Good food and service with a reasonable price. Nice charming Small cafe/bakery-type place. Would again next time in town.
busy long weekend crowd, good food, nice decor, staff overwelmed by customers, all tables were occupied, so service was long and staff forgot items and took real long to finally bring them. owner not flexible on menu, brakfeast comes with regular coffee that is 2$ on menu, i asked to change that for a fruit juice wich is 1,95$ on... More
4 of us had everything from soup to cappuccino, pesto baguette, etc. and agreed that we had been served a good lunch by a lovely waitress who spoke decent English (don't take this for granted). The restaurant is located on the main street, a simple but acceptable interior.
Just had early supper there. Great sandwiches, soup and coffee. Desserts they have a great selection. The bread is real baguette. Owner is friendly and gives top service. If you want a light lunch this is the place in Magog.
We come here regularly for breakfast or lunch. Food is always fresh and tasty. The owner is very witty and is makes for a great eating experience.
This small but attractive bakery serves delicious sandwiches on their own breads, as well as offering the best pastries and croissants we sampled anywhere in Quebec. A short walk from the pretty waterfront park in Magog, this budget-friendly and welcoming restaurant is worth a visit. Our limited French was not a problem as a helpful waitress patiently translated unfamiliar terms.
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