This restaurant brings you back to the 60's or 70's - or at least my conception of it. It's in a beautiful old house with a cozy classic decor. The night we went, the owner was there greeting people and going from table to table to welcome them. It's really old-school but it's cute.
The food was very good, but again, it's really classic french food. Don't expect anything surprising or new. They have filet mignon, pavé de saumon, canard confit, suprême de volaille, you know, all those meals you would expect from a french restaurant. Nothing more.
It's very good, but I found it was probably most popular among american tourists, because I think it's probably the kind of place some of them are looking for when they come to Québec City.
When I went they had a deal : if you're a student of Université Laval, you buy two Tables d'hôte and you get a free bottle of wine. That was really cool. Otherwise it's pricey, but not overly so, considering the quality of the place.
Oh and the service is very very good. An enjoyable experience.