Open Hours: Lunch: Tu-F 11a-2p; Dinner: Tu-Su 5p-11p
A few steps away from the hubbub of St-Jean Street, this quiet restaurant serves great French cuisine. The 19th-century stone house is soberly ... More
A few steps away from the hubbub of St-Jean Street, this quiet restaurant serves great French cuisine. The 19th-century stone house is soberly decorated with paintings and potted plants, and is a great place to spend a relaxing evening while enjoying traditional French food. Le Patriarche's plate of deer, caribou, and buffalo is a guaranteed pleasure, whether you discover these meats for the first time or enjoy them regularly. The salmon filet with raspberry sauce is also excellent, as are the seafood and gratins.
We went there to celebrate our first year of wedding.
At first, i was not really convinced of my husband's choice. But I changed my mind at the instant I tasted the first meal. This lobster bisque was unforgettable!
Everything comes in trilogies… If you choose the scallop for a starter, you will receive 3 plates, 3 ways to eat it. Same thing for the principal meal and for dessert. Yes I ate 3 times too much, but the foie gras, the venison, the Quebec lamb… Believe me, it worth it! They served us a glass of wine, beautifully paired with each service.
It's not cheap, but it's worth the 3 hours of happiness and discovery you will have.
We already planned to return on next year.
This place is well worth leaving the beaten track of Rue St. Jean to enter into it's warm atmosphere and delight in the fine cuisine. I remember a dish of three wild meats (buffalo, elk, and venison) that was just delightful.
On my last night in Quebec I found another wonderful restaurant called Le Patriarche. It is located in an old house that still shows the stonework in the dining room and the stone arches between rooms. They also specialize in Canadian dishes. I started with an entr�e of small medallions of veal served with a maple syrup sauce, followed by a green salad with an main course of grilled caribou with an orange sauce made with Cointreau. However, the pi�ce de r�sistance was the chocolate dessert or rather three chocolate desserts; white chocolate cr�me brul�e, dark chocolate mousse and chocolate rum cake that were presented in small portions on a plate drizzled with raspberry coulis. This five-course meal was only about $26.00 USA. You could not ask for a better dinner and especially at that price.
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