Le Petit Coin Latin
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The nouvelle cuisine echoes the contemporary art hanging on the 180-year-old stone walls in this top-class restaurant. Imaginative...
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Lonely Planet review
For omelets, croissants, bowls of café au lait and other French-style breakfast items, this cheerful cafe just up from Rue St-Jean is a good choice, especially in summer when you can lounge on its sunny back patio. The menu also includes salads, soups and specialty items such as raclette (a Swiss dish of melted cheese, potatoes, ham, and pickles) and tourtière (a Québécois caribou meat pie served with berries, mashed potatoes and salad).