With its fine French cuisine and convenient location in a 95-year-old house on the bustling Grande Allée, this restaurant has long been popular with many of Québec's élite. Dining areas range from the very public summer terrace to discreet second-floor meeting rooms, a solarium with bamboo chairs, and a cozy dining room with exposed stone walls and warm wood accents. Chef Hervé Toussaint's top dishes include seafood dishes such as shelled lobster, as well as fresh
pasta and a rack of lamb. With more than 5,000 bottles of wine on hand, nobody goes thirsty, and the owner checks in on diners in person.
Sep 5, 2006
We loved the food do much, we ate there twice in 5 days. The presentation was beautiful and the food unbelievably delicious. We ordered from the Prix Fixe menu, which included a large mesclun salad, all the fresh baked baguette you could eat, a choice of 15 main courses including perfectly done veg. (from a non-veg. eater), then the most delectable fresh fruit tart with shortbread crust. Good thing we had to walk a distance back to the hotel. You
MUST eat there.