The Chef at Manoir Hovey Creates 150th Canada Anniversary Menu from provinces.
To carry on the Canada Anniversary 150 theme, the hotel has an authentic tepee in their garden. It is where you can have a reception, cocktails or after dinner drinks.
Several of the hotels in Canada are bringing out their best dishes. And if you are looking for a destination wedding spot, it is a good time to check it out. As the chefs are having a great time planning menus for their guests.
At the Manoir Hovey in Quebec, the menus are bursting with the pleasures of nature and creative cuisine straight from the garden. And it is especially relevant to what the hotel suggests to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday during the month of July.
Far from the stress of city living, Francis Wolf, the executive chef of Le Hatley restaurant has developed an eight-course tasting menu for evening dining during the month of July.
The 150th Canada Anniversary 8-course menu in the Le Hatley Restaurant.
You will be able to taste the parade of products from the chosen provinces across Canada. And also the wine selections from the top wine regions in Niagara, ON, Osoyoos, BC and Québec.
The wines complete the experience, and at the same time honor the producers who work hard to enhance their culinary heritage.
Here are samples of the menu items that you can check out for ideas.
• Oysters and caviar from British Columbia.
• Lobster and wild products from the Maritimes.
• Walleye fish from Ontario.
• And from Québec – goat calf, venison, cattail hearts, sea arugula, foie gras, and sea asparagus. And for desserts, birch syrup ice cream and wild raspberries sorbet.
You can book summer packages and restaurant reservations in the Terrace and Tap Room for lunch. And in the Le Hatley Restaurant for evening.
For more information, please visit www.manoirhovey.com  or by phone 819-842-2421.