Small joint with seating for 100 people...good beer and various plates with Quebecois foods...poutines- hot dogs- hot chicken etc...had the smoke meat plate...was ok 7 on 10...
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We used to be huge fans of Brynd across from the train station, but it is sadly gone. On a Sunday we were Jonesing for a decent smoked meat, but both Paul and the St Roch St Joseph are not open on Sunday. We decided...More
Ate here on a previous visit to Quebec City a few years ago and couldn't wait to return. Same funky decor, excellent service and excellent menu. Loved the fresh cut fries served with mayo as well as one of the best coleslaws, great pickle. The...More
Typical greasy spoon like restaurant with good smoke meat sandwiches and fries. Fun place as it's very informal type of place. Casual place with no bling bling. Food is good and prices are ok. Perfect for families with children.
This is a small restaurant that specializes in ribs and smoked meat sandwiches. The sandwiches make a visit to this restaurant worth the effort. The smoked beef is nicely spiced and generous proportions are provided. There are a number options provided, from lean to extra...More
Stumbled in one Saturday morning as a friend had recommended the place to us. We both had a traditional smoked meat sandwich. It was good but not the best i've had. Service was basic but appropriate for the establishment. The place is very homely and...More
What a delight in a small neighbourhood restaurant. In house smoked meats their specialty but much more available. French language knowledge will be helpful but don't let that stop you. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Delicious and a fun place for lunch. Try some...More
Well known for smoked meat but I found it a bit dry. Went twice in the same week, the second time I ordered the Smoke Meat sub but it wasn't a sub, it was served in a tortilla so it was more of a wrap....More
Visit them every year, and crave going back once I pay the check. Cozy and friendly staff. Easy menu and food comes out quickly. Share a slice of maple pie, even four ways, it is that rich and should not be missed. Have only been...More
This is a quaint little restaurant not too far from the Ferry. Prices are reasonable. My wife ordered a ham sandwich and we discussed this with the waitress to make sure she understood us as her English was not great. She said yes they had...More