We went with family and my goodness!! The good is always amazing and fresh! Its a cute little spot on main street in the smalllest part of gatineau. Worth the drive!
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The restaurant is in an old log House and has a really cozy atmosphere. We went here for breakfast on a Sunday. The food was excellent. Real Maple Syrup. Fresh fruit served with Eggs, Sausage and Toast. The waitress was very friendly and helpful. Bilingual....More
The soup was very good and the sandwich combo left me satisfied and willing to return. The service was friendly and the building was worth visiting as well (log cabin base).
The setting is an old log house in Buckingham where simple well prepared and nicely presented food is offered in cosy happy surroundings. This is not classic French cooking but regular fare with a carefully considered twist and delightful mood. Reservations are recommended especially on...More
My wife and I found this place by pure luck while driving up to our cottage last year. We were hungry and stopped here for a quick meal - we did not have great expectations as all we wanted was something good, fast and filling....More
Small restaurant, very cosy place, good music and a friendly service. They have some musiciens / singners during the week-end at least once a month. Everywhere you look in the restaurant, you could see painting from local artists. During the summer, the
We occasionally go to this restaurant, normally on a Friday night when we want a good, quality meal. We've never been disappointed with either the food or the service. The restaurant is located on the main street in the Buckingham sector of Gatineau. The building...More
Tastes likes Grandma's cooking, right down to the chicken pot pie and the "pouding au chomeur". The log cabin setting and friendly service make it a must.
The food is an important part of the experience here. It is simple, local and very good. The chicken pot pie was perfect in size and taste. The deserts will keep you coming back. Thoughtful presentation and preparation. The rest of the experience comes from...More