Very nice art gallery and gift shop. We stopped for dinner and I had the broiled turbot. It was cooked well and presented well. Definitely worth a return visit. Save room for their bread pudding!
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We visited this restaurant for its brunch with our three kids. The food was good, portions were ok but I think that they could make them a bit bigger. Our kids were given coloring books and crayons which was welcome because there is no space...More
Lovely restaurant with excellent food & service. We had lunch there. Also a delight to see the sculptures at the entrance and literally on the sea shore. A good shop and a chance to see the many paintings o display
Just stopped in for a latte and enjoyed the view of the St Lawrence and was temped with sugar pie. The best foam on a latte served in a bowl, perfect as was the sugar pie so good that we scraped the plate for every...More
General: This one of a kind business is unique in many ways. Started by Marcel Gagnon, a well known french Canadian artist, the location grew from a gallery, to a souvenir shop, a restaurant and now a B&B. Located in picturesque Ste. Flavie, a small...More
We stopped here for breakfast on the way out of town. Wish we had eaten here the night before also. It is right on the St. Lawrence. The art galleries are fun to walk through and the figures leading to the water are spooky, neat....More
We drove Quebec city to Gaspé in August 2012 and stopped at this little gem for lunch. Right on the water with it's many interesting statues, it was a great place to stop. The food was fresh and delicious. The service was warm and quick....More
One of the best dinners we had on our trip to Quebec! And the location, views, service, and atmosphere can't be beat. Highly recommend it!!
Another great place to go see, there are cement people and animals that Mr. Gagnon made all over. The shop/restaurant/home are gorgeous - beautiful stone work/cement work. Great food at the restaurant and wonderful view