Hearty home cooking, generous portions, and rock-bottom prices have made this no-frills, diner-style eatery a Lower Town institution. As the name suggests, it's in the heart of the antiques district. In summer it has a small sidewalk terrace where you can sit and watch the shoppers stroll by. It's also a good place to sample traditional Quebecois dishes such as pea soup and cipaille (a deep-dish layered pie using poultry, meat, or seafood). The sugar pie, crepes,
and other desserts are homemade and delicious.
95 rue St-Paul, Québec City, Québec, G1K 3V8, Canada