Reviews on French food in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Sherbrooke (/ˈʃɜːrbrʊk/; Quebec French pronunciation [ʃɛʁbʁʊk]) is a city in southern Quebec, Canada. Sherbrooke is situated at the confluence of the Saint-François (St. Francis) and Magog rivers in the heart of the Estrie administrative region. Sherbrooke is also the name of a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality (TE) and census division (CD) of Quebec, coextensive with the city of Sherbrooke. With 161,323 residents at the 2016 census, Sherbrooke was the sixth largest city in the province of Quebec and the thirtieth largest in Canada. The Sherbrooke Census Metropolitan Area had 212,105 inhabitants, making it the fourth largest metropolitan area in Quebec and nineteenth largest in Canada.
Things to do in Sherbrooke
4 based on 182 reviews
We were 5 people on a business dinner. I asked for English menu on my reservation with English service. They respect my request and the waiter gave us English menu and provide to us a good service.Each service was very good, a lot of flavor. Macreuse de boeuf very tender, Marlin was very good but not enough for me I will had wish to get more because it was very good tasting. For the main course the Boudin was divine and tasty! My clients enjoy the place and they were satisfied.The restaurant was quiet on a Wednesday night.We were expecting to see Mister Chef Labrie at our Table at the end of the meal but it never happen.Too bad for us. The service & the flavour of the food is a amazing !
4 based on 296 reviews
Went with my wife and son on our trip to the Quebec Eastern Townships and Quebec City. This restaurant is in the older part of town close to downtown. The restaurant was deco with lots of beautiful paintings that all have prices next to them. We order two tasting menu and one duck breast. From the tasting menu, we have crab meat, ribs, veal, pork belly, pork cheek, duck egg, goat cheese and dessert. We love the duck breast too. Their platings were beautiful. We also have tasting of 3 different wine from France, Italy and Spain. The desserts were tasty.
4 based on 420 reviews
Visit from the states while staying in Sherbrooke. Had the Grand Tasting selection and for 39CAD a real bargain for the quality. Would have paid close to 70 in Montreal. Salmon, fish soup, sweat breads, and Rabbit are all excellent! Even provided an English menu! Will go back. I forgot that it is bring your own wine, saved my boss some money.
4 based on 408 reviews
Chef Danny St-Pierre built this restaurantâs reputation, left in 2015, was replaced by Olivier St-Arnaud, who left 2 years later for Mont-Tremblant. Although I had never tried this restaurant before, I was curious to see how the restaurant fares under leadership of new chef Julien Hamont (Marc-AndrÃ© Roy was the chef at lunch though).Before we start, and to be fair to the restaurant, my visit took place at lunch, during the Sherbrooke @ table promo week.Prompt and dynamic hostess, the welcome was very pleasant and set the table for the rest: I arrived around 13:00, so just after peak lunch rush which, because of the promo, was exceptionally busy. Still, all personnel encountered were smiling and courteous, they donât let you see them sweat, probably one the most professional service staff in Sherbrooke.The appetizer was a salade de courges: not bad, good flavours in there, the dishâs flavours were diminished by the cold of the fridge it was stored in. They prepare in advance to speed up service (I donât mind) to the detriment of the food as the flavours would have come through better had it been at room temperature for a while. Still, taste was there.Followed up by the tuna tataki, quinoa & kale, an all-star dish for both flavour and nutrition (hard to beat this combo nutrition wise). Again, tuna was a little harder than I expected because it goes from very cold to very hot in the kitchen process, this tends to harden the fish. Both the quinoa and the kale were well seasoned and I thoroughly enjoyed this dish. Texture wise, it would have been more interesting IMHO to toast the kale and oppose the crispiness to the quinoa & tunaâs mushiness. But again, taste all over this dish.Finished with a very pleasant chou a la creme, beautiful rendition, nothing stupid, plainly good.For $40 (no wine included), this was exceptional value on a very busy day and consequently merits a five star rating for service, ambiance & taste. Will visit again.
4 based on 89 reviews
French cuisine, Bistro style. Tartar and flank steak are specialities. Nice wine list. Privates rooms available for groups from 12 to 50 people in cocktail. Patio in summer. Kids menu 8$.
Genuine greetings as soon as we stepped in!The service was fast and very personalized to our needs and expectations. The luminous high-tech wine card was diversified and the wines were well displayed. The food ...humm beautifully presented and divinely good (especially the duck) and the price was reasonable too. The music wasn't agressive and the general ambiance was well balanced! I totally recommend it. Small, cozy and I saw a group as we came in and I guess it will be our next time there, a group!
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