Located n the Grand Allee section just outside the walls of the old city this place competes with a very condensed section of Quebec restaurants and proved it can stand out on its own. We almost didn't go in because the rices are a little higher tan the others on that strip but it turned out to be worth it. The service was very high level yet unpretentious. The decor was very old school with classical music playing softly. There were lots of combination choices on the menu as well as a la carte. I had 2 apps - Salad with duck and cheese that was one of the best salads I've ever had; and pheasant confit rolls with a spicy vermicelli and mushroom salad. Both original, favourful, and worth every penny. You can tell they have a creative and talented checf hidden back there somewhere. I'll be returning here when I'm back next month!
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