Haven’t been there in the last 40 years. Originally it was a great restaurant with barbecue chicken and other dishes. Found it pricey and not worth the money
1 - 10 of 127 reviews
I went with my Mother, Brother and Sister-in- Law for a lovely Pre-Christmas Brunch. The food and service were excellent. Lots of people for a Wednesday! Rustic and charming atmosphere and a nice little store to indulge some favorite French Canadian fare.
We were amazed to find this lovely restaurant still thriving after being in business for 72 years. When we were young skiers we used to drop in for a wonderful lunch! The food is still amazing . Tourtieres, baked beans with ham and maple syrup,...More
Driving on Route 117 if by any chance you become very hungry.... The best place to have a meal is at this old restaurant "Au Petit Poucet" . This restaurant will serve you an excellent Québécois meal. If you are on a diet....don't go there......More
What a wonderful lunch we had. We were four and ordered 4 different meals. Let me start by telling you that our hostess was the most friendly, efficient, gracious person we've ever encountered, her name is Marie-Michelle, she really made our day so much more...More
Welcoming and casual! We called in for lunch and sat up at one of the Barrel Tables. We enjoyed the Onion Soup Gratinee and the Torcheur ( meat pie) with mash, fries, beets and homemade fruit ketchup. Couldn’t resist sharing a Sugar Pie! Good beer...More
This place in renowned for it's smoked ham. It is realy delicious as everything you can have for a hearty breakfast.