I’ve never been to Quebec City before, but I know my food and travel to eat and did my research before dining out. Unfortunately our one night for dinner was a spectacularly average experience. Clocher is in a lively neighborhood, and a nice old building, has lots of local organic suppliers and a high rating on the local TripAdvisor. Often if I don’t like a place I won’t write a review but in the event of highly rated local places with all rave reviews, and top 25 ratings I will. There’s not much to say here. The products seem to be legit and seasonal but the cooking uninspiring. Lobster bisque served on a plate not bowl. Hot olives as an apéro. Expensive wine list. Over cooked Saint Edward’s île steak. Agnolotti pasta with dry pork filling. Everything seems to have the same watercress garnish. I’m not sure who’s cooking in the kitchen or maybe just Quebec is behind the rest of the world in cooking but I wouldn’t go back and my first and only restaurant experience here was just.. meh.
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