At the end of a day spent outdoors enjoying fresh mountain air or after hours of driving along Route 389 to reach the Uapishka Station, surrender to the charms of comfort food and home cooking. Facing the quiet beauty of a breathtaking panorama afforded by the Manicouagan Crater Lake and Mount Babel rising in the distance, the only thing left for you to do is to indulge in the present moment, in the here and now.
The Bistro was named in tribute to the St-Onge family, originally from the Manicouagan River area. The members of this family, like their ancestors, travelled across the territory with the change of seasons, as they made their way in groups deep into the hinterland of Nitassinan for winter and travelled back to the St. Lawrence River for summer.
The bistro is open from January 20 to mid-April and from mid-June to mid-October. Please note that the three daily meals are automatically included when booking a room at the inn.
Are you staying in a cabin and would like a break from cooking? No problem! Reserve in advance and enjoy a meal from our menu!
** Please inform us of any food allergies or intolerances. **
Please note: You may bring alcohol to your room at the inn; however, you cannot consume it at the bistro or in the common areas of the inn.
Bistro St-Onge offers the following:
American breakfast: from 7 to 8:30 a.m.
Lunch: Boxed lunch only
Three-course table d’hôte dinner: 6:30 p.m
New! Wine and a variety of microbrewery beers
The North Shore of Quebec is home to a wide range of products featuring terroir gourmet specialties and local craftsmanship. The Uapishka Station is proud to showcase the impressive work of talented local craftspeople, such as