Located in the heart of the tourist action in Quartier Petit Champlain, this rustically decorated restaurant serves some of the finest seafood in the ... More
Marie Clarisse (Le)
Located in the heart of the tourist action in Quartier Petit Champlain, this rustically decorated restaurant serves some of the finest seafood in the city. In the summer, the dining room opens out onto a breezy terrace, and creates one of the most relaxed and charming eating experiences in Old Quebec. Tables d'hôte start at CAD28, and feature dishes like swordfish and trout tartare with honeydew melon and yogurt, a leek chowder, and a huge variety of seafood and game main courses.
très belle maison ancienne
nourriture de très bonne qualité beaucoup de choix de poissons et fruits de mers
espadon et thon délicieux
service dans la norme
a recommander a tous mais attention produit frais prix en conséquence
At least they never answered emails we sent asking for reservation information. This was on two different occasions, two different servers.
Therefore, it's no use providing their email address since no one replies to prospective patrons' messages. Why don't they just specify on their website to phone ONLY? But they do not.
The food was so sparse and the quality so mediocre it was at worst insulting and at the same time laughable.
Who do they think they are?
I ordered Boulliabase.....it came as mostly soup ,which had a commercial flavour , there were about 5 mussels [not so easy to deal with in a soup], there was 1 small piece of salmon, 1 shrimp, and 1 small scallop.All this for around 35 CAD.
We got the first hint when the bread they put out on the table was stale, and we were the first people in the restaurant that night.
My partner's starter comprised 1 large scallop on some vegetables, for which he payed either 13 or 15 CAD.
We skipped desert fearing we wouldn't be able to spot it on the plate!
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