I had dinner on a weekday, we had no reservation but since it was only half full, we had no trouble finding a good table. Service was a bit on the slow side and despite an indication that we wanted our dishes to be served as they were ready, all arrived at the same time.
We went for the "tapas" option, where the menu main courses are served in a smaller size, and we ordered two of those each. While the risotto was actually very good, the seared tuna portion was ridiculously small, overcooked and dry.
Wines were average, and expensive, as usual in Quebec. I had a Californian zinfandel that was at least decent.
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