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October 3, 2004
Breakfast portions are huge, and not unreasonable in terms of price - just make sure you get the hot chocolate. It's the best I've ever had! Almost everything is made in-house, from the jams (delicious) to all of the baked goods (sinful).
Lunch and dinner tend to be more crowded, and not as budget-friendly, but make sure to come back for some dessert. Their pies, especially the sugar pie, are outstanding. Quebec's finest!
From journal European Gem In Our Backyard
August 13, 2004
What brought us here was Sunday morning brunch. Al and I have had many lunches here over the years but never breakfast. We didn’t know what to expect, but the weather was beautiful and we were in the mood to eat outdoors.
We arrived at about 10am. We got the last table and soon there was a line of people waiting for a table. I am happy to say that our waitress never seemed anxious for us to finish our meal and continued to bring fresh coffee for as long as we wanted it. It was exactly the sort of leisurely breakfast you expect to have on Sunday.
I ordered the brunch plate. It was two eggs, a crepe, potatoes, bacon, sausage, fruit, toast, juice, coffee, tea or hot chocolate and a homemade donut. Everything was delicious, the scrambled eggs soft and buttery, the potatoes crispy and the coffee fresh and hot. Even the jam was exceptional, chunky, sweet and fruity.
Al had a three-cheese omelet, Gruyere, cheddar and goat. I didn’t taste it, since I had way too much yummy stuff on my own plate, but he assured me that it was delicious. The brunch plate is so big that Jen and Jason split one. Obviously, I can handle a meal big enough for two. I wish I could say that I didn’t eat another thing until supper, but we visited the farmers’ market and I couldn’t resist the fresh strawberries and a piece of maple sugar fudge.
From journal Quebec City--I can’t get enough
South Florida, Florida
November 14, 2000
From journal An Thanksgiving Getaway