Le Saint-Amour, Quebec

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48 rue Ste-Ursule 418-694-0667

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    Le Saint-Amour: Always a winner

    by Pomerol Written Sep 13, 2007

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    When making a reservation, make sure you request a table in the greenhouse area. I have yet to be disappointed when I go to the Saint-Amour but prices go in accordance. For the discerning Epicurean, their wine list is a work of art. Just ask the sommellier Blaise for suggestions and he will always come up with something interesting within your price range. If you want that special meal while in Quebec, this is a very safe bet.

    Favorite Dish: Foie gras (homemade) for appetizer and rack of lamb.

    Related to:
    • Wine Tasting
    • Food and Dining
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    Le Saint-Amour: Le Saint-Amour

    by shrimp56 Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    This is a gourmet restaurant -- VERY pricey -- so fair warning! We ate in the [pictured] Winter Garden. There is a much more traditional dining room in the front of the building. The service was leisurely and very competent.

    Favorite Dish: Everything! Take a look at their website:)

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    by romashkowi Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The restaurant is in a beautiful old stone bulding in Old Quebec which is a bit off the main streets. The room we ate in is called the 'winter garden,' which apparently has a retractable roof for the summer months. Besides the great food and romantic setting, the next best thing about the restaurant was the waitstaff. They truly seemed to know everything about the menu (the various ingredients, where they come from, how the flavors work together), they made very helpful suggestions, and we found the ones we talked to be quite engaging people. Definitely on the pricey side, but if you feel like splurging, completely worth it.

    Favorite Dish: The caribou steak with marinated pears was very, very good. However, the ultimate was the dessert- what was called the 'Royal Gianduja' chocolate cake with a fine layer of sesamee seeds. The best chocolate dessert I have ever had.

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