Fourquet Fourchette: $15 for $30 Worth of Locally Sourced Quebecois Fare and Drinks (Save 50% Off)

Today’s Groupon Montreal Deal of the Day: $15 for $30 Worth of Locally Sourced Quebecois Fare and Drinks at Fourquet Fourchette

Buy now for only $15
Value $30
Discount 50%
You Save $15

This is a limited 1-day only sale that will expire at midnight (Thursday, April 14, 2011). Click here to buy now or for more information about the deal. Quantities are limited so don’t miss out!

Quebecois recipes
Most ingredients locally sourced
Local beer, wines and ciders
Award-winning chef
Remember: Groupon customers tip on the full amount of the pre-discounted bill (and tip generously). That’s why we are the coolest customers out there

The Fine Print
Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
Limit 1 per table
Limit 1 per visit
Reservation required; call (514) 789-6370 (Montreal) or (450) 447-6370 (Chambly) for reservation and mention your Groupon
Dine-in only; Valid toward alcohol
Not valid toward boutique purchases
Expires 15 october 2011

The Company
Fourquet Fourchette
265 Saint-Antoine St. West Montreal, QC
(514) 789-6370
1887 De Bourgogne Avenue Chambly, QC
(450) 447-6370

At Fourquet Fourchette, award-winning chef François Pellerin marries the cuisine of New France and the First Nations of Quebec to traditional Quebecoise ingredients. Keep mouths nimble for snowflake nabbing with entrees such as the venison potpie, a fragrant, hearty stew garnished with cedar jelly, or guinea fowl from Sabinoise Farm, regally dressed in a cape of seared foie gras and oyster mushrooms (lunch table d’hôte $12–$18, dinner table d’hôte $20–$30). Deriving its name from tools of the brewery and culinary trades, Fourquet Fourchette infuses many of its recipes with wort—a brewing byproduct—from the local Unibroue brewery. Complementing these zesty preparations, a brawny selection of Unibroue beers, French and Canadian wines, and local ciders are on deck to wash down meals or toast the talents of live music acts on weekends and nightly during the summer months.

The Chambly location perches on the shores of the Richelieu River, its bay windows offering an eye-entrancing view of the Basin and Fort of Chambly. The Montreal location, meanwhile, extends a spacious sidewalk terrace where diners can inspire the envy of low flying traffic helicopters.

Fourquet Fourchette was reviewed by Hour and Tourism Montreal. It also has a 3.5-star average from MonAvis users, an average of four owl eyes from TripAdvisors, and a four-star average from five Yelpers.

Click here to buy now or for more information about the deal. Don’t miss out!