This cozy burger joint with brick-and-stone walls attracts an artsy crowd to rue St-Jean. Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, pickles, hot mustard, mayonnaise, and a choice of cheeses (mozzarella, Swiss, blue, goat, and cream) top the hearty burgers. French fries are served with a dollop of homemade mayonnaise (there are five varieties available) and poppy seeds. Salads, sandwiches, and a daily dessert made fresh by the pastry chef are also available. This original location was so successful that spawned several other branches, notably in the Vieux-Port and Sainte-Foy areas.
Jul 9, 2010
THe food was amazing. The poutine (my first time!) was mouthwatering. Great service, the hamburger was very fresh and tasty. We will definitely recommend and return.
Jul 8, 2010
We ate here on a rainy night in April 2010.The atmosphere was cozy and the service was very good. Excellent value for the price- food was tasty, served hot and looked beautiful on the plate. Plan on returning next week when we are back for the Festival de musique de Québec.
Jul 14, 2007
Amazing food for vegetarians and meat eaters alike. It's an easy bus ride from St. Jean's gate on the #7 bus. If you come to Quebec you must eat here. The best part - you can choose between regular, curry and pesto mayo for your fries!