Beatrix Potter eat your heart out

The Old City of Quebec is by far one of my favorite cities to explore and is where we spent the majority of our visit.

What we found most interesting were how restaurants each attempted to make their establishment more enticing than the next. This one in particular stood out to us!

Beatrice Potter eat your heart out

Instantly it reminded me of the mischievousness Peter Rabbit and his brothers attempting to sneak into Mr McGregor’s garden. Or maybe that’s just my years of Speech and Drama coming out, lol!

With the obvious rabbit being the predominant ingredient in most of the dishes on the menu, half my family “declined gracefully” to have lunch there. Who am I kidding, the children shrieked with disgust at the prospect of eating rabbit!

Not to worry, we discovered another quaint old restaurant closer to our hotel, enjoying the most magnificent late lunch. The building was so old even I felt the need to duck when walking through its doorways.

Oh to have a meal like that again… “mum, how much longer?”

12 thoughts on “Beatrix Potter eat your heart out

  1. Did you find my very favourite silk scarf place in Old Quebec? Soierie Huo on Rue de Petit Champlain. Bought 2 scarves there along with matching scarf clips maybe 5 or 6 years ago. I was with Terri Godfrey. I wear those scarves all the time and get many compliments.

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    • Sadly it’s one of those things if I don’t know I’m eating it, I’ll quite enjoy it, like bull testicles, but as soon as I know, all bets are off and my mind creates images I’d rather not see, lol! 🙂

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