The cakes and waffles we had were good, but maybe a little much. After a xc ski trip, we could afford it, and they were nice enough to give us a bag with the leftovers.
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We drove from Knowlton, Quebec to eat in Magog for supper. Another tourist recommended this restaurant and since we saw very few places to eat on the main street, we sought out this one. It was a Bistro/Bar with seating inside and out and had a nice ambiance. Our waitress was friendly and attentive. I had the Chicken Alfredo and... More
My group of friends stopped in after dinner for some drinks, dessert and to listen to the live band. The atmosphere was great and very relaxing. The music was very good. The items we ordered were excellent as well as the service.
We stopped in for a late lunch and sat on the patio which was partially shaded. The wait staff were very pleasant and helpful despite our rusty French. The food was tasty with excellent bread. We would go there again.
Four (4) of us had a beautiful dinner on the terrace, with live entertainment provided by an excellent musical group. Each had something different to eat and everyone was delighted. Service was excellent: all personnel were efficient and enthousiastic about their service, with a good sense of humour to booth. Made our whole evening (4 hours) that much more enjoyable... More
The restaurant atmosphere is really enjoyable. At first when we enter, we thought we were only in a cafe and that we enter the wrong door. The dining room is at the back or you could go on the terrasse. The menu is simple,but very good. We took individual pizza, and they were both excellent.the only negative point is that... More
I forgot what its like to speak French. When we got to Magog which is a great spot on the lake, we came upon a main street that offered a diverse culinary atmosphere all in French. (which is ok because we were in the Quebec province). The locals spoke some English, the menus only in French. Our waitress was great,... More
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