Pot de Vin

October 2, 2017 -
Le coffre aux trésors d'Hôtel Château Laurier Québec

Inspired by the building itself, which served as the headquarters of the political party l’Union Nationale for several years, owners chose the name “Le Pot de vin” to a wink to Duplessis’ unorthodox methods he took to achieve his ends. On the menu, Le Pot de vin offers beautifully executed bistro cuisine inspired by the seasons and chef’s inspiration. When ordering, you may probably hesitate between mouth-watering dishes such as pan-fried scallops with saffron sauce and Amaretto, salmon with mashed beets or the Wagu tataki (Japanese beef) with ginger emulsion.