Lonely Planet review
This cozy, rustically set restaurant brings a breath of the French countryside into the Old Town. Naturally lapin (rabbit) plays a starring role on the menu, in dishes like rabbit cassoulet and rabbit pie, but you can also opt for marinated salmon cooked on cedar, filet mignon, or lighter fare like French onion soup or a pear, cranberry and artisanal cheese turnover. For romantics there’s also the ‘picnic for two’, a smorgasbord of rabbit pâté, smoked salmon, apple-beet salad, roasted garlic, herbed focaccia, crostini with tapenade and local cheese, and carrot-onion confit. In good weather, you can sit on the flowery patio overlooking tiny Félix Leclerc park.