Run entirely by owner/chef Jacques Legros and his spouse, Au goût d'autrefois is one of those rare finds that you must take advantage of if you happen to pass nearby. Located on the island of Île d'Orléans, about twenty minutes from downtown Québec City, Au goût d'autrefois (A Taste of Yesteryear) is a country table at which is served the fresh and unadulterated products of the farm itself, with a little help from ingredients obtained elsewhere on the island. All dishes are poultry-based, with the birds being raised in a harmonious and chemical-free environment that ensures no additives of any kind ever reach the plate. Suitable for groups, the evening menus vary according to the number of courses, some of which include the farm's own foie gras obtained by means of a unique unforced feeding technique. For anyone concerned about organic farming and the conditions under which animals and poultry are raised, a visit to Au goût d'autrefois will prove inspiring, as well as very tasty! Reservations are required and the restaurant accepts largish groups as well as couples.
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