We arrived in Tadoussac around lunch time and began looking for a restaurant. We came upon Le Bateau which looked nice with an outdoor dining area perched atop a small cliff and overlooking the valley area below. It turned out to be a buffet -- "all you can eat" (or "all you care to eat"). I need to be careful with such restaurants as I have a normal tendency to observe rites of the former -- all you can eat -- rather than the more sensible alternative. It turned out that the options were copious: two soup options (chicken soup and pea soup) -- of course I tried both; delicious. Main course options -- (a) semi cooked spaghetti which the dinner finished cooking in hot water, with multiple topping options; hot salmon tort; sliced ham; (b) several hot vegetable options and cold salad ingredients; (c) several delicious deserts; and (d) complementary hot coffee. It was copious. Sitting on the open terrace was delightful; the service was very good. The food was not haut cuisine, but it was flavorful, filling; and quite the bargain.
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