Auberge Saint-Antoine will proudly participate in Food Day Canada, a chef-led national celebration showcasing national and local ingredients and to shine a light on the bounty of the country that contributes to authentic Canadian food. For the occasion, the chefs of Chez Muffy have created a special menu incorporating ingredients from the adjacent Canadian regions available at the restaurant from July 29th to August 1st.
Auberge Saint-Antoine’s four-diamond restaurant, Chez Muffy, takes pride in featuring local innovative cuisine boasting savoury flavours, and this weekend the exclusive menu will also highlight superb ingredients from neighbouring provinces. The three-course meal starts with wild bass from Nova Scotia, caviar from New Brunswick, and asparagus lettuce from the hotel’s garden on Île d’Orléans. This is followed by duckling breast, seared foie gras, duck egg, mixed green salad, cherries from Ontario and finally a freshly Ontario peach roasted with lavender infused honey espuma and ice cream.
Wild bass from Nova Scotia, caviar from New Brunswick, asparagus lettuce from the garden
Nova Scotia | Acadian Sturgeon and Caviar Inc., New Brunswick| La Ferme du Coteau,
Duckling breast, seared foie gras, duck egg, mixed green salad, cherries from Ontario
Served for 2 people
Le Canard Goulu, Saint-Apollinaire | À La Canne Blanche, Stukely | La Ferme du Coteau, Île d’Orléans | Ontario
Roasted Ontario peach, lavender infused honey espuma and ice cream, fresh peach
Ontario | Le miel de Nicolas, Québec
Where is Auberge Saint-Antoine?
Located in the heart of Québec City’s Old Port, Auberge Saint-Antoine is as an award-winning contemporary boutique hotel. Renowned for its warm, Québecois hospitality, the family-owned Auberge Saint-Antoine is a member of Relais & Châteaux. Built on a major archaeological site, Auberge Saint-Antoine displays hundreds of artefacts from the French and British colonial regimes, all unearthed during several years of archaeological excavation. The hotel’s four-diamond restaurant, Chez Muffy, is a family style farm-to-fork dining experience, with a menu featuring local innovative cuisine, and boasting savoury flavours. Quebec bistronomy is highlighted through local ingredients from the hotel’s farm on Île d’Orléans and from Quebec farms and suppliers, all with a focus on short food channels.(https://www.saint-antoine.com/)