Excellent staff and service. French soup and the meat pie were delicious. The setting was very quaint and romantic. Enjoyed our dinner and recommendations from our waiter. Thankful that they take reservations
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The restaurant caters for tourists. There is nothing wrong with that positioning, but they do so in a slightly dubious manner. They have an extensive menu which can be ordered a la carte or by set menu. It appears that a la carte prices are...More
We had lunch in this restaurant while in Quebec City and it's table d'hote menu was terrific value. The tortiere included in the lunch table d'hote was absolutely delicious. The service was prompt and friendly.
This restaurant features authentic, Canadian food and is worth a visit. If you arrive before 5:45pm, there is a special menu for $19.95 which includes wine or beer, an appetizer, a main course and a dessert. (The house red wine is terrible but everything else...More
Located in the oldest house in old Quebec City, this restaurant offers a unique menu and taste of some of Quebec's specialties. We started with yellow pea soup which was cooked in a pork broth and very different than the US version of green pea...More
Dine in Historic Quebec City while feasting on traditional Colonial Canadian fare. I had home made Sausage with Baked Beans (GF); my friend had Shephard’s Pie. Both were excellent. The restaurant is housed in a Colonial Building with as much charm as it has age....More
I enjoyed my meal here, but felt for the money it wasn't on par with some of the other dining establishments in the area. The trip of game meat was properly cooked and the service was great, and I also enjoyed the smoked boson fondue...More
We were able to reserve a table for 5:30pm and still get the lunch special. The ambience and service was excellent. My entree consisted of elk sausage and baked beans, both very good. My wife had the meatball ragout which was also very good.
Our hotel recommended we try this restaurant and I'm so glad we did! Small, intimate, so cute. We had an early dinner at 5:30 and were able to get the $19.99 3 course dinner with a glass of wine or a beer!!!! Our server was...More
Pricey but worth it. The decoration and environment is like an actual old Québécois house. 2 levels, different. Rooms, the waiters are dressed with typical suits, and decoration is just unique. The menu even more. From buffalo, elk, different types of soups, onion soup is...More