As we strolled the streets of Quebec looking for a place for lunch L'entrecote Saint Jean caught our attention. The windows were opened to the street and the menu was interesting and reasonable. We began with a half liter of white house wine. It was very good. We both had the soup of the day, cream of turnip. It was creamy with a pleasant and distinct taste of turnips. My husband chose sauteed chicken. The generous portion was served with a warm apple topping, julienne vegetables, sauteed mushrooms and pasta with herbs. I chose the grilled Black Forest ham and cheese sandwich. The bread was nicely toasted and the mild cheese was melted perfectly. The sandwich came with petite fries and a fresh mixed green salad. We would not ordinarily order dessert but it was included and absolutely wonderful...vanilla ice cream in puff pastry covered with a generous serving of chocolate sauce. The food was very good, well prepared and presented well. Service was a bit slow and we enjoyed the time to watch the passersby from our cozy table by the window. A definate must when you visit Quebec.
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