I read about this place since it was the oldest home in Quebec and it was written up in "1000 places to see before you die" as well as other awards. Tiny place, low roof, small bathroom, ancient and adorable... full of history. It is more expensive at dinner. At lunch, we got an all inclusive meal with soup, meal, dessert, and beer or wine for $20 - sharing it makes it $10 each!! We read that the items to try in Quebec were the pea soup, poutine (fries with gravy and cheese curds), meat pies, and maple syrup pie... We were able to get all of these within 2 meals by sharing between 3 of us. It was memorable.
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