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Boefish - Sherbrooke1. Boefish - Sherbrooke
146 reviews
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Steak | Sherbrooke, Eastern Townships

All great steak amazing , staff great, manager involved, amazing place More

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Alessa Trattoria2. Alessa Trattoria
84 reviews
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Italian | Magog, Eastern Townships

l'arrivée du plat principal fut un peu lent, mais la pizza valait l'attente! More

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Restaurant Le Hatley - Manoir Hovey3. Restaurant Le Hatley - Manoir Hovey
78 reviews
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Regional Canadian (Quebec) | North Hatley, Eastern Townships

Very enjoyable on all fronts. Attention to detail. Many lovely artisanal and locally sourced food items. Delicious! More

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Bâton Rouge Steakhouse & Bar - Sherbrooke4. Bâton Rouge Steakhouse & Bar - Sherbrooke
100 reviews
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American | Sherbrooke, Eastern Townships

Very nice evening and great food!! Would recommend to all!! More

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Restaurant Taverne 18555. Restaurant Taverne 1855
36 reviews
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Bistro | Magog, Eastern Townships

Excellent, tres bon More

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Restaurant le Fourquet FourchetteRestaurant le Fourquet Fourchette
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Gastro Pub | Chambly, Eastern Townships

Fourquet Fourchette is a unique concept. The "fourquet" (known as mashing rake in English) is an instrument traditionally used by brewers to process water and malted grains in the mash tun in order to convert the starch into fermentable sugars to produce a fluid mass called wort. The "fourchette" is a fork. Combine the two and you have our logo, symbolizing the ideal marriage between gastronomy and a love of beer. That is the essence of our concept.More