are as confectionery, we would have to pay up to 15% tax, or 1.50 CAD. The 5 CAD applied to the only chocolate represent a 50% tax. Finally, we have received no statement of cash outside the receipt issued by VISA. Unfortunately, this kind of abuse on the part of a person who has seen us that ignorant tourists gives a bad image of the agro tourism Quebec.
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  • We're going to this place on a Sunday for brunch with friends and to celebrate a birthday. Total disappointment, the brunch was okay, but nothing more! To-t-k for the price this was horrible! It looked like a brunch of "La belle province". For the field of berries, not only homemade jam, nothing! Bacon sausages and eggs scrambled! WOW! When booking, had indicated us that we would have small clogged chocolate, he did not. Average atmosphere, the owner was crying after his young waitress before us because they had forgotten to offer us a drink for $ 5. On the other hand the waitress are very nice and trying to make it interesting nonetheless. As we were a small group, proposed us a guided tour of the estate for $ 6 each! This visit was appalling, the owner cried during any visit that particular thing was not paid and that for him there is just the marriages that accounts, blah blah blah. The visit is done on foot and there is nothing more that if you take 10 min to walk in the area by you even... Virtually no explanation on their products, their processes, etc. In short I will never return and I will never recommend this place has someone. $ 71 for 2 brunch frankly no, never. One positive note, the site is very pretty.
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  • We went for Sunday brunch and we stayed on a bitter taste. The place is physically beautiful but the brunch was done of bine slow cooker, scrambled eggs and sounded in the very ordinary. Pay dear for very little. I'm not going back.
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  • Over-billing of tax sale, receipt no, very high prices. We bought 30 sept. a jar of honey in 8 CAD and 4 chocolates at 10 CAD. First, notice initially that this is 2.50 CAD the small piece of chocolate. Then, the person has because the application of sales taxes to justify the passage of 18 CAD to 23 CAD. These CAD 5 taxes represent a rate of about 28 percent. Knowing that honey is not taxable, but the chocolates are as confectionery, we would have to pay up to 15% tax, or 1.50 CAD. The 5 CAD applied to the only chocolate represent a 50% tax. Finally, we have received no statement of cash outside the receipt issued by VISA. Unfortunately, this kind of abuse on the part of a person who has seen us that ignorant tourists gives a bad image of the agro tourism Quebec.
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  • I just read the opinion of Myriam Samson, published a year ago, it's amazing, and then not - there are things that don't change - because the same thing happened to us today. The Lady at the chocolate factory, without glasses this time has been disturbed, or even "attacked" by our visit. We arrived around 3:30 to pick your own blueberries, to the sound of o melodious how of the mower. Unable to continue the activity, after 25 minutes, we went to talk to the Lady, politely, it's all just she didn't we said fuck us elsewhere. However, the owner is very nice (again agree with Myriam Samson) he eventually stop the mower. We should go to him directly. The Lady of the chocolate factory: be respectful of your customer, you can't guess what you lose in doing so.
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  • The chocolates were good, but the person at the caisse took the opportunity to add additional charges on the final bill. I invite you to be careful if you consumed at home.
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  • It was well received by the owner of the domain, however we cannot say the same of the Lady with glasses who took care of the chocolate factory. The US received cavalierly, and seemed pressed to go finish his work on the floor at the point or it seemed to bother her. Customers should be the priority, is not it?
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  • It is well received and a very good service welcoming. Only catch our meals was the appetizer to the dessert fondue. Seated two hours on a Chair folding it is long. Several sauces were accompanied with meat all was well except rendering the dark chocolate fondue dessert. I did not like apparently I could have milk then choose if you go make sure you make your choice before.
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