We were walking around Vieux Quebec and were hungry and just wanted some soup/sandwiches and perhaps a treat and not a long, formal and heavy sit-down meal, where we would need a "dodo" (nap in French) after it. This place fit the bill. Located right on the Rue Sant-Paul, next to the Lapin qui Sautee, a small adorable candy shop on the cobblestone street. We were lured in by the advertisement on the front door for soup/sandwich and coffee for $9.95. The soup was yummy and a nice selection of sandwiches-choice of croissant or French bread-the coffee was just average (not that great French coffee you sometimes find in small coffee shops but fine) but the dessert selection was outstanding. So many choices for my 2 boys and husband. It was the highlight of our meal to choice from these vast selections of chocolates, cakes, macaroons, ice cream or sweet delicacies. We all tried something different and shared. One son had the chocolate and sprinkled-covered marshmallow pop, the other the largest chocolate mousse cake he could find in the store. I had a delicious piece of chocolate with peanut butter inside and my hubby tried a chocolate macaroon. The desserts were not cheap, but since we paid so little for the main meal, we splurged and enjoyed every bit of it. The waitress was very pleasant and patient with our order, and spoke both French and English to us, whatever we preferred, interchanging her language to smooth along communications for the ultimate satisfaction of a meal!
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