It’s my Dad’s birthday and he wanted a proper multi-course French meal. My family went to Le Quartier Général at the suggestion of my friend Kathy. Our maître d’hôtel was very thorough with his explanations of the menu.
First course: Salad of the day, nice and fresh.
Second course: For appetizers, we tried caille ferme besnier (quail cooked two ways), fleur de courgette (fried zucchini and squash flowers), and tartare de boeuf
Third course: For our main courses, we had côte de veau de la plaine (veal chop), canard de carignan (duck breast with green pea purée), and omble de Gaspésie (Gaspé trout).
Fourth course: For desserts, we ordered the crumble aux pommes (more like deconstructed apple crumble with maple ice cream), and the ever classic crème brûlée.
Excellent service and food, I would highly recommend this restaurant!