The décor is simple but charming. The napkins and silverware are set in the middle of the tables in flowerpots. The breadbasket offers wheat and white baguettes, warm and crispy with lots of fresh butter.
I had penne with grilled asparagus, green onions and a creamy sauce. It was one of the best pastas I’ve ever eaten. Al had grilled steak with 5 spices. A very good choice. Jason and Jen shared a meal, surf and turf, skewered giant shrimp and steak kabobs. It is served with an oriental dipping sauce, rice and grilled vegetables. Al gets grilled potatoes instead of rice. It was a very good meal. Service was efficient and friendly.
We were too full to have dessert because the bread was so good we ate too much.
We only had one complaint; they don’t serve any local Quebec beer. I settled for a Corona but I could have that at home.
June 14, 2002
From journal Je me Souviens-Quebec City