I went two times in this restaurant (with my fiance and my family), had amazing meals both times. Located near Frontenac Castle and Petit Champlain neighbourhood, this was one of the best restaurant I ever dined in.
You have to go there especially for the "flambés au guéridon" dishes, because those will be cooked and flamed in front of you. I am French, and this is hard to find even in my country :). The tools they use to cook are in museums now. As they say, it is truly a culinary show, because everything they prepare, they do it in front of you. It makes you want to be the cook.
Service was flawless, our table cook even chatted with us on history of desserts. He explained for example how the creme brulee recipe was in fact found by accident. Really nice talk.
The ambiance is really nice. Soft piano music, elegant waiters and table cooks are dressed up in white with bow ties. Tables are not too close to eachother, which is really enjoyable. The lighting is soft, with elegant wood design.
I had the Newburg langoustines and the Continental filet mignon. Both were amazing. For the dessert, you have to eat the Suzette pancakes. Delicious. The portions are reasonable, even for the price they charge.
I had an amazing ZInfandel Seghesio wine there. The wine list is quite complete.
In two words: Wonderful job. The only thing to do is to remove that red and green neon sign that may mislead the lucky customers. They are in fact entering a very fine and elegant restaurant !
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