The décor in this place contains tools, pots and plates from yesteryear. The seating is in the old fashioned "Sugar Shack" style. The place was closed for a while. It reopened this past summer by new owners who wish to preserve the nature of the previous Millete Family place. It is now a "Contemporary" Sugar Shack! The dishes offered are a “Fusion” of new cuisine inspired by traditional Quebecois food, using local produce. In addition there is a boutique featuring pickles, apple-cider, apple and maple preparations, and maple wines. La Tablée des Pionniers serves year-round breakfast, and brunch on Saturday and Sundays, and on Saturday evening, dinner with specialties prepared by Chef Michael Lessard (previously of L'Eau à la Bouche, Ste. Adele). The evening menu offers pork rib, Turbot Steak or Filet Mignon, and for desert there is a Tarte Tatin with caramelized apples.
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