This was our first dinner in Quebec City and we didn't really have any planned places to go for food but as we walked around there were plenty of places on the main road but seemed very touristy. Took a turn onto a quiet side street and stumbled upon this restaurant. Since we were looking for something authentic and French Canadian it seemed to fit the bill.
Bottom line is the food was good and so was the service. The place had a more formal ambiance (a little tired looking) but given the tourist crowd, many were in casual attire. It didn't give that bistro vibe like Le Lapin Saute (see my other review). Plus it was pricier that usual. Given the other options, I would be more open to try elsewhere.