The route passes by small fishermen villages, charming and serene, where you’ll find lots of food stands serving sea fruits, hamburgers and excellent poutine - a typical Canadian dish made from french fries topped with brown gravy and cheese curds (a real delicacy). You can order a plate and sit by the promenade, or catch one of the many picnic tables by the beaches.
Café De Monde - We had a great meal in this lovely bistro by the harbor. It’s a very decorative place, which offers a French menu with tempting Entrées and delicious main plates. It has a Parisian ambiance and the prices aren’t high. The waiters were very pleasant, and they sang the theme from “The Love Boat” every time a ship was leaving the harbor… I can warmly recommend this place.