After hearing so much about this restaurant we decided to try it for my girlfriends birthday.
The appetizers( grilled jumbo shrimps and scallops tartar) were the best part of our meal.
For the main course I opted for the Scallops, the plate I was served was a work of art, but the flavor combination did not work at all. My girlfriend opted for the fish of the day, which was stripped bass. This dish was a total disappointment. She received the tail part of the fish, which was dry, overcooked, and bland. I think we got the last piece of stripped bass, as the other clients in the restaurant were served grouper. When they came to get our plates, they asked if we enjoyed them, and we replied NO. They said , oh you should have told us, we would have changed them for you. They never came to ask how our meals were while we were eating, so we decided to eat them anyway. We figured a chef with her reputation and status would not serve a plate that was not perfect! As for dessert we tried the creme brule, which was good, but no spectacular for 12$ a plate. Finally we had 2 appetizers, 2 main courses, 1 dessert, and 1 bottle of water, this meal cost us 190$(no wine or drinks). We eat a lot better in many fine restaurants in the Laurentians, for half the price, this place is overrated!
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