This charming B&B is better known for its wonderful Belgian cuisine, complemented by an enormous selection of imported beer. Located near the junction ... More
This charming B&B is better known for its wonderful Belgian cuisine, complemented by an enormous selection of imported beer. Located near the junction of the Henri-IV and de la Capitale autoroutes, a few minutes west of Quebec City proper, the kitchen in this beautiful country home is especially noted for its unbeatable lunch specials. Start with warm goat's cheese soup or seafood mousse, choose from a selection of main courses (not surprisingly, mussels and fries with mayonnaise are the specialty,) enjoy a freshly-made dessert and coffee, and then be on your way at a price you won't believe. This is a real hidden gem.
We decided to go there because the picture on their website had a very large jacuzzi in "Bruxelles" room (as they named it). However we found much more than a jacuzzi. The place is recreating a "belgian-Quebec" style restaurant with owners living on the same place. We had a dinner with Mussels and Belgian beers described with passion by,Gilbert, the owner. His wife is doing the kitchen. We were not sure of the place because it is outside of "Old Quebec city" (10 minutes driving). However the owners explained the city bus to get there and avoiding paying parking. It really worth the price paid and I strongly suggest you the package that include the dinner and breakfast.
John and Mary