I stopped here for breakfast with my family, wife, son (5yo), and daughter (2yo), on our way to the old city from Centre-ville. We were walking just hoping to find a place open serving something other than just pastries. As we approached, we noticed the number of people already there at 7am. There was still a table for 4 available, so we took the opportunity.
The restaurant has a bar and regular tables/booths. The bar looks out to a partially open kitchen (some of the kitchen was behind a wall). We sat at a booth.
Despite first appearances, the breakfast menu was not huge. It essentially had variations on the same offerings: egg, egg + meat, crepes, crepes + meat, french toast, french toast + meat, and the combinations of those (dejeuners vedettes).
The crepes were quite large and quite delicious. There were no "fruit" crepes much to my son's dismay. The crepes are also much thicker than most others, much more like pancakes.
The french toast was nothing special. In fact, the bread is essentially just inexpensive, bagged, sliced bread. I watched them bring up some from downstairs. I kind of wished I had gotten the crepes instead.
My wife and I ordered "Le Gourmet" which is a combination platter: crepe/french toast, meat, and 1 egg. You could get additional anything you wanted on the side. The kids just got french toast and eggs.
Overall, it was a decent breakfast and relatively inexpensive. Total tab came to be about $30 (like just about every breakfast, everywhere in Quebec City).
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