Le Lapin Sauté
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Le Lapin Sauté information
Naturally, lapin (rabbit) plays a starring role at this cozy, rustic restaurant near the foot of the funicular, in dishes like rabbit cassoulet or rabbit poutine. Other enticements include salads, French onion soup, charcuterie platters and an excellent value lunch menu (from $15). In good weather, sit on the flowery patio overlooking tiny Félix Leclerc park.
All of the rabbit served here is raised without hormones or antibiotics on a farm in nearby Beauce.