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US$24 - US$33
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Canadian, Grill
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Reviewed September 13, 2020

(Note that this review does NOT pertain to the attached Hotel et Cie but to the restaurant.) We decided to have our dinner, anniversary trip, at this restaurant because of the convenience of being attached to the hotel that we were staying at. We reviewed...the menu and made our choices... French Onion soup, a burger and the salmon. The French Onion soup was a bowl of onions and very little broth! The burger was "charred" with hard and crisp edges though the "fries" were very good and the salad was okay. The Salmon was undercooked with very little flavour and the salad was again "okay" and the baked potato had many black spots in it, should not have been served since it is cut in such a way that the inside of the potato can be seen by the kitchen. The middle center of the salmon was inedible - not cooked and cool to the touch. We brought this to the attention of our server and she went and spoke to the kitchen about it. She came back to our table and said that the "chef" (?) says that is how he cooks it!! Okay... we have been travelling regularly for nearly 40 years and salmon is regularly on our list of dinners, we KNOW what cooked AND uncooked salmon is. This what NOT cooked. The answer we got back was not professional and our concerns should have been taken more seriously. We were dismissed and nothing more. For those that do not know the Gaspe Region, it is the SALMON CAPITAL of the province of Quebec. You would expect a superior experience when choosing fish or seafood in this entire region. This was not a great experience for a dinner, that had a burger, cost nearly $100CDN and that included one glass of wine and one drink.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed September 10, 2020 via mobile

We had a great experience - cozy atmosphere and great food! I asked to be accommodated for a vegan meal, and they truly went above and beyond! Would definitely come back!

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed August 14, 2020 via mobile

This was really the best meal on our Gaspesie trip. Delicious creative dishes, very friendly and professional service, nice ambiance. Highly recommended if you are in the area

Date of visit: August 2020
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David_Dubreuil, Directeur général at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded August 18, 2020

Thank you for this perfect review. Have a safe trip back home.

Reviewed August 10, 2020

Normally would not eat in a hotel restaurant but this one stood out for its quality, diversity and friendliness. Attentive and helpful staff, diversity of local ingredients and relaxed ambiance made for a great meal out on a cool summer night.

Date of visit: August 2020
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David_Dubreuil, Directeur général at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded August 12, 2020

Thank you for this very nice review!

Reviewed July 23, 2020

Best extra crispy calamari ever. Fried perfectly to a golden brown crunch. Tender squid. Added hot pepper gives them an exquisite note. The haddock from fish and chips dish could win them a Michelin star. Crispy and tasty crute with a fine flavor from the...beer butter. Arugula salad with mango compliments perfectly the tartar sauce giving you the perfect bite. Yummy. Everything assembled with care and stile. Not to miss on a trip to Gaspesie.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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David_Dubreuil, Directeur général at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded July 30, 2020

Thank you very much for this perfect review and excellent comments!

Reviewed October 13, 2019 via mobile

Quite a haute-gourmande experience in (relatively) small-town Quebec. Even though it was off-season (mid-October) we made reservations and it's a good thing we did -- the place was packed by the time we left. Service & food was excellent. We had lobster bisque & deer...(cerf) tartare for stouters; and goose & New York pepper steak for mains. Good steak is good steak, it's difficult to stand out, but everything else was outstanding. I had never before had a lobster bisque with so much meat. And of course rich & creamy as bisque should be. Missus reports that the deer tartare was world-class outstanding. The menu had considerable variety, plenty to choose from. Overall, an absolute gem. But call ahead & reserve a table!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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David D, Gérant at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded October 28, 2019

Thank you this exquisite comment !

Reviewed September 15, 2019 via mobile

This seems like a pretty straightforward hotel restaurant. What was a little annoying about it was that the wait staff seem to be running about in a flurry and yet there were only a handful of people in the restaurant. And, as was pointed out...in another review, there were as many people waiting in line to get in the restaurant as there were in the restaurant. There were plenty of tables without people in them and yet a long line of people waiting to get in the restaurant. They didn’t seem to lack enough servers although they acted like everyone was extremely busy. I had ribs which were pretty below average. They were encrusted with a covering and covering that was OK but certainly nothing out of the ordinary. I asked for a half rack and they gave me a full rack.My wife had pizza and the dough was tough and didn’t taste very good. It was like a thick bread rather than a pizza dough. The ingredients on top we’re good. They served us rather quickly and brusquely and then never return to the table.But if this is the number one restaurant in town then maybe this is the best you can do.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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David D, Gérant at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded September 20, 2019

We take good note of your comments. We are sorry that you did not enjoyed your meal at our restaurant.

Reviewed September 9, 2019

First time in this area and have had a great time. Had our last nights dinner at the restaurant and it was delicious! We had trouble understanding the choices on the menu but with the help of Monik we could not have chosen any better....We started with Grey Seal appetizer and although seal is grey meat was black. But just so enjoyable I encourage you to try. I had the Halibut and it was the best I’ve ever had. My husband had the pork and scallops and it was fabulous! Meal was not cheap but we came away both thinking it was the best meal we have had so far on our trip through Quebec Gaspe region .More

Date of visit: September 2019
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David D, Gérant at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded September 20, 2019

Thank you for this wonderfull comment!

Reviewed July 16, 2019 via mobile

This was probably the best table in town, according to the critiques. And yes, food wise, we all had excellent meals, when something goes out of the kitchen, this is top-notch. Problem is when does something go out of the kitchen? Service is a comedy,...kitchen delivery doesn’t follow to feed plate of starving customers. The first evening we showed up, we were warned that there will be probably an hour to wait before being seated and another 20 to 30 minutes to be served, although the restaurant was not full. Instead, we’re suggested to come back the next day, with reservation, so we would not wait; this is what we did. Following day, we could seat right away, but we did wait more than an hour to be served, and yet, I never had the chance to taste my appetizer (it took the Table d’hôte), it never made it to my table. Good thing is that they did apology and offer the desert to compensate; nice gesture. I would definitely recommend this place, because what you get in your plate is really savory, but I would be cautious in the time to expect being there.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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David D, Gérant at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded July 25, 2019

Thank you for your good review despite your experience that did not seem up to your expectations. We take goo notes from your comments and we hope that your next experience will bring you satisfaction.

Reviewed July 13, 2019

Reservation required. Had a great 22oz. cowboy steak. Realy enjoyed it. Cooked as requested and served with a very tastefull mixture of vegetables.

Date of visit: July 2019
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David D, Gérant at La Broue dans l'Toupet, responded to this reviewResponded July 22, 2019

Thank you very much for this excellent review and great comment.

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