Mathurine, Jean Guyon’s wife, immigrated to Quebec in 1635. Her daily physical tasks around the farm didn’t allow many opportunities to display her creativity. However, in the kitchen she let shine her ingenuity when it came to concocting meals to feed her eight children… Using of course, local products.
In honour of Mathurine, you will find on our restaurant menu: homemade omelettes, household breads, croissants and jams, country-style soups, salads, rhubarb pie, pouding chômeur and more. We won’t have to look far to find the freshest ingredients to create our recipes, our greenhouses and gardens are filled with the highest-quality of fruits and vegetables available.