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Delightful cafe with an amazing selection of fresh and delicious items - we ordered sandwiches and salad and they were yummy! Cute little town that overlooks the Saguenay Fjord- you can take boat trips or catch a ferry.
Find your way here - it is...More
Sainte-Rose-du-Nord is a tiny and picturesque village on the Saguenay Fjord. There are few places to eat in the area but we stumbled by chance on the Rose Cafe. It's an appealing wooden building with fold down windows that make it look almost open -...More
Super nice surprise! It is not one of those very touristic restaurants I tend to stay away from - even if it's in the heart of the village and has a stunning view (extra plus)!!
I still remember the tourtiere I had there and then...More
You have to admit that from the outside you might just miss this little gem. We paused here after a long journey with our two boys (3 1/2 years, 7 months) for a muffin and coffee. The food was delicous and the waitress and her...More
We enjoyed the Rose Cafe. It’s a small place with a nice view of the wharf. It is run by one woman but we had good service. I ordered the tourtières which was good, although the pastry crust was a bit soggy. My husband got...More
We were blown away by the friendly and efficient service, the quality of the dishes and the stunning view from the porch of the fjord.
We had the pizza, the tourtière and a salad and everything was much better than our already high hopes. What...More
We stopped by this cafe on our way to Tadoussac. Although the cafe is by the waterfront, parking was very busy and we were lucky to find a space.
The cafe looked slightly odd but I think they have 'temporary walls' (like marquee walls) from...More