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This was a great restaurant located on a picturesque little harbour and marina! The food was great and matched the scenery. The service was peasant and fast. I had the fish that was pan friend and very tasty. There was extra bread. The only complaint...More
Situated on the waterside in the harbor itself. Just across is the microbrewery Mc Caribou making tasty beers. Menu is rich, lots of choice for every time of the day, even a children's menu. Reserve and ask for one of the window tables. Food is...More
We tried to go to this informal restaurant the night before for dinner, but this place was fully packed with people as we did not book the table in advance. So we went there the next morning for breakfast. Quite a contrary, it was surprisingly...More
On the recommendation of a Quebec resident, about 25 friends stopped for breakfast at this charming reuse of a building formerly used for fish operations. The coffee was the best we've so far encountered in our tour through Quebec! The breakfast menu was enticing and...More
This was our first restaurant stop of our couple of days at Perce Rock. The food is simple but my fish was very fresh and the breading was super light (which I prefer over the normal heavy, greasy stuff). The salad, which in most simple...More
Very good food and nice atmosphere. I had cod plate and everything was really good. My daughter had pasta, and it was good but the portion was quite small. There is a nice beach next to the restaurant and an artisanal gelato shop.
We sat outside by the dock. The restaurant is located in a very picturesque little harbour. They serve an exccelent seafood sandwich and the coffee is the best in the entire Gaspe peninsula. If you're looking for coffee stop here.
We stopped for a mid-morning break. Coffee and a pastry were good. Service was good. There is a small gallery on site.
We really enjoyed walking around the marina, looking at the fishermen unloading their catch.