Restaurant typical of the resurgence of the St-Roch district, the furniture is unpretentious but the food can pretend to be of the good tables of quebec. salmon gravlax, beef tartare and bison, duck magret plates, scallop risotto, beef baths and calf rakes... everything was exquisite. and a good selection of wines. extra.
My husband and I visited this great brewery (the only on the island) last week for lunch. It is a beautiful location and building. We eat on the terrace. I enjoyed her grilled chicken sandwich with frits and a delicious salad and my husband enjoyed his smoked meat sandwich with frits. Very friendly service, good food and beer, we recommend this stop if you are on the island or near Quebec or Montmorency Falls.