Recognized for its rustic atmosphere, the French-inspired bistro, previously located in the Montcalm district, is moving right by Porte St-Jean at the entrance to Old Quebec. Inspired by a more urban environment as well as by the history of the place, the new concept presents a cozy and modern atmosphere, marked by the presence of raw materials and a deep indigo color. The warmth and history of a distant past is preserved through the use, among other things, of exposed bricks, woodwork and golden metal. The black and white mosaic, Cochon Dingue restaurants’ signature, is also integrated bringing a “French Bistro” touch to a contemporary atmosphere.
In the center sits the majestic bar, that unveils also the dining room on the second floor to visitors.
The restaurant will have a street terrace that you’ll be able to enjoy on August 24th!