Hearty French fare served in country cottage atmosphere.
I visited this restaurant in May 2012 and came back again in October of the same year because I thoroughly enjoyed the food.
First visit I had the Gravlax which was nicely seasoned where the salt, sugar and herbs were well balanced. This was followed by the rabbit cassoulet. The rabbit was slowly simmered to perfection along with beans and sausage - a truly old fashioned dish.
Second visit, I started with a rich tasting appetizer of rabbit rilettes. Following was the rabbit with honey and rosemary sauce which was tasty and "fall off the bone". Rather than have dessert, I tasted some nice local Quebec cheese after dinner. Both visits, I had Cuvee William, a full bodied Quebec red wine that pairs nicely with such dishes.
I recommended this place to fellow hotel guests and I would most happily return next time I'm in town.
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