We came to this restaurant as recommended by our hostess at our B&B ("Cosy B&B) who said the food was really good. We drove about 10-15 minutes from the town of Stanstead to get here. The drive was somewhat a challenge because our GPS took us onto gravel roads. But when we eventually got to the restaurant, we were pleasantly surprised to see that it was a nice little house transformed into an elegant restaurant. It didn't disappoint us at all.
We picked from the lunch menu and each had a different dish. I also tried their apple cider wine (it's famous in Quebec). There was also a piano in the dining room and at some point during our meal, one of the guests went up to the piano and started playing music for a couple sitting nearby because he found out it was their anniversary. [I don't think he was a host; he was a customer.]
The restaurant was located in a quiet little corner of a street really close to the US border. The waitress was very nice and she took care of all the tables on her own and was able to manage and didn't make us wait that long either.
The dessert was absolutely delicious. We had caramel brulé (the "grandmother" of creme brulé, a famous French dessert).
We had a nice dining experience. I would definitely go back.
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