This was to have been the morning of the light breakfast! Happily, it was anything but, enticed as we were, by the English Breakfast and the Belgian Breakfast from a substantial list. So far as the former was concerned Matron, a connaisseur in these matters, considered the Black Pudding delectable. I was more than happy with Croque Monsieur and Raisin French Toast. The "proper" bread was a great change from the sweet industrial stuff usually accompanying Canadian breakfasts.
Lunch choices looked good too, though as others have remarked it is not open for dinner and closed on Mondays.
You need to look out for it as you drive through Les Escoumins as it is a bit back from the road. Watch out for the Restaurant Chocolaterie Belge sign and be prepared to be set up for the rest of the day. The whales even obliged by appearing a few minutes after our arrival at Cap De Bon Desir just down the road!
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