No trip is complete without at least one brunch, right? Cochon Dingue made that happen for us before heading out of Quebec City.
It was a very busy restaurant, but very cute and like a mix between rustic but with clean edges. If that makes sense. We were seated quickly, and I immediately placed a coffee order. Well, I placed a hot chocolate order - which is an option if you don't want coffee. Win.
The menu has your typical eggs, bacon, oatmeals, waffles ... but something I don't always see is "egg casseroles." The smoked salmon, asparagus and fleurmier cheese one caught my eye.
The egg casserole came with a side of seasoned hash browns and onions, toast with homemade jam and a "little treat," which was essentially a smoothie.
This meal was likely the best meal with eggs I've ever eaten. I just don't get excited about eggs, but you know what fixes that? Literally putting an entire hunk of melty cheese on top, layered with smoked salmon and a few fresh spears of asparagus for a little extra somethin-somethin.
SO much food, and it was all really, really good. And, I may be converted to an egg lover after this casserole.