As for the dinner, I ordered the Kamouraska lamb chops, with Cigares au Chou, mint and honey sauce. The lamb chops were melting in my mouth while the mintyness of the sauce enhanced its unique flavor. The Cigares au Chou which consists of stuffed cabbage leaves with a mixture of ground meat and rice were unexpectedly awesome! This dish is usually not the fanciest and never really appealed to me. But oh my my were those stuffed cabbage ever so juicy and perfectly balanced to add enough character to the dish! Miammm!!!! As for my friends, most of them were highly satisfied with their choices. The highlights of their dishes: the bacon from the scallop plate was so thick and massive that it would have wowed the guys from EpicMealTime, the seabass 'en croûte' was pleasantly crunchy on the outside while revealing a tender and flavorful meat inside enhanced by the smoked tomato dressing, the fried cheddar from the tomato and avocado salad brought salad to another level while the duck was just plainly phenomenal.
To satisfy our sweet tooth, we ordered THE fried Mars bar and the decadent homemade brownie, both are served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Let me say, those are suicide items for any diabetic patient and will cause a relapse for a sugar addict. That being said, the Mars bar was sinfully good. The caramel just melts into the chocolate and man! what a feeling it gives to the taste buds! But it definitely needs to be shared or a heart attack is guaranteed! No. Actually, the brownie is much worse! It is covered with chocolate syrup and hot marshmallow! Decadent, rich, overwhelming, this dessert would not fail a chocolate lover! Its high quality cocoa combined with its desired texture would justify this phrase: '9 persons out of 10 love chocolate, the tenth person is lying.' But again, a tea, a coffee or a glass of milk is highly recommended.