Danny St. Pierre is one of the new generation of Quebec chefs who are poised to take all of Canada by storm. They are celebrating their French roots with passion and style and extraordinarily good taste. Last year he personally hit the road, traveling to other pockets of French culinary excellence across the nation to film a television series that is being aired currently.
Their mission? To provide a refined and relaxed atmosphere where diners can enjoy high quality cuisine. Auguste’s website includes a detailed list of their suppliers, as well as their extensive wine list. Named for Auguste Escoffier, the patron saint of French culinary tradition, Auguste has been profiled by Chatelaine, The Montreal Gazette, and featured on CBC Television as part of “Let’s Eat in Quebec”.
Poutine inversée (6) 6
Platter of 8 amuse bouches 14
Cabbage and sweet corn soup with Théberges double smoked bacon
Courgettes slaw with green garlic yogurt and mint
Heirloom greens with lemon vinaigrette and pumpkin seeds
Warm beef tongue salad, dijonnaise endives and beet pickles
Cast iron sauted whelks, cold potato cream, pommegrenate red bell peppers +3
Raddichio and fresh chorizo, poached egg, red wine shallots +3
VSC beef or bobines trout tratare, chips and roquette +5
Pork confit raviolli, corn and bacon ragout, sharp cheddar and lovage 24
Wild mushroom risotto laced with baby spinach, sauted bay scalops 40
Pan seared milk fed calf’s liver, green beans and fondant potatoes 29
Crispy black pudding, mashed potatoes, braised red cabbage and flanc 31
Haddoc without chips, cucumber, radishes and rock shrimp, tartare sauce 34
Bobines trout filet meunière, mussels, steemed swiss chard 32
Thick cut flat iron VSC beef steak, strawberry ketchup, polenta fries 38
Leg of Stanstead rabit with spiciy cocoa broth, bean purée and roasted beets 36
Tartelette of strawberrys and white chocolate parfait
Pavlova with, berry curd, fresh fruit and whipped cream
«butter scotch» crème brulée
Maple pudding chômeur with Coaticook ice cream
Hazelnut and chocolate torte, caramel au beurre salé
Auguste is one of about 250 restaurants that celebrate Food Day across Canada. Contact them at the number below to reserve a table.
Auguste est l’un des 250 restaurants à travers tout le Canada qui participent au Journée des terroirs. Contactez Auguste directement, au numéro ci-dessous, afin de faire votre réservation.
82 Wellington Nord,
Sherbrooke, PQ, J1H 5B8
T: 819 565 9559