The best of old and new blend at this restaurant in an 1840 French-Canadian farmhouse, built by the owners' ancestors, which lies east of Château-Richer toward Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. Antiques and old-fashioned woodstoves decorate the dining rooms, where you can sample traditional Québec dishes, from tourtière (meat pie) and pork hocks to maple-sugar pie. You can also opt for contemporary dishes such as the excellent herbed-and-breaded grilled lamb loin and
pastry-wrapped "Ferme d'Oc" goose leg confit and prosciutto. A lower-priced lunch menu is served until 4. Upstairs is a five-room B&B, also decorated in Canadiana; two exterior buildings hold two additional rooms.