Champlain Charest and Monique Nadeau, the owners of Le Bistro à Champlain in St. Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson, Quebec, have been awarded the Coup de chapeau prize by the Quebec Association of Restaurant Owners.
Rated the best country restaurant in the Charlevoix (by Tables et Relais du Terroir), Les Saveurs Oubliées features fresh lamb and quality local food products.
Enjoy local dishes served on terracotta plates in a friendly atmosphere.
Chef Régis Hervé, recipient of the Renaud-Cyr award in 2007, creates dishes that judiciously blend French cuisine with the traditions and products of the Charlevoix region.
The adjacent boutique offers local food products such as lobster oil, country-style jams, original jellies, old-time ketchups, sausages and cold cuts, etc.
The dishes and foods of Les Saveurs Oubliées have won high praise from the Guide Restos VOIR (June 26, 2008), Philippe Mollé (Le Devoir, August 6, 2004), Litty Mathew (Travel + Leisure, July 2004) Marie-Josée Taillefer and Denis Gagné (Radio-Canada/L’épicerie, July 29 2003). Take their advice! Don’t forget to bring your wine and, in the summer months, to reserve in advance.
Les Saveurs Oubliées 350 rang Saint-Godefroy (Road 362)
Les Éboulements, Quebec G0A 2M0
The Sultan’s Tent, brings Morocco to Calgary, with its North African décor, cuisine and music. More than a restaurant, it is a journey to Morocco and a joy for the senses!
Dishes are prepared by chef Houssine Ismaili according to Moroccan culinary traditions, and are served Moroccan style.
Guests are encouraged to eat with their fingers as they taste delicious couscous, briqs, tajines and other specialities (for those not used to this custom, knives and forks will be provided upon request).
Choose from à la carte dishes or try the five-course menu for $51.
Dinner 5pm to 11pm Mondays to Saturdays and lunch Wednesday and Friday 11am to 5 pm. The restaurant can accommodate intimate seatings and groups up to 12’s and 20’s.