8 beers on tap - although none really standing out of the pack. Service was a bit slow (had to go find the waiter to pay after sitting with an empty beer for 20 min). I thought the food was good.
cargo150 (28) Quebec City, Quebec | December 20, 2013| Updated February 27, 2014
Bel endroit avec beaucoup de place. L’ambiance est bien mais un peu trop de bruit. Bonne sélection de bière, mais les bières sont assez ordinaire. La nourriture est bonne. Je trouve que cet endroit est un peu sous-évalué par les autres. Pour moi, gagne des points pour l’ambiance mais perd des points pour la qualité des bières!
Visited on August 9th 2012 around 5:30 PM.
When we came in we were asked if we were there to drink beer or to eat. We answered both. We were then told that we will have to be out of there by 8:00PM. Not very impressed.
The pub/restaurant looks like a big sports bar with TVs everywhere. Very noisy ambiance. Service was fair but we felt that we were not the typical restaurant customer when we asked to take our time and wanted to taste many beers before we eat. But the waitress got along with our needs very kindly. We had about 8 beers to choose from and the three I took were from fair to very good especially the pilsner. Food was fairly good. I’d say beside the very noisy ambiance it is a fairly acceptable establishment. If you ever been to La Cage aux Sports, it is close to that except that the beer is much better.
On a l’impression d’être dans une cabane au Canada avec les panaches et tout (SteFoy). C’est chaleureux mais manque un peut de fini...manque la police montée... Sinon, le service et les plats sont très bons.
Nice deco Canadian chalet style the terrace is huge and cosy.The interior is vast and clean. Everything is wood there. The beer are ok but made to please the crowd not the beer connoisseur. The food selection is fair. My burger was too cook my girlfriend pizza was better.
I wouldn’t recommend a trip there by itself but the place is so easy of access worth the stop if on your way to elsewhere like I was that day
Visited May 13th. A beautifuly decorated brewpub with great ambiance. The restaurant part serves very good food but it is also very pricey. The beer is fresh and decent. It’s not a beer aficionado kind of place, but if you want to have a 50$ good time, it’s a good place.
Établissement visité le vendredi 27 avril vers 11h30. Ambiance: On à l’impression d’entrer dans un gros chalet (Mur de pierre, présence de grosse poutre et de panache au plafond). Plein de télévision branchée sur RDS et musique rock en sourdine. Service: On m’a expliqué le menu du jour ainsi que le choix des bières maisons. Sélection: Tout ce qui a de plus classique... blonde, blanche, rousse et noire. Nourriture: Menu une coche au dessus des menus de type pub. J’ai pris un plat du jour. En entrée, il avait une salade de verdure et de saucisses. Le plat principal était de succulents cannelonis aux crabes des neige et le dessert était un gros carré aux dattes. (43e rating d’établissement).
Very big and flashy, and last night was Oktoberfest in full regalia, lederhosen et al...! Beer was from marginal to decent. The food menu is, however, the saving grace of this place (they maybe changed the chef too...;)). Had the Pizza Suisse, with swiss cheese, viande des grisons, and wild mushroom...excellent. Very friendly...and pretty...staff (hey, I have a weakness for QC City ladies).
A very stylish log-cabin brewpub - this is supposed to be in a ski district - well that is hard to tell in the scorching summer heat. A mainstream brewpub living off the hype of homebrewed beer - the 5 beers they had on were average. Staff friendly, but knew little of the beers.