There is a special ambiance at this place, it also is important because it has a history with one of Quebec most revered painters with whom the Bistro owner associated. The restaurant also displays some good artwork. We only ate there once, a luncheon of French cuisine daily special with a glass of wine, and coffee. The meal was extremely expensive for what we had to eat. But it is a pleasant place to visit and the service was very good.
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